Metcalf Foundation News
Winter 2022
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Uncertainty seems to have become our new certainty. Like many of you, we continue to adapt to shifting circumstances while grounding ourselves in shared goals and the pursuit of positive change.

The last couple of months have been particularly challenging as Omicron delivered a severe blow just when many of us were looking forward to long-awaited gatherings with family and friends, and to beginning the new year with a fresh start.

As we reach the two-year mark of the pandemic, we continue to witness (and marvel at) the ability of remarkable people and organizations across the range of our work — to adapt, respond, and persevere in service to their communities and missions.

We are proud to highlight a few of these stories — from a long-fought victory for workers, to critical new research to guide our climate actions, to a new fund designed to help creative sector organizations make necessary and often challenging changes. We are also pleased to share the latest Carbon Landscapes grantees, the performing arts companies moving forward in Staging Change, and our newest cohort of performing arts interns.

Alongside our grantees and partners, Metcalf has a lot planned for the upcoming year — including adding a new member to our team. We have shared the job posting below and would be grateful for you to circulate the opportunity widely with your networks.

I am optimistic for the year ahead, and all of us here at Metcalf are looking forward to continuing to work with many of you. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

President and CEO
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The Metcalf Foundation office is located on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. Today, the meeting place of "Tkaronto" (Toronto) continues to be home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to work together on this land.