Tides is a special place with a unique and important role to play in supporting new possibilities for a fairer, safer, more sustainable world. With major political and economic changes around the globe, Tides is needed even more than ever before. Therefore, we have a moral, political, and economic mandate to be a strong and stable organization to support such important work. We are poised to address these new and difficult challenges of the sector by building on our history with new staff, new ideas, new partners, and a new structure.
We're not really broke—our public money has just been hijacked. Annie Leonard's new film shines a light on the choices our leaders are making with our money: handing out tax breaks for oil companies, granting permits to mine public lands at prices set in 1872, and offering public funds for corporations building nuclear reactors and other risky ventures. More >
Those of us who care deeply about the nonprofit community, find ourselves working overtime to navigate this period of economic, social, and political uncertainty. It is in this context that fully embracing fiscal sponsorship will prove to be a wise investment in sustaining and scaling the social sector. More >
As the world looks towards the future of the AIDS response, there is a critical need to enable a new generation of advocacy, activism, and action that can contribute to changing the unacceptable reality of a world in which some people get sick and die, while others access medicine and live. More >
Define American, a project of Tides founded by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, is dedicated to changing the conversation about immigration. They recently launched a story feature that enables anyone, anywhere, to share their personal experiences as well as thoughts and beliefs about what it means to be an "American" today. More >