How three nonprofits found a new way forward amid dire times of a decade ago

By Vanessa Hua | 2019-10-11 | including 3 items |
A decade ago, when the Great Recession sank the economy, nonprofit organizations struggled; foundations scaled back as their endowments shrank. And yet, three San Francisco nonprofit groups — La Cocina, a culinary incubator for low-income entrepreneurs; Voice of Witness, which publishes oral histories to illuminate human rights crises here and abroad; and San Francisco Public Press, a local news organization funded by donations from the public and community foundations — each are celebrating milestones this year.