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Gov. Brown Keynotes Conference Highlighting Innovative Ways to Protect Public Safety, Reduce Recidivism


On Thursday, February 3rd, more than 300 nonprofit, philanthropy and government leaders convened in San Francisco to mark the 75th anniversary of the Rosenberg Foundation.


Eleven organizations, led by United Farm Workers’ Foundation and Farmworker Justice, are launching new efforts to plan for the integration of more than one million farm workers and their families once the federal government enacts a pathway to legalization.


The Rosenberg Foundation and UC Berkeley's Graduate School of  Journalism today announced the launch of a one-year pilot project dedicated to deepening and expanding news media coverage of key immigration issues in California.


The Board of Directors of the Rosenberg Foundation in September approved grants totaling $477,000 to support seven organizations throughout California, supporting innovative initiatives aimed at reducing prison rates for women, enhancing services for child victims of violence and creating pathways to employment for formerly incarcerated individuals.


The Board of Directors of the Rosenberg Foundation has approved 18 grants totaling nearly $1.37 million to support the foundation’s mission of creating fair and equitable opportunities for Californians to participate fully in the state's economic, social and political life.


  • An Alliance in Defense of Civil rights
  • Building Sustainable Local Economies
  • Funding Impact Litigation
  • Catalyzing Solution in Criminal Justice Reform
  • Winning Justice for California Farm Workers
  • Advocating for Immigrant Rights and Integration
  • Supporting Next Generation Social Justice Leaders

Rosenberg Foundation Multi-Year Report (1990-1992)

Multi-year Report for 1975-1977

Multi-year Report for 1937-1946