NCG Program Materials
How Foundations Can Effectively Work With Media for Social Impact is part of NCG's 2012 Communications Series.
D5 was created to help foundations achieve greater impact in an increasingly diverse world. Since 2010, more than a dozen organizations, with connections to thousands of foundations, have come tog
How Can Foundations Work with Their Grantees to be Effective Communicators is part of NCG's 2012 Communications Series.
At NCG's 2012 Corporate Philanthropy Institute (CPI) we explored many of the new ideas and concepts in social innovation—from social entrepreneurship to shared value to B corporations.
Not every young person is lucky enough to enjoy the support of a functional family or social network, and many depend on the state in some capacity to help develop the skills necessary for achievin
This third program in NCG's 2012 Diversity in Philanthropy Series provided an opportunity for the philanthropic community to engage in a peer-to-peer dialogue that explored the critical role racial inequity plays in the funding community's ability to realize strong returns on its investments in some of the most vulnerable communities in America.
Colleagues from private, family, corporate and public foundations gathered to hear how local funders are shifting their way of thinking and incorporating their institutional values into their day-to-day philanthropic practices, and at the same time creating positive and sustainable change for the communities they support.
The 2012 NCG Annual Meeting brought lead scholars and philanthropic experts, Lucy Bernholz and Rob Reich, to share their thinking about the changing landscape, what it means to #ReCodeGood and what the possible effects are for the philanthropic field.
As California continues to prepare for the 2020 Census, it is easy to forget that redistricting comes immediately after.
Schools and Communities First is a historic effort to reform Proposition 13 and restore over $11 billion a year for services that all Californians rely on like schools and community colleges, socia