RBF Joins 120 Philanthropic Leaders Calling to Uphold American Democracy During Tense Election

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The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is committed to achieving a more effective and inclusive American democracy.

Stephen Heintz, the Fund’s president and CEO, joined 120 philanthropic leaders in a nonpartisan statement calling on leaders at all levels of government and sectors of society to ensure that all eligible voters can vote and all votes will be counted, confront and counter misinformation about voting safety and the integrity of the electoral process, and commit to the peaceful transfer or continuation of power. The Chronicle of Philanthropy published the letter on Monday.

Read the letter