Judy Belk, President and CEO of The California Wellness Foundation, is a seasoned leader with more than 25 years of senior management experience in philanthropic, government, nonprofit and corporate sectors. On August 16th, the LA Times published Judy’s Op-Ed, Memories of a thirsty childhood.
Discussion around grantee overhead costs and capacity building is timely. Programs need to be funded, but finance, fundraising and communications are all pieces of the total costs which are often under invested.
This Just for Fun blog features NCG member: Tabitha Tapia, Multicultural Fellow for Community Development at The San Francisco Foundation. Tabitha truly understands the value of community and having a good time. We sat down with Tabitha to learn more about her and what inspired her to keep us all connected.
There’s a lot of activity happening for NCG’s corporate members from celebration of our most generous companies to an incredible program on impactful philanthropic programs to the 2015 Corporate Philanthropy Institute.
David Greco, NCG member guest blogger is Managing Partner of Social Sector Partners and Program Director for the Real Cost Project. The Real Cost Project is a statewide initiative in partnership with Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers.
Are you looking for a way to differ your impact in the Bay Area? Have you checked out our Job Board recently?
Corporate Citizenship’s (CC) latest global research which included participation from Amway, Unilever, Kellog’s, Microsoft Asia, Rolls-Royce, Coca-Cola, Deloitte, Kraft Foods Group and Cisco among others, analyzes the popularity of flagship programs in spearheading social investments from corporations.
Summer is in full swing–hopefully a little sun and a good read are in your future! NCG Book Club members gave us some of their top picks for summer reading.
NCG hosts a wide range of programs all throughout the year on various issues impacting our community and the philanthropic sector as well as opportunities for professional development and skill building for grantmakers and philanthropists. What you might not know is that we also gather our members together for peer networking opportunities.
Have you registered for this year’s Corporate Philanthropy Institute? What are you waiting for? The conference is taking place September 21, 2015 and Early Bird registration ends this Friday, July 17th.