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All Kids in CA Deserve Two Free School Meals a Day

The Daily Californian (June 22nd, 2021) – All Kids in CA Deserve Two School Meals a Day by: Kat Taylor and Stacia Hill Levenfeld Last month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom submitted his revised 2021-22 budget, a proposal that embraces the concept of free, nutritional meals for all students. Now, many eyes are fixed on him […]

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Multi-ethnic Coalition Grows the Table in Los Angeles

 A group of L.A. organizations has delivered more than 66,000 pounds of culturally relevant produce to under-resourced communities in an effort to grow the table as big and diverse as L.A. County.

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Free School Meals for All Considered in California State Budget

May 4, 2021 – (Sacramento, CA) – On the heels of a White House proposal to increase access to school meals and in advance of a California budget hearing on May 5, a coalition of more than 100 organizations is calling on lawmakers to support policies from the Free School Meals for All Act of 2021..

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Putting Black, Brown, and Regenerative Farmers First

Growing the Table aims to help small, racially and gender diverse, and regenerative/organic farms and ranches participate in market alternatives that provide these farmers with a wholesale payment for their harvest of fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Powerhouse Coalition of Wealthy Donors and Big Foundations

Chronicle of Philanthropy (Dec. 1, 2020) – Powerhouse Coalition of Wealthy Donors and Big Foundations by: Dan Parks and Alex Daniels A powerhouse coalition of wealthy individual donors, some of the nation’s largest private foundations, and prominent scholars on charitable giving Tuesday joined forces to urge Congress to adopt a set of tax proposals intended to […]

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My Giving Pledge Promise Isn’t Enough: Why It’s Time for the Wealthy to Do More

The Chronicle of Philanthropy (November 11th, 2020) – My Giving Pledge Promise Isn’t Enough: Why It’s Time for the Wealthy to Do More by:  Kat Taylor My six decades have taken me many places. As a philanthropist, I have wrestled with grant making that addresses the symptoms but not the root causes of societal ills. […]

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Meet Kat Taylor, A Pioneering Impact Investor On A Mission To Spend $1 Billion Righting Society’s Wrongs

Forbes (October 9th, 2020) – Meet A Pioneering Impact Investor On A Mission To Spend $1 Billion Righting Society’s Wrongs by: Kristin Stoller and Jonathan Ponciano On March 1st, as she gathered with thousands of others to march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama on the 55th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, Kat Taylor burst […]

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