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Watercolor painting reads, "Breaking cycles of harm to create liberated community"

Debbie Chang, president and CEO of the Foundation, writes about how innovative strategies at both the national and local levels can help prevent domestic violence and create safer communities.

Headshot of Jhumpa Bhattacharya the co-founder of Maven Collaborative

Learn how The Maven Collaborative is working to create gender and racial equity via research, advocacy, and narrative change.

A view of the All In For Kids roundtable conference room
Martin Ricard

Reflections on recent funding opportunities, policy successes, and innovations that address and prevent childhood trauma in California.

A portrait of poet Natalie Patterson

Natalie Patterson, a poet and leader with BEAM (Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective), talks with Blue Shield of California Foundation about her work.

Equity in Multisector Collaboration Toolkit publication cover
By: Blue Shield of California Foundation and Cristobal Consulting

Blue Shield of California Foundation led a workshop for health funders at the 2023 Grantmakers In Health (GIH) annual conference held in Minneapolis.

Portrait of Bernadette Choudhary

Care work is skilled work that should be compensated. Care work allows all other forms of work to take place. Care work is vital to our economy.

Portrait of RocQuel Johnson

The Equity in Multisector Collaboration toolkit is a comprehensive resource to deepen equity for collaborations. It focuses on five equity capabilities and includes an assessment for collaboratives to understand where they are in their equity journey.

A staff member high-fives students on the yard of The Primary School in the San Francisco Bay Area
Martin Ricard

What some child- and family-serving organizations in California — members of a collaborative called All In For Kids — are learning about ways to prevent domestic violence and other childhood trauma.

Portrait of Margaret Tobias Grier

Margaret Tobias Grier shares a story about a recent convening of 26 grantee partners to talk about the systems change work each organization is advancing, the wins, and the challenges.

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