Thank you and farewell! I’m excited to tell you that I’m moving forward to a new organization. Starting April, 2016 you can reach me at the National Center for Youth Law, where I will be the Director of Finance and Operations.
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Are you ready to empower a new generation of environmental and community activists like our New Voices Fellows? Your donation has the power to help young people become the leaders of tomorrow, representing vulnerable communities most impacted by pollution and climate change.
In 2015 we were able to do a lot of work on behalf of communities and the environment. Thank you for standing with us this year and helping us accomplish so many of our goals!
Your donation to the Grassroots Fund supports organizations like Sierra Harvest, which serves about 6,500 K-8 school children each year. Give today to help activists achieve real wins for California communities and the environment.
Donate to Rose Foundation for #GivingTuesday and help us empower community voices and build the grassroots base of a new environmental movement.
Pa, our 2015-2016 New Voices Are Rising Fellow, needs your help to protect his community from the effects of pollution and climate change. Donate today to support Pa and our New Voices Are Rising youth leaders in advocating for a healthier, cleaner Oakland.
Consumer Financial Education Fund grantee VeteransPlus recently presented Rose Foundation with a 2015 F.I.S.H. Award. The award recognizes Rose Foundation’s support of financial literacy among the military and Veteran population.
Join New Voices Saturday November 21st To Restore The Mokelumne River November 21, 2015 | Mokelumne Hill
In the East Bay, our clean, pure water depends on the health of the Mokelumne River and its watershed. Join New Voices Are Rising in restoring the Mokelumne River following last summer’s Butte Fire.
Meet Tracy Boyd, Rose Foundation’s newest volunteer, and learn how you can get involved in our April 30, 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour at the Historic Sweet’s Ballroom!
This September the Northern California Environmental Grassroots Fund visited grantees located in the Sierra Foothills. The day was an opportunity to learn about the Grassroots Fund’s impact, interact with inspiring grantee organizations, and see grantee work in action.