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2022 News

Update from The Weingart Foundation December 2022

New Leadership Brings New Opportunities; 10 Ideas for Fixing Los Angeles; New Report Finds Significant High Levels of Burnout, Mental Health and Financial Challenges Amongst Staff in Immigrant Rights Movement

Read Our F.Y. 2022 Annual Report

We’re delighted to share with you our F.Y. 2022 annual report highlighting our partnership with frontline community leaders, funder colleagues, and cross-sector collaboratives in addressing structural racism throughout Southern California.

Update from The Weingart Foundation

Feedback from Our Grant Partners: 2021 Survey Findings & New: Read Program Officer Anthony Ng’s Perspective Piece “Rolling Back Progress: Why SCOTUS Decisions Matter”

2021 News

December 2021 News

Weingart Foundation Announces $8 Million in New Racial Justice Grants and Impact Investments

November 2021 News

Five Key Learnings from Listening to Frontline Organizations & People of Color on Boards: Beyond the Numbers

September 2021 News

The Weingart Foundation is proud to announce our first round of grants and impact investments for fiscal year 2022.

August 26, 2021 News

Ending Anti-Black Racism in LA: A New Report and Action Plan from the Committee for Greater L.A.

June 2021 News

Paying Nonprofits Fairly—Q&A with Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum, Black Equity Initiative of the Inland Empire—Nonprofit Spotlight and Investing in Latinx and Diverse Tech Entrepreneurs

April 2021 News

Message From Miguel A. Santana, President & C.E.O.: Reflection, Announcing the 2021 John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows, Los Angeles Must Commit to an Equitable Recovery and Private Equity Impact Investing for Supportive Housing

March 2021 News

Expanding Vaccinations in Impacted Communities of Color, Empowering Pacific Islander Communities – Nonprofit Spotlight & Staff Leadership

January 2021 News

Message from Fred Ali, President & C.E.O.: With Gratitude and Thoughts for the Future & Q&A with Two John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows

2020 News

November 2020 News

A Conversation with Fred Ali and Miguel A. Santana, the Weingart Foundation’s Incoming President and C.E.O.

October 2020 News

Applications Now Being Accepted for the 2021 John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows Program

September 11, 2020 News

Committee for Greater L.A.’s No Going Back Report Calls for Sweeping Systemic Change & Help Communities Access Federal Relief Dollars by Oct. 15, 2020

July 21, 2020 News

Message from Fred Ali, President & CEO: Announcing the Weingart Foundation’s F.Y. 2021 Program Plan

July 9, 2020 News

Standing Together for a Just and Inclusive California: An Open Letter from California Philanthropic Organizations

June 1, 2020 News

Fred Ali, President & CEO, and Joanna Jackson, Vice President, Programs: Silence is Betrayal

May 29, 2020 News

Time-Limited Opportunity for Paycheck Protection Program & CRF Application for Paycheck Protection Program

May 28, 2020 News

Unrestricted Operating Support Will Help Nonprofits Weather the COVID-19 Crisis

May 11, 2020 News

Committee for a Greater Los Angeles Will Inform COVID-19 Response and Recovery

February 2020 News

New Catalyst for Community Development Investing, The 2020 Census is Around the Corner & Q & A with Vera de Vera, Director of Leadership for Movements: “Beyond the Grant”

2019 News

August 2019 News

Protecting Immigrant Families – Final Public Charge Rule, Announcing the John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows & Upcoming Webinar

June 18, 2019 News

Weingart Foundation Tightens Criteria for Unrestricted Grants, Full Cost Funding: Foundations Have Yet to Move from Theory to Practice & Grantees Rate the Work of the Foundation

June 2019 News

Announcing Youth Organizing Capacity Building Initiative Grantees, Q&A with Joyce Ybarra, Director of Learning: The Case for Unrestricted Operating Support & Weingart Foundation Aligns Investments with Social Justice Mission

March 2019 News

Message from Joanna Jackson, Vice President, Grant Operations
Are Nonprofits Prepared for a Possible Recession?, Be Counted, California! & LA County Explores Indirect Cost Negotiations