In this season of giving, we at Listening for a Change would like to take this opportunity to give you our deepest appreciation for your incredible support.

We could not accomplish our goals without your support, involvement, and enthusiasm. Thank you for helping create connections – one story at a time. Thank you for committing to building authentic community. Thank you for making a difference.

Above is a preview of a new documentary film that Listening for a Change is

creating titled Firestorm Climate Awakening. Interviewed are Sonoma

County neighbors who lost their homes in the 2017 firestorm as well as

climate scientists and people taking action to make a difference. We are

currently in a climate crisis and together need to find and travel paths

toward a healthy world in the window of remaining time.

Please take about 6 ½ minutes to view this film. Our goal is to complete and

share widely by the end of 2021. Your donation is much appreciated. You

can donate via PayPal (button below) or via check (preferred) to:

Listening for a Change

4908 Sonoma Highway, Suite B

Santa Rosa, CA 95409






View this video to Understand Listening for a Change’s

Foundation of Human Rights and Community Connections

Foundation of Our Work

Sonoma County Survivor Project

Our founding project shares the dramatic stories of Holocaust survivors, interned Japanese Americans, and Cambodian refugees living in Sonoma County. The exhibit documents their history and celebrates their resiliency amidst severe human rights deprivations.

Learn More >>

Visit Listening for a Change’s

History and Healing After the Fire video stories, Phase 1


We are currently creating a documentary film that includes voices from the 2017 & 2019 Sonoma County firestorms as well as climate scientists.  Peter Coyote will narrate.  Preview to be shared soon.

Connections. Compassion. Change.

Listening for a Change is an approved member of Upstream Investments Sonoma County. Learn more

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Visit our touch-screen computer kiosks loaded with video stories of local residents!

Each interview is translated into Spanish or English. Interviews were conducted by students from multiple local schools. Oral history lessons, video camera recording, and editing by Listening for a Change.

The Cloverdale kiosk is being updated and will return to a community venue soon.
The Santa Rosa kiosk is currently at the Lombardi campus of Santa Rosa Community Health.


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