Philanthropy and impact investing are critical sources of innovation capital that our communities need to realize the future we all want. ReWork the Bay offers a political home for funders who are interested in exploring more person-centered, equitable approaches to advancing racial and economic equity in the Bay Area. Click here to learn more about funder membership in ReWork the Bay.
One of ReWork’s most popular funder programs is our Racial Capitalism Funder Community of Practice, in partnership with Liberation in a Generation. Our current cohort ends in June. For more information on future offerings, contact Rob Hope.
Not ready to join ReWork the Bay yet? Sign up for email updates here to track our work, and check out the resources below for news, reports, toolkits and more about how funders are changing their strategies and practices to democratize capital and advance economic justice.
The New Economy Will Be Built by Movements
Philanthropy’s Techno-Solutionism Problem
Re-Imagining a Bay Area Workforce Grounded in Racial ...
A nationwide uprising demanding an end to police brutality and killing of Black people is […]
Bay Area Undocumented Cash Relief Network
Undocumented immigrants are being disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and are ineligible for most […]