Fiscally Sponsored Programs

Commonweal fiscally sponsors programs that do great work in the areas we champion. Currently, our fiscally sponsored programs include:

Alliance of Nurses for Health Environments – California

American Life Corps

Center for Dying and Living was founded to reclaim illness, disability, and death as natural parts of the human experience. We offer live discussions on topics related to coping with serious illness, disability and end of life.

Kids and Caregivers has a mission to compassionately support, educate, and empower caregivers of extraordinary children living with chronic, complex health conditions. We educate to empower, support through sharing, and offer online and face-to-face workshops, mentoring, toolkits, education, training, and peer-based and professional support activities.

Kinship Blooms offers refuge, inspiration, and training to visionary organizations, communities, and change networks during this intense time of transition and transformation. We offer leadership development; equity and inclusion; communities of practice; convenings; and empathy and bridging divides.

Movement Liberation offers embodied and somatic healing workshops and retreats for people of color. Through mindfulness, somatic and Soul Motion® dance practices, social and racial justice education, and connection with nature, they offer safe spaces in which BIPOC can regenerate their very roots, and cultivate wellbeing and resiliency within a supportive community. 

OMEGA – The Resilience Funders Network is an invitational learning community for funders, former funders, individual donors, and thought partners. There is no fee for joining. Though we welcome contributions, OMEGA will not try to influence your portfolio. We simply encourage partners to reflect on the global challenge and how they choose to respond.

project SOUL

SafetyNEST Science was created to educate the medical community and moms-to-be about the health risks associated with exposures to toxic chemicals, particularly during vulnerable periods of development. We want every pregnant woman and her family to have easy access to clear, credible information to keep her pregnancy and her new baby healthy.

Somos El Poder is dedicated to improving and growing fundraising at Latinx focused nonprofits in our nation. We work with any Latinx focused nonprofit regardless of size or budget. We are a nonprofit and accessible provider of support, professional development, best practices, training, and more.

Syntropy Healing and Research

West Marin Climate Action facilitates engagement in actions for climate resilience on a bioregional scale, for global benefit. As one of the only local environmental nonprofits taking on multi-year, and sometimes decade-long campaigns to address environmental threats, we provide an essential voice on behalf of the West Marin’s priceless natural resources. We accomplish our work by bringing people, science and policy together to protect vital ecosystems,defend critical legislation, enforce accountability of our leaders and legislators, and rally our members to become stewards of their community.

The West Marin Review features prose, poetry and art from West Marin and across the United States and beyond. Each volume features pieces on nature and history, personal stories both funny and touching, poetry from poets young and not-so-young, a musical piece, and every kind of visual art illuminating its pages.