11/16/2017 - A 12-Year-Old Warrior for Justice Grantee News From Antonia Juhasz / Society for Environmental Journalists: Angelika Soriano suffered her first asthma attack in the fourth grade, though she didn’t realize what it was at the time. She was walking to school in her Fruitvale neighborhood … Continue reading

10/14/2017 - Funds That Can Put Your Investments on a Low-Carbon Diet Grantee News From As You Sow: If you care about climate change, your money can help shrink your carbon footprint. You can buy appliances that are more energy efficient or a hybrid or electric car — or, better yet, a … Continue reading

Update From The Foundation

Topic: Seeds of Peace In recognition of women’s indispensible role in conflict prevention and peacebuilding, the Canadian government recently announced a “feminist international assistance policy” that allocates $150 million for international development projects that are led by, and of benefit to, women. This is … Continue reading

Topic: Staff Change It is often said that the only thing we can count on is change. Over the course of the 60-plus years of the life of the Compton Foundation, that has been very true. This Foundation has grown and evolved, moved … Continue reading