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Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 11:00am

Explore with philanthropic and nonprofit leaders the impact, policy, politics and reality of the upcoming increase in the state’s minimum wage. Hear current thinking about how nonprofits and philanthropy engaged in local efforts to raise the minimum wage; how nonprofits will manage the rising personnel costs resulting from an increased minimum wage; and how the philanthropic community will respond to the rising real cost of services.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 11:00am

Explore with philanthropic and nonprofit leaders the impact, policy, politics and reality of the upcoming increase in the state’s minimum wage. Hear current thinking about how nonprofits and philanthropy engaged in local efforts to raise the minimum wage; how nonprofits will manage the rising personnel costs resulting from an increased minimum wage; and how the philanthropic community will respond to the rising real cost of services.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015 - 11:00am

Explore with philanthropic and nonprofit leaders the impact, policy, politics and reality of the upcoming increase in the state’s minimum wage. Hear current thinking about how nonprofits and philanthropy engaged in local efforts to raise the minimum wage; how nonprofits will manage the rising personnel costs resulting from an increased minimum wage; and how the philanthropic community will respond to the rising real cost of services.

Thursday, September 10, 2015 - 9:30am

NCG's Arts Loan Fund (ALF) committee is made up of Bay Area funders that are committed to the Arts. The ALF meets several times a year to review loan applications and determine awards to artists and nonprofits that support the Arts in the Bay Area.

Thursday, September 10, 2015 - 9:30am

NCG's Arts Loan Fund (ALF) committee is made up of Bay Area funders that are committed to the Arts. The ALF meets several times a year to review loan applications and determine awards to artists and nonprofits that support the Arts in the Bay Area.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 1:30pm

Based on Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research, which draws on the insights of companies such as Amway, Unilever, Kellogg’s and Microsoft, find out to what extent companies are moving to a flagship approach, where one is focusing activities and resources in a targeted manner, and how to do it successfully. In their research, 70% of companies surveyed expect to move in this direction in the next 2 years, up from just 12% doing so today. Corporate Citizenship has identified five characteristics of such an approach that if achieved, can ensure not only the programs survival, but also that it delivers impact to society and the business itself.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 1:30pm

Based on Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research, which draws on the insights of companies such as Amway, Unilever, Kellogg’s and Microsoft, find out to what extent companies are moving to a flagship approach, where one is focusing activities and resources in a targeted manner, and how to do it successfully. In their research, 70% of companies surveyed expect to move in this direction in the next 2 years, up from just 12% doing so today. Corporate Citizenship has identified five characteristics of such an approach that if achieved, can ensure not only the programs survival, but also that it delivers impact to society and the business itself.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 1:30pm

Based on Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research, which draws on the insights of companies such as Amway, Unilever, Kellogg’s and Microsoft, find out to what extent companies are moving to a flagship approach, where one is focusing activities and resources in a targeted manner, and how to do it successfully. In their research, 70% of companies surveyed expect to move in this direction in the next 2 years, up from just 12% doing so today. Corporate Citizenship has identified five characteristics of such an approach that if achieved, can ensure not only the programs survival, but also that it delivers impact to society and the business itself.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 9:00am

Based on Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research, which draws on the insights of companies such as Amway, Unilever, Kellogg’s and Microsoft, find out to what extent companies are moving to a flagship approach, where one is focusing activities and resources in a targeted manner, and how to do it successfully. In their research, 70% of companies surveyed expect to move in this direction in the next 2 years, up from just 12% doing so today. Corporate Citizenship has identified five characteristics of such an approach that if achieved, can ensure not only the programs survival, but also that it delivers impact to society and the business itself.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 - 9:00am

Based on Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research, which draws on the insights of companies such as Amway, Unilever, Kellogg’s and Microsoft, find out to what extent companies are moving to a flagship approach, where one is focusing activities and resources in a targeted manner, and how to do it successfully. In their research, 70% of companies surveyed expect to move in this direction in the next 2 years, up from just 12% doing so today. Corporate Citizenship has identified five characteristics of such an approach that if achieved, can ensure not only the programs survival, but also that it delivers impact to society and the business itself.

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