One in ten Californians is undocumented, and the hardships wrought by coronavirus are magnified for this already vulnerable population.
As the world shelters in place, the hard reality for many is that they may be facing increased risk of violence and trauma when home is not necessarily a safe place to be.
On November 14, we were thrilled to host the first annual Pacific Foundation Services community gathering, marking the season with a new fall tradition offering our amazing client community the chance to connect, learn, and celebrate our partnerships in philanthropy.
In solidarity with the global philanthropic community, Pacific Foundation Services client foundations are mobilizing to support response efforts to combat the mounting impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic
As we know, the coronavirus pandemic has made access to basic necessities that much more precarious and vital. And as Maslow taught us, food is a foundational need, one of the core physical requirements for human survival.