The grants will support a range of organizations increasing opportunity for the people of California, including those working to expand economic and political opportunity for Californians who are working but struggling with poverty.
Last week, Irvine’s Board of Directors approved $1 million in grants to support relief and rebuilding efforts for low-income and immigrant families impacted by the devasting Northern California wildfires.
As Irvine continues to transition our role with Linked Learning, we feel immense pride in the progress this field has made over the past decade, including in 2017. And we are excited about what’s to come.
In a new evaluation report, The Engagement Revolution: A Study of Strategic Organizational Transformation in 10 California Arts Nonprofits, the Slover Linett team documents progress and lessons generated by the initial cohort of New California Arts Fund grantee-partners over their first three years.