To Your Health

Philanthropy’s ‘Jerry Maguire’ May Just Change the Game

Lateefah Simon is on a roll. An eloquent and rapid speaker, she expounds on how philanthropy needs to change, how funders need to have closer ties to grassroots organizations and collaborate more with each other, and how hard she is working to forge those alliances at this inflection point in the fight against racism. Simon may be the president of Akonadi Foundation, with millions of philanthropic dollars at her disposal. But she retains the passion of the former community organizer who, while still a teenager, found her calling as an advocate for Bay Area youth most harmed by racism and [...more...]

Because Nobody Should Have to Choose Between Feeding Themselves or Their Pet Shanti Project

Sandra beat breast cancer several years ago, yet continues to struggle with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Luckily, to […more…]

Todo Por Mi Familia Offers Families More Than Mental Health Services, it Provides Them Everything Seneca

In March 2020, the U.S. government awarded Seneca Family of Agencies an important contract to coordinate mental health services for […more…]

Letting the Body Come to Life Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness

Medicine often starts with a story. And the story Dr. Monique LeSarre tells about health and San Francisco’s African-American community […more…]