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Resources from Social Change, Advocacy and Movement Building

Publication date: 
09/2014
Once again NCG partnered with Alliance for Justice to present an encore of the most popular session from our 2014 NCG Annual Conference, addressing how funders can support social change, advocacy and movement building.
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Investing in Our Communities: Strategies for Immigrant Integration

Publication date: 
12/2006
Investing in Our Communities: Strategies for Immigrant Integration , published by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees in 2006, is a succinct, easy-to-understand guide that describes how grantmakers at all levels can play an important leadership role on this issue. This toolkit for grantmakers draws on extensive research and interviews with hundreds of foundation, community, business, and government leaders. It incorporates academic research as well as policy and community-based concerns into a resource that also can inform the work of practitioners in the nonprofit, public, and...
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Everyone counts: Grants totaling $3.3M go to Bay Area nonprofits for Census 2020 outreach

Logo representing the Bay Area Census Funders Collaborative
Release Date: 
09/19/2019
“This collaboration enables us to provide Bay Area nonprofits with resources needed to ensure the people in our region are counted accurately,” said Ellen LaPointe, president and CEO of Northern California Grantmakers. “We are proud to be working...
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Tech Entrepreneur Commits $600 Million to Establish New San Francisco Foundation

Release Date: 
06/24/2015
Napster co-founder and former Facebook President Sean Parker formally announces plans and strategies for his new $600 Million foundation, The Parker Foundation.
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Asian American & Pacific Islander Communities: An Untapped Political Bloc?

Release Date: 
06/09/2015
Here in the Bay Area we have a large and diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander Community—Asian Americans make up 24% of the Bay Area population vs. less than 6% nationwide. It’s hard to imagine this cultural community not being a strong...

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