covid-19 regional response fund 

 

A statement on race, safety and belonging

The privilege that many feel to safely, happily and fully pursue their lives here is not a shared experience. And it can never be until together we heal from our history of harming Indigenous, Black, Latinx, Asian, and other People of Color, and fix the systems that threaten their lives. . . . [read more]

Responding to the Coronavirus

With our affiliate Wild Rivers Community Foundation, we launched the COVID-19 Regional Response Fund.

Based on recommendations from public health and government officials, we have closed our offices and our public meeting spaces. We plan this to continue through December 31, 2020.

This is one of several measures we are taking to protect you and our staff and reduce the likelihood of introducing the coronavirus into our community.

While our staff will not attend public meetings and events for the foreseeable future, we are fully prepared to continue to serve, support and advise our donor and community partners, as well as provide grant support to our communities.

Most of our staff are working remotely or in the office to manage essential functions and activities. They can still be reached by phone and email. Information about future public meetings, grants and other community responses will be posted as it becomes available.

If you have questions, call 707-442-2993 or send an email to info@hafoundation.org.

Thank you and take care of you and your loved ones!

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We support emerging grassroots and collaborative leaders, with a focus on those addressing local systemic challenges. We prioritize efforts to heal historical trauma and improve the health of vulnerable communities.

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