Rose Foundation provides sponsorship, development and management assistance to selected projects whose goals directly further the Foundation’s own mission. Here’s a list of projects that are currently enrolled in Rose’s fiscal sponsorship program.
Bay Area Environmental Health Collaborative works to reduce the cumulative impact of air pollution in Bay Area communities that are heavily burdened by or especially vulnerable to pollution exposure.
Blue Tomorrow Community Support Project provides solid science-based watershed and water quality analyses and technical support to local environmental organizations and community groups in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Current projects include studying the impacts of hydraulic fracturing and oil production operations in five coastal watersheds in Northern Ventura County; measuring erosion and associated impacts to water quality from an oil field located mostly within the Los Padres National Forest; and studying the accumulation of stormwater pollutants in mussels on the Northern Ventura County Coast.
California Business Alliance for a Clean Economy organizes and amplifies the voice of California businesses in support of clean energy solutions.
The Dellums Institute for Justice addresses global threats to health, the environment and security, including youth disenfranchisement and economic and climate injustices, by organizing non-traditional coalitions and developing the next generation of leaders. The Dellums Institute will raise political consciousness, educate people about the structural roots of racism and ongoing inequities, and mobilize young people to take political action at global, national, and local levels through the Youth Social Justice Leadership Institute, which will develop youth from different countries to become courageous and principled leaders for social and environmental justice.
Foundation Partnership for Corporate Responsibility
Foundation Partnership for Corporate Responsibility educates funder colleagues about harmonizing mission goals and investment management.
Investor Environmental Health Network is a collaboration of investors advised by NGOs responding to market and health risks associated with toxics in products.
The Community Alliance for Agroecology works alongside the most impacted communities of the San Joaquin Valley to address the environmental injustices perpetuated by the food and farming system and to create solutions that foster ecological balance, public health, and economic equality in the region.