It may sound hyperbolic to say the end of the year is upon us, but I think most people will agree that the final month of the year often speeds by before you know it.
With that in mind, here is all you need to know about NCG programming for the month of December and a sneak peek at the January programs we currently have on our calendar.
December 8, 2014 | Family Philanthropy Exchange End-of-Year Gathering
If you’re an NCG member who works at a family foundation then you’re invited to this special gathering. Our Family Philanthropy Exchange (FPE) is one of NCG’s longest-running peer networks. We need the input of our members to keep the network strong and vibrant. Join us as we discuss future plans for the FPE. Learn More
December 16, 2014 | California Policy Forum Webinar: Local Control Funding Formula Implementation Updates and Opportunities
Once again NCG is partnering with CalNonprofits, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers to present a statewide policy webinar. This year’s final webinar focuses on the most significant school reform California has seen in decades. Learn More
January Sneak Peek
January 8, 2015 | NCG Book Club Discussion of A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki
The Humanities and the Professions Reading and Discussion Group, a.k.a. the NCG Book Club, was formed following NCG's 1987 Annual Meeting which used great literary texts to examine complex social and moral dilemmas. Join your fellow bibliophiles for an informal lunch-time discussion of A Tale for the Time Being. Learn More
January 29, 2015 | Communications Salon
Calling all communications staff—there’s a new peer network in town. Join your peers for an informal getting-to-know-you brown-bag lunch. NCG is excited to host this first salon of 2015 and provide our members with an opportunity to connect with peers who tackle the same challenges you do in your day-to-day work. So bring your lunch and an appetite to talk shop. Learn More
Programming Ideas: We Want To Hear From You!
NCG has a long tradition of presenting programs brought to us by our members.
If you have a program idea, please contact us!