Corporations can play a unique role in helping their communities recover from disasters. How can they make sure they are contributing where their help is most needed – and not inadvertently making recovery operations more difficult?
Relive the moment with these great holiday party photos. Over 300 NCG family and friends packed the house to celebrate our work together and fortify our connections for the year ahead.
It’s an open secret in philanthropy: visitors to our websites ignore our lovingly curated stories and head straight to our job listings. Northern California Grantmakers is no exception. A look at our website data last year showed our job board eclipsed all the other pages combined. We admit, our feelings were hurt. Did they love us only for our jobs?
Last month NCG weighed in on its first public policy issue – opposing changes to San Francisco’s campaign finance and conflict of interest laws. True, it’s not the sexiest of issues but it was one with huge implications for philanthropy and our partners in government and the nonprofit sector.
Rajni Dronamraju is the Senior Manager, Charitable Giving at Genentech. As a part of our Member Spotlight Series, Rajni told us about her passion project, and why she's interested in learning from her funder peers in our community.
NCG is excited to announce the launch of our Senior Fellow Program and the appointment of Pamela H. David as the inaugural Senior Fellow.
In March 2015, lightning struck. For six months, I’d been looking for new ways to help the nonprofits we serve get to the next level.
Our community notes with sorrow the untimely death of Edwin Lee, the first Asian American mayor of San Francisco.
We will remember him as a champion of the rights of those whose voices often go unheard.
NCG is monitoring the fires in Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Santa Barbara Counties.