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“More than $1.3 trillion sits idle in private foundations and donor-advised funds. This wealth can be tapped to help frontline communities unlock the same low-cost capital wealthy donors have access to” says Kat Taylor, Co-Founder of the Good Life Pledge (GLP), which launched last year at SOCAP Global with Taj James of Full Spectrum Capital Partners, and capital innovator and collaborator Regan Pritzker of the Kataly Foundation.
The story continues today with the GLP Core Community team from Friendship House SF, and leaders from The City of San Francisco, Indian Education Program discussing the launch of the VILLAGE and SF American Indian Cultural District. This groundbreaking effort is a catalytic example of how partnerships between communities, Tribal Nations, Investors, Philanthropists and Government can put the right blend of money to work to advance equity-based community development that serves and heals all of us.
Full Spectrum Capital Partners
Visionary & Program Coordinator
SFUSD Indian Education Program
Youth Program Coordinator