NCG Director of Member Engagement Phuong Quach invites all members to our upcoming open house and new member orientation. Learn how to make the most of your NCG members and take full advantage of everything NCG has to offer—beyond programs.
Have you considered supporting or helping to build a movement? That is, supporting activism (organizing, building common agendas, leadership development, etc.) that directly impacts the issues you care about? When it comes to addressing social issues, supporting movements is an option philanthropy should consider.
Next month NCG kicks off a three-part Financial Management Workshop Series designed in partnership with Fiscal Management Associates (FMA). Why are we doing this? What can members expect of the workshops? NCG Member Engagement Director Phuong Quach answers your burning questions.
NCG invites you to submit a PhilTalk proposal. What's a PhilTalk? It's a 15-minute presentation that explores an idea, solution or approach to a challenge we are confronting in our philanthropic work. Think TEDTalk, but for philanthropy.
Members are the lifeblood of NCG. So we just wanted to take a moment to celebrate the members who’ve joined NCG since the beginning of 2015. Since January 1 we've welcomed six new members to our community. Learn more about them!
The wait is over. You can now register for this year's annual conference. Be sure to register before April 24th to lock in the early-bird price.
Breaking out of poverty requires individuals to run a gauntlet of legal obstacles. Access to legal aid and advocacy gives individuals, families and communities the help needed to address the problems that keep them in poverty. Investing in legal aid is one way funders can increase the impact of their grantmaking.
In 2011 Alameda County piloted the Fund Development Office which established a shared infrastructure to support three major public agencies. Doing so created a dynamic environment that has benefited all three and those who benefit from their services.
This month NCG members have the opportunity to hear from 2014 MacArthur genius and work activist Ai-Jen Poo on a transformative leadership process used to develop leadership skills for organizing and building power.
NCG’s Board of Directors is proud to announce its esteemed and diverse slate of 2015 Board Officers and Executive Committee.