News & Features

New Voices Are Rising’s 2019 Summer Academy Is in Full Swing! And we're just getting started.

Summer Academy students joined organizers from the Local Clean Energy Alliance to protest a bailout for PG&E, given their liability for disastrous wildfires across the state – and their work was featured in the SF Chronicle!

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June E-News

Summer is here!

Check out what grantee Coastal Watershed Council is up to, and more.

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Consumer Financial Education Fund: 2018 Impact Report Serving America's Vulnerable and Underbanked People

Our latest report is available now! 

Serving America’s Vulnerable and Underbanked People: A Cy Pres Impact Report details the impacts of the Consumer Financial Education Fund’s most recent round of grantmaking in 2018. The report describes lessons learned from the fund’s grantmaking process, anticipated impacts of the grants awarded, and provides an overview of the communities served by grantees.

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Join New Voices in the Fight for Climate Justice – Donate Today! Help Us Raise $25,000 for the 2019 Summer Academy

New Voices is raising $25,000 by June 14th to power the 2019 Summer Climate Justice Leadership Academy. New Voices youth know we need to act now for climate justice. So don’t wait – donate to the crowdfund today!

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May E-News Celebrating Grassroots Heroes

Thanks to you, we doubled our challenge match and raised over $21,000 for grassroots groups working from the bottom up to protect nature, build climate resilience, and advance social justice.

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Congratulations to Chief Caleen Sisk and Denny Larson! 2019 Anthony Grassroots Prize Winners

Congratulations to our two Anthony Grassroots Prize Winners, Winnemem Wintu Tribal Chief Caleen Sisk, and environmental justice advocate Denny Larson.

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April 2019 E-News New Voices Strikes for Climate Justice

On March 15, 2019, New Voices joined thousands of youth in California and over a million worldwide in the Youth Climate Strike, a youth-led protest demanding legislative action against the looming threat of climate change.

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March E-News

The number of those affected by disasters is expected to grow in future years due to climate change, creating a long-term need for second responder organizations like our grantee, UpValley Family Centers.

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In Memoriam – Denny Larson

On March 6, 2019, we lost Denny Larson – a friend, a teacher, a Rose Foundation grantee and funder, and a tireless partner in helping fenceline communities across our shrinking planet to demand environmental justice.

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Anthony Grassroots Past Winner Spotlight Celebrating 2017 Winner Regina Chichizola

It takes a village to build a strong movement, but there is always one leader who goes above and beyond for their cause. One such person is our 2017 Anthony Grassroots Prize winner Regina Chichizola for her dedication to protecting the California watersheds.

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