Nonprofit Tenant Center Tour & Reception
The choices we all make now will shape our community and cultural legacy for generations. Join us for a funder briefing to discuss safe and sustainable spaces for nonprofits and arts organizations, including how they get off the ground and get funded. The event will be followed by a brief tour of the David Brower Center in Berkeley and a reception.
We are living in uncertain times, politically, economically and socially. The nonprofits in our neighborhoods are facing all sorts of disruptions, including rising rents, and the reality of displacement hitting their office space, their staff and their clients. Fear of evictions and stricter rules for tenants is the new reality for individuals and organizations.
NCG has been addressing Nonprofit Displacement through engagement with multiple sectors and stakeholders that are directly working on the complex issue, including city agencies, foundations, and nonprofits.
Join Us to Learn How:
- Funders can find safe and sustainable solutions
- Shared space options for nonprofits can maximize efficiencies and reduce costs
- Nonprofits benefit from shared and sustainable spaces so that they can focus on their individual and collective impact
- Lara W. Jakubowski, Executive Director, Nonprofit Centers Network
- Shelley Trott, Director, Arts Strategy and Ventures, Kenneth Rainin Foundation
- Connie Martinez, Chief Executive Officer, Silicon Valley Creates
- Moderator: Joanne Lee, Director of Consulting Services and Program Development, Northern California Community Loan Fund
This event is open to NCG members and non-members. Non-members please email email@example.com