S.H. Cowell Foundation was spotlighted by The Center for Effective Philanthropy last week in the second post of its series highlighting profiles of funders that show non-monetary support to their grantees.
The PropelNext California Partnership announced that 15 nonprofits have been selected to receive grants and from its first California grantee cohort including three NCG members–the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard...
This week California Budget & Policy Center released a new report looking at our state’s health care system for children and their families, including both public health care coverage and public health programs.
Haven't registered for NCG's 2015 Annual Conference? What are you waiting for? Now is the time to act—the Early Bird registration deadline is almost upon us. But don’t panic. NCG has your back. We’re extending our Early Bird registration to May 1st.
The bar was set high at last year’s conference. One of the biggest highlights was how we ended the day. It was fun. It pushed the envelope. And that’s what we wanted to do again this year. Who better to push the envelope than socio-political...
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 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and the Sobrato Family Foundation join the Weingart Foundation and the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation to pilot the PropelNext California Partnership.
NCG member the Sobrato Family Foundation announced this week it will give $2.75 million to support 21st century education and pathways to careers, as well as more than $1.7 million in general operating support for health and legal services.