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25 Mar 2015

How To Change The World! Philanthropy & Movement Building

March 25, 2015 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Northern California Grantmakers
Health Reform. Immigrant Rights. Marriage Equality. Climate Change. What do these (and many other movements) have in common? The answer is the significant role of philanthropy in fostering, nurturing, and supporting their progress and successes...
10 Mar 2015

Natural Allies: Philanthropy, the Legal Community and Civil Legal Aid

March 10, 2015 -
9:30am to 11:30am
State Bar of California
The struggle to break the cycle of poverty is often paved with legal potholes. Join us for this NCG event on Civil Legal Aid, where we will explore collaborations and investments of foundations, individual donors, corporations, law firms, government...
09 Mar 2015

Seize the Moment: Immigration Relief and Bay Area Communities

March 9, 2015 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Bechtel Conference Center
The President's Executive Order on immigration promises to be the largest immigration reform in contemporary American history. Join funder colleagues for a special briefing on this policy milestone, learn about the momentum built by undocumented...
28 Oct 2014

Building the Bench: How Philanthropy Can Sustain Nonprofit Leaders

October 28, 2014 -
1:00pm to 4:00pm
The James Irvine Foundation
This interactive briefing, co-sponsored by Northern California Grantmakers and Bay Area Justice Funders Network, will provide a three-way look at how the leadership bench is being built. Research from Rusty Stahl of Talent Philanthropy and Margi...
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Resources for Making it Count: Philanthropy and the 2020 Census

Publication date: 
02/2019
It has been a long road as California prepares for the 2020 Census—from budget delays at the federal level and persistent advocacy for adequate state funding, to the pending inclusion of an untested citizenship question. The state has allocated an unprecedented $90.3 million to support the census, but will it be enough to make sure that all California residents—including the 75 percent who are in historically undercounted groups—are counted? With $60 million in state dollars allocated for outreach by counties and community-based organizations, what do funders need to know about the efforts...
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Resources from Saving the Social Safety Net: Advocacy Lessons for Funders

Publication date: 
01/2018
Our nation’s social safety net is at risk, and the effects on our most vulnerable communities could be devastating. In a session on 1/24/18, we heard about critical work that is happening now to save our social safety net, given Arabella Advisors ' recent work with donors and advocates to protect the programs that collectively constitute that safety net using all available tactics and resources.
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Resources from What’s next for California? The Immigration Agenda after the Supreme Court Decision

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08/2016
Participants learned the latest on the Supreme Court ruling and its impact in the state of California, and explored how philanthropy in California can strengthen and support the immigrant community.
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Resources from Transforming Lives: Safety and Opportunity Through Prop 47

Publication date: 
04/2015
This briefing examined examined the impact of implementation of Proposition 47—one of the most important policy reforms that the State has undertaken to reduce incarceration in the nation’s largest prison system, and invest in prevention.
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Resources from Natural Allies: Philanthropy, the Legal Community and Civil Legal Aid

Publication date: 
03/2015
The struggle to break the cycle of poverty is often paved with legal potholes. For this event we explored collaborations and investments of foundations, individual donors, corporations, law firms, government and bar associations in Civil Legal Aid.
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Resources from Seize the Moment: Immigration Relief and Bay Area Communities

Publication date: 
03/2015
The President's Executive Order on immigration promises to be the largest immigration reform in contemporary American history. At this event funders gathered for a special briefing on this policy milestone, learned about the momentum built by undocumented immigrant youth, and discussed implications for funders across a range of philanthropic sectors.

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