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Page: COVID-19 Response Grants

The COVID-19 global pandemic is changing the world, and our country. In addition to the challenges brought on by the sudden health crisis, as well as financial concerns and uncertainty given the unpredictability of this situation, the Heising-Simons Foundation also recognizes that the most significant impacts will likely be on the vulnerable communities that are… Continue Reading

Post: Making Headlines: Grantees in the News, February 2020

The Heising-Simons Foundation is proud to regularly see its grantee partners featured in media outlets across the country, providing an expert voice on a timely issue or being highlighted for their accomplishments and hard work. Here are some news items that have featured our grantees in February 2020.

Person: Lanzo Small

Lanzo K. Small, Jr., is the office assistant at the Heising-Simons Foundation’s office in Los Altos. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2020, Lanzo worked in the food service management and banking industries. In 2012, Lanzo became the first African-American male to sit on the Lincoln Unified School District’s Board of Trustees as a student… Continue Reading

Post: Responding to COVID-19

Like many others, we take very seriously the concerns around the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). To do our part to reduce the threat and spread of the virus, we have asked all of our employees to telecommute temporarily, and we will conduct all meetings via phone or video conference, rather than have our staff or visitors come to our offices or travel to other locations.

Post: Science News

Grantee partner Science News was founded as an independent nonprofit in 1921 by newspaper magnate E.W. Scripps and zoologist W.E. Ritter, who wanted to improve the quality and accuracy of science journalism. It covers news on science, medicine and technology, and you may find the latest stories here.