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The Stockton Few Have Seen: A Funder Perspective

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05/10/2018
The City of Stockton is an example of the resilience and hope that make California a great state. It is a city known for its diversity and also for its challenges, such as when it filed for bankruptcy in 2011. But like the Phoenix of Greek mythology...

Kathryn Tucker on Cultural Taboos

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05/10/2018
It has long been a cultural taboo to talk about dying. But there is an important cultural shift taking place.

How Funders Can Better Serve Grantees

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05/10/2018
I was born in New Mexico and grew up in a large, hard-working family. My visionary Mexican-American parents pushed us to pursue a college education and to never settle for anything less than our very best. Their guidance led me to a career that I...

Rainin's Big Bet: Real Estate

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04/26/2018
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation is not alone in wondering how to make more of its dollars and influence to help organizations stay put as rents continue to soar across the Bay Area. Hear from Shelley Trott at the Kenneth Rainin...

Let's Put Love Back into Philanthropy

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04/26/2018
NCG member, Masha Chernyak of the Latino Community Foundation recently spoke at our event, Social Justice in Disaster . She touched on relationship building with grantees and what trust brings to the way we do grantmaking. Hear...

Pam David's Next Play

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04/26/2018
NCG President and CEO, Ellen LaPointe, interviewed our Senior Fellow, Pam David, on her next play in philanthropy and baseball.

Thank You! An NCG Departure

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04/13/2018
Andrea Zussman, who joined NCG in the fall of 2016 to establish a Disaster Resilience, Relief, and Recovery program to support regional philanthropic disaster planning and readiness, will be leaving her position to devote herself full-time to the...

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