Check out our latest blog about the water and land use integration report supported by Smart Growth California’s Community Foundation Water Initiative. Read More »Funders Move the Needle on Integrating Water and Land Use
Funders see working across issue areas as paramount to forwarding the solutions needed at this defining moment for California. Read More »At the 2019 Funder Summit, Intersectional Work is Everything
Tuesday’s election yielded a mix of results on several propositions that impact housing, transportation, and water. Read More »What Do Recent Election Results Mean for California Communities?
Spread the word on this tool to help small and low-income communities compete for funds. Read More »New Tool Helps Bridge Gap Between Communities and Public Funds
What funders should know about the ballot initiatives that could have a huge impact on California communities. Read More »Key California Ballot Initiatives in November
Concerns about the future of this massive source of funding for sustainable transportation are growing. Read More »Is the Future of SB 1 at Risk as Gas Tax Repeal Effort Moves Ahead?
Foundations are working collectively to advance sustainable water management in California regions. Read More »Community Foundations Are Local Change Agents for Water Sustainability
The housing package made important advances in strengthening planning and zoning so that cities can be better held accountable to creating new housing. Read More »Breaking Down California’s Newly-Passed Housing Legislation for Funders
Together, Measures M and A could prove transformative for Los Angeles. But this will only occur with a concerted effort to direct revenue from these initiatives to benefit communities that have historically lacked this type of public investment. Read More »Funders Help Set Los Angeles on a Path Toward Equitable Implementation
The California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act, also known as SB 5, could become the largest parks and natural resource bond in the state’s history. Read More »What the Parks and Water Bond Could Mean for California’s Communities