By Jason Lacsamana, St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund Looking back at the recent OC Grantmaker’s Summit, I continue to be inspired by the movement toward innovation, collaboration, justice, action, and equity that we see in our region. I had the
Advancing Health Equity and Racial Justice: Conversations and Case Studies from the Intersections Initiative “What if we were to ask ourselves not only ‘what did we do?’ in any given initiative or project, but more importantly, ‘what did we build?’?
As we honor Indigenous People’s Day, we begin with an important acknowledgement: We acknowledge and honor the fact that Orange County is located on the traditional and unceded lands and waters of the Acjachemen and Tongva Tribal Nations. Land acknowledgments
Approximately 955,000 immigrants live in OC, making up one-third of our county’s population. OC’s immigrant communities are deeply connected to our region, with 80% of OC’s foreign-born population having lived in the US for a decade or longer. Lawful permanent
Philanthropy’s Responsibility to the AANHPI Community – Guest Post, Vivian Long, Long Family Foundation
Guest Post: Vivian Long, Long Family Foundation
Cox Partners With OC Grantmakers to Present ‘Voices from the AANHPI Community in Orange County’ Video Series
News Release Media Contact: Charla Batey (949) 354-1787 firstname.lastname@example.org Cox Partners With OC Grantmakers to Present ‘Voices from the AANHPI Community in Orange County’ Video Series Series spotlights rich legacy of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities in