Educating for a Democratic Society – Part I

February 26, 2015

This article was originally published in the Winter 2015 RSF Quarterly.

by Joan Caldarera, Ed.D.

What kind of education is needed for forming the minds, hearts, and hands of the next generation who will have to cope with and transform the ecological, social, and economic issues of today, issues that transcend political boundaries, cultural constructs, and economic realities?

I will start with some historical context for American education. Thomas Jefferson …

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RSF Gives $50K to L.A. Arts Non-Profits

February 24, 2015

RSF is pleased to announce that it has allocated $50,000 in grant funding to six arts service organizations in Los Angeles County. The funding shines a light on a pioneering model of grantmaking, called Shared Gifting, as well as indicates the need for continued support of the groups that work backstage to keep art communities vibrant.

Since 2010, RSF has been developing the Shared Gifting model as an alternative to …

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Seed Fund Grantee Highlight: Mutual Aid Networks – Dane County TimeBank

February 24, 2015

by Kelley Buhles

What would it look like if everyone were doing the work they loved, what they felt called to do?

This is the driving question behind the research and development of Mutual Aid Networks (MANs), a project of Dane County TimeBank which was supported in 2014 by the RSF Seed Fund with a grant of $2,500.

Developed over the last four years, Mutual Aid Networks are a new …

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