Town Hall follow-up FAQs
FAQs have been developed to address questions asked during the May 28 Town Hall meeting concerning safety measures related to COVID-19, budgetary impacts and more. Please visit http://ucanr.edu/sites/safety/files/327731.pdf to read the questions and answers.
BIG congratulations! Together we raised over $88,000 in new support across the state with our second annual Big Dig Day campaign. This is an increase of more than 3x the individual giving...
It's hard to believe it is already Friday; this week has certainly been chaotic. While dealing with the challenges of a pandemic that may be entering a second wave soon, we've all had to process a great deal of emotion over the death of George Floyd and anger over the ongoing injustice against the Black community. As I said earlier this week, our mission to serve California can never fully come to fruition if Black Americans and other historically victimized groups continue to suffer hatred and bias. Easy enough to say, but what does that mean going forward?
This week, the most important action was to quickly make it clear where we stood on the situation and offer emotional support to our colleagues and communities...
Even as we are experiencing pain, fear, anger and hopelessness in reaction to current events, we know the worst of times can bring out the best in people.
As we prepare to launch our Big Dig Day campaign, we recognize fundraising messaging can and should be sensitive to the difficult time our country is enduring on so many levels.
People want to help. So we will continue to invite our donors, neighbors, colleagues, family and friends to support the work we do to bring people together for a healthier California—and world beyond.
The mission and work of UC ANR are important. We have provided critical resources to communities in California during the depression, war-time, civil unrest and pandemics. With...