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  • Panta Rhea Foundation
    just and sustainable world The Foundation advises individual donors and other charitable entities on grantmaking strategies and specific grants We believe that lasting authentic change must come from the grassroots from the organized efforts of people and organizations to enliven the social imagination and envision a better future to experiment with new ideas and to hold elected leaders and corporations accountable to the communities they serve In today s world

    Original URL path: http://www.pantarhea.org/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Corporate Accountability
    a few We also emphasize efforts to train a new generation of activists in the skills required to analyze and change corporate behavior Our newest funding program in this arena supports work on Sustainable Food Systems This program supports work that encourages use of sustainable practices such as organic agriculture and organic products It is designed to ensure that farmers have a market for sustainably grown food and products and that corporations are given strong economic incentive to use organic crops in their food and products This program also funds education for consumers on the importance of organic agriculture food and products Representative Corporate Accountability Grants ACCE Institute To support the research and advocacy work of the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment with a focus on fighting foreclosures and exposing Wall Street abuses Americans for Financial Reform To strengthen coordination among consumer advocates academics community organization unions and other constituencies to shape a financial system that serves the public interest The American Prospect To support long form reporting on the economic demographic and political changes that shape the context in which activism and citizen engagement take place Center for Working Families To support state based work on innovative policy ideas such as state banks and payment deferred college tuition plans Demos To support policy and advocacy work on financial reform student debt and other issues affecting the economic prospects of the next generation Democracy Now To support the coverage of financial labor and corporate accountability issues National Employment Law Project NELP To support campaigns to lift low wage workers out of poverty and improve enforcement of workplace standards Partnership for Working Families To support replicable campaigns that challenge corporate power by building strong alliances among unions community environmental and faith based organizations Fair Food Network To support the double

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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Social Imagination, Arts and Education
    that help young people develop multiple literacies through engagement with the arts We believe that encounters with the arts can enable us to break with the habitual with the wholly conventional and open a space between the way things are and our desire for the way things ought to be This program also supports media and cultural initiatives that further the programmatic goals of the foundation Representative Grants Alameda County Office of Education For general support and for their Integrated Learning Specialist Program 826 National To support their capacity building and technical assistance support to the 826 literacy and afterschool chapters across the country Cathedral of St John the Divine To increase public programming on sustainable food systems into the Cathedral s core programs and events Collaboration of Teachers and Artists CoTA To support work within San Diego public schools for artist and teacher collaborations using the arts for all aspects of classroom curriculum InSITE To support Casa Gallina a multi year interdisciplinary arts engagement project in Mexico City Magnum Foundation To support a new model for photojournalism and collaborative partnerships to amplify work on social justice issues Radio Ambulante To support storytelling and journalism through this radio project focused

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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Pollination Ecology
    but also by the disruption of the delicate biofabric of interactions that bind ecosystems together Humanity for its own sake must attend to these pollinators and their countless dependent plant species Edward O Wilson Pollination Ecology The Pollination Ecology program supports organizations working to nourish a greater public understanding of pollination ecology its important role in the biofabric and the critical need to promote diverse stewardship for pollinator protection and

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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Building Capacity for Organizational Resilience and Renewal Program (BCORR)
    s organizational development and technical assistance program includes support to select grantees through the Building Capacity for Organizational Resilience and Renewal Program BCORR BCORR The core mission of BCORR is to assist social change organizations to achieve their missions by strengthening and potentially transforming their organizations to a new level of development and impact A parallel mission of the project is to guide the learning and development of participating foundation staff in the fundamentals of building organization capacity and how best to support grantees engaged in organizational development efforts BCORR is an investment in grantees lasting relevance and impact The program provides resources and guidance to organizations to attain resilience strength and vitality and renewal the transformation of an organization s capacity from one level to the next BCORR is founded on four elements that characterize successful capacity building A systems and learning perspective A multi year commitment A bridge between grantmaking and capacity building and Learning fueled by feedback The BCORR program is housed at the Rockwood Institute for Leadership Development in Oakland CA and is lead by Ann Dowley Ann Dowley leads the Building Capacity for Organizational Resilience and Renewal BCORR program which was created and launched in

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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Our Staff
    than two decades of experience in social justice philanthropy human rights advocacy and education She holds a BA in Human Ecology from the College of the Atlantic and an MA in Educational Policy from Teachers College Columbia University She is an award winning children s book author a writer on indigenous beekeeping traditions and a hobbyist beekeeper Contact diana at pantarhea org Zoe Lane is the Grants Manager and Office

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  • Panta Rhea Foundation - Our Board
    captures in Greek the understanding that all things flow all things change Hans is a student of Vipassana meditation an avid mountaineer a lover of gardens and a novice beekeeper Lisl Schoepflin has participated in various youth donor organizing efforts and managed the family giving through the Sunflower Fund She trained and performed in various dramatic arts as well as worked as a theater arts educator and co founded a

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