The federal budget season kicked off in high gear with the release of presidential priorities in March. While the federal budget is far from being finalized, the anticipated impact may be widespread across housing, transportation, health, arts, workforce, immigration, and many other areas. How will cuts impact public service, communities and nonprofits? Given that philanthropy will not be able to fill all of the gaps, what are the best strategies to help the region prepare and respond?
Join us as Northern California Grantmakers hosts two programs, one in our San Francisco office (June 9th) and one in the South Bay/Silicon Valley (June 15th), as we host experts, public officials, and community leaders who can help us make sense of what’s to come and how we can prepare.
Read more on the topic and the view of Chris Hoene in The New York Times article here.
Nancy Berlin, Policy Director, CalNonprofits
Kay Fernandez Smith, Assistant Vice President of Programs, The San Francisco Foundation
Chris Hoene, Executive Director, California Budget & Policy Center
Megan Joseph, Executive Director, Rise Together
Kelly Kirkpatrick, Deputy Budget Director, Mayor's Office of Public Policy & Finance, City and County of San Francisco
Jonathan Segarra, Citywide Grants Coordinator, City of Oakland
This program is open to members of both Northern California Grantmakers and Bay Area Democracy Funders Group. If you are not an NCG member, contact the Registrar at email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: NCG's office at 160 Spear Street can currently only be accessed through the entrance on the Main Street side of the building. The Spear Street entrance is temporarily closed for construction.