Categorized as: About us, Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Job Creation, Latin America, Leadership, Middle East, Our Partners, Pacific Islands, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Storytelling, U.S., Youth on December 26, 2020.
Anseye Pou Ayiti (Teach for Haiti),
Tomorrow’s Youth Organization,
Tujenge Africa Foundation,
Editor’s Note: It goes without saying that 2020 has been a heck of a ride. Luckily, we are nearing the end of this disastrous year, with a light on the horizon. Here is a round-up of how our partners are ending the year and looking on to the next! Happy holidays...Read more
Categorized as: Africa, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Job Creation, Leadership, Our Partners, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Storytelling, Youth on November 28, 2020.
One of Resonate’s virtual training programs from earlier this year. Editor’s Note: Skees Family Foundation has been working with Resonate for several years, and we are continuously inspired by their passion, dedication, and resilience. For those of you who don’t know...Read more
Categorized as: About us, Grantmaking strategy, Job Creation, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Storytelling on September 26, 2020.
Editor’s Note: Over the past few months, Brienne has been working diligently with Cole Bregman, an intern from the Nueva School, to put together some videos highlighting our impact methodology. Watch to learn how we grant, how we invest, and how we assist our...Read more
Categorized as: Education, Leadership, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Storytelling, U.S. on June 13, 2020.
Editor’s Note: As Dr. Phillip Goff shared, we are ‘buckling in’ and need you to join us at all levels to end police violence and mass incarceration, but also to eradicate implicit bias and systems that uphold white supremacy and uplift and value Black lives. To...Read more
Categorized as: Education, Leadership, Stories, Storytelling on June 6, 2020.
Editor’s Note: The following article was published in Good Black News, a site created by Lori Lakin Hutcherson when she realized that there were no sites available to publish the positive things black people do. We at SFF have decided to step back from our...Read more