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A behind-the-scenes look at our campaign to shift perceptions.

Sonya Young Adam, Lucia Corral Pena, and Sandra Henriquez pose together

Learn how Reimagine Lab’s leaders brought the program's results to life at the recent 2022 National Coalition Against Domestic Violence conference in St. Louis.

SPARC leader Shannon Riley and SPARC leader Lisa Quilan with her children

Shannon Riley and Lisa Quilan, leaders from Project SPARC, share their experiences reimagining CalWORKS.

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California’s city and county public health departments have been transforming themselves in the face of three connected crises.

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Why does a funder focused on health equity and domestic violence invest in power-building? And what does power-building mean? We asked the leaders of statewide efforts building power among...

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Julie Richter

After working for two years with multisector collaborations that take on domestic violence, Program Officer TC Duong shares what the Foundation is learning about the factors that influence their success. "These findings create a blueprint for prioritizing collaborations that are ready to make the biggest impact," he says.

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The Steps to Family Child Care Success program (STEPS) program is a 14-week technical assistance program where participants – who are all women – learn about child development, understand bookkeeping and taxes, expand digital literacy, and market themselves. Lina Mousa is utilizing this program to run her home child child care business serving Iraqi immigrants in the San Diego area.

Illustration by Mensen shows women and girls at various stages of life

Alliance for Girls is working to better understand the meaning of safety, working with young girls to uncover their true feelings to make them feel safe, protected, and equal.

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Program Manager Hilary Smith met with Time for Change Foundation’s Executive Director Vanessa Perez and Founder Kim Carter to discuss the power of community-level, two-generation practices in breaking the cycle of domestic violence.

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