The world’s largest awards program recognizing excellence in promotion marketing — Pro Awards — awarded Stand Together’s Common Ground Exhibit the distinct honor of 2021 Silver Winner for Best Cause/Corporate Social Responsibility Campaign.
In his new book, Neil Chilson demonstrates how people should embrace innovation as the preferred path to take on society’s biggest challenges, giving them the potential to address problems like the cost of living, upward economic mobility, environmental stewardship, health care, and social progress.
The partnership with VOMO, a cloud-based volunteer platform powering more than 250,000 service projects globally, will expand access to volunteer engagement opportunities across Los Angeles and beyond.
More than 200,000 images from the archives of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will be digitized to preserve Black history in America.
Stand Together Foundation committed $1 million to help fund LHNL’s seven initiatives, including a week-long effort bringing together faith communities in and around L.A. and mobilizing tens of thousands of people for a series of volunteer events.
The COVID Commission Planning Group, a nonpartisan project of which Stand Together is a part, will focus on understanding societal fault lines exposed by the pandemic and preserving the lessons of the COVID-19 crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of our lives. Stand Together is doing all we can to promote individual and community healing through the institutions of government, business, education, and communities.
The feature celebrates Stand Together’s work to address some of the nation’s biggest challenges and why CEO Brian Hooks was named to the 2021 TIME100 Next list.
Café Momentum founder Chad Houser and Stand Together Foundation executive director Evan Feinberg were featured on NBC 5’s Community Conversations to discuss the expansion of the Dallas-based nonprofit into Nashville and Pittsburgh.
Stand Together joined other major national organizations as founding partners of the new Second Chance Business Coalition (SCBC), an effort committed to expanding hiring and advancement practices for people with criminal records.
Stand Together’s Common Ground Immigration Pop-Up Exhibit appeared at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas. The installation is part of a new partnership to unite the nation on immigration.
The verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin reinforces two truths: The injustices endured by Black Americans are real and persistent. And our country contains within it the ability to address them.