This morning the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) announced its 2015 NCRP Impact Awardees and we're excited to share that NCG member Blue Shield of California Foundation is among them.
From the 49ers to the fact that our city is 7 x 7 miles—the number 49 has special significance in San Francisco. And today, the number 49 has very special meaning for NCG staff…we’re officially 49 days out from the 2015 Annual Conference.
NCG members the Chinese American Community Foundation and Silicon Valley Community Foundation partners to publish this report to better understand and celebrate the Chinese American community in the Bay Area, including the many contributions made to...
All eyes have been on Indiana recently with passage of a bill which allows LGBTQ discrimination under the guise of religious freedom. Funders for LGBTQ Issues has released a statement outlining what the bill—and others like it—means for foundations.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: No issue is an island. In other words, communities and individuals intersect with a variety of issues on a daily basis. And health equity is a great example of how no issue is an island.
South Bay members here we come! NCG is bringing its wildly popular Financial Workshop series to your neck of the woods. All three of our workshops will be hosted in Menlo Park by NCG member The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
NCG is excited to share that the Honorable Libby Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland will be a key part of an upcoming NCG program! Mayor Schaaf will offer key insights on what Prop. 47 implementation means to Oakland and the impact that implementation will...
That’s right! Our sources tell us that NCG members are pioneers when it comes to “Get on the Map” participation. We here at NCG couldn’t be more thrilled because member participation means a more robust regional and statewide map.