Greetings Satterberg Foundation community, Beginning October 1, 2021, CC Gardner Gleser, Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives, will be taking a much deserved sabbatical until January 1, 2022. At Satterberg we value and understand the importance of supporting folks with sabbaticals, healing spaces and extended breaks from their day to day work so they can… Read More Satterberg Foundation Staff Transition
PART 1: WEDNESDAY. AUG 5 AT 2PM PST A panel of non-profit leaders discuss how they shifted from physical fundraising events to online events and virtual donor cultivation. PART 2: WEDNESDAY. AUG 19 AT 2PM PST Vu Le and Michelle Shireen Muri discuss evolving development practices to community-centered action the movement for Community Centric Fundraising.… Read More Satterberg Learning Lab Trilogy
Written by Washington Environmental Council CEO Alyssa Macy In my reflections and recent discussions about what is happening in the world around us, I have been referring to the “great pause” triggered by COVID-19 – the slowdown of the planet in the face of the pandemic. This has been a time of struggle, loss, and… Read More The Journey Ahead: Washington Environmental Council on COVID-19, Race, Environmentalism, and the Role of Historically White-led Nonprofit Organizations
The Satterberg Foundation is excited to announce that C’Ardiss “CC” Gardner Gleser has agreed to serve as the foundation’s first Director of Programs and Strategic Initiatives as of September 1, 2019. The Director of Programs & Strategic Initiatives will provide leadership and oversee the implementation of the foundation’s overall grantmaking strategy. CC joined the Satterberg Foundation in 2016 as… Read More C’Ardiss “CC” Gardner Gleser as Satterberg’s first Director of Programs & Strategic Initiatives!
The Satterberg Foundation is thrilled to announce its latest group of Core Support grantees. These Washington state based organizations will each receive $100,000 per year for 5 years for a total grant of $500,000. We are excited to partner with you all! African Community Housing & DevelopmentSeattle, WA Our mission is to provide opportunities for… Read More 2019 Washington Core Support Grant Recipients!
The Satterberg Foundation is thrilled to announce its latest group of Core Support grantees. These California-based organizations will each receive $500,000 of general operating support over 5 years. We are excited to partner with you all! Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA)Salinas, CA ALBA’s mission is to create economic opportunity for limited-resource and aspiring organic… Read More 2019 California Core Support Grant Recipients!
As of January 30, 2019, the deadline for Washington-based organizations to submit a Core Support LOI has passed. Thank you to all who sent in proposals, and we will be in touch with you in May as we move through our review process. If you have any questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact… Read More Core Support Grants: Washington LOI Period Has Closed
21 Progress was founded in 2011 by UFCW21 in Seattle, out of a need to provide leadership training and skill development by and for youth and young adults who identify as immigrants, undocumented individuals, young workers, LGBTQ youth, women, and people of color. In the height of new immigration legislation, 21 Progress became the largest… Read More 21 Progress: Building Leaders
From January 14 through January 29, Washington-based organizations have the opportunity to submit an LOI for the Satterberg Foundation’s Core Support Grants program. Through these grants, we seek to provide up to $300,000 of general operating support over three years. We anticipate funding up to 36 organizations throughout the state of Washington. Before applying, we encourage… Read More 2019 Washington Core Support Applications Now Open! Apply Here!
Esperanza Community Housing Corporation (Esperanza) was founded in 1989 out of a successful community organizing campaign to prevent the displacement and housing vulnerability of tenants from six adjacent subdivided homes in South Central Los Angeles. The effort led to the development of our flagship affordable housing project, Villa Esperanza Apartments – 33 multi-bedroom units for… Read More Esperanza: Building Hope with Community