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Read about the Foundation’s recent grant awards totaling $2.4 million for Arts & Education, how we’re deepening connections with our Health grantees, our upcoming Innovations Symposium and more, in our June newsletter.
Read about the Foundation’s 2014 Turning Points, Health Grantees Sharing Their Findings, Literacy Programs Showing Results and more, in this month’s newsletter.
Read the Foundation’s 2014 Turning Points–a recap of the year’s activities–and a message from Jen Rainin, CEO of the Rainin Foundation.
Read about our multimillion-dollar investment in early learning, transforming San Francisco’s mid-Market neighborhood “From the Ground Up,” and much more in this month’s newsletter.
Read our Special Health Edition newsletter and get caught up on the Rainin Foundation’s annual Innovations Symposium.
Read Jen Rainin’s 2014 State of the Foundation on staying focused and bold, find out about the White House Buzz on Early Learning, check out new blogs in Arts, Education and Health and more! Fall 2014 Newsletter
We’re Pushing Boundaries in Science, Imagining a New Central Market and We’re Supporting the Talk, Read, Sing Campaign in Oakland — read our August 2014 Newsletter.
Check out our Spring 2014 newsletter. Read our new Arts & Education blogs, plus join us in San Francisco for a don’t miss event–Our Innovations Symposium: Taming the Microbiome. You can also learn about a new health research grant opportunity & find out how the Rainin Foundation is growing.
Get the latest news on Grant Announcements, a New Collaborative Arts Initiative, Upcoming Deadlines for Letters of Inquiry for our Arts and Health Programs and more.