The Rosenberg Foundation
Established in 1935 at the bequest of Max L. Rosenberg, the Foundation believes that every person in California must have fair and equitable opportunities to participate fully in the state’s economic, social, and political life. Through its sole program area, Economic Inclusion and Human Rights, the Foundation works to equip California’s marginalized communities with the tools and opportunities they need not only to beat the odds, but also change them. The Foundation supports policy reform to advance solutions to California’s toughest challenges in the following priority areas: justice and public safety, immigrant rights and integration, and civil rights and civic participation. The Foundation also awards grants to programs and projects that impact litigation, invest in emerging leaders, and support effective philanthropy and nonprofit advocacy. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals. Instructions on how to submit a letter of inquiry and additional information can be found on the Web site.
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