This feature article by Inside Philanthropy reminds colleagues in the sector of the ongoing pressures caused by nonprofit displacement. NCG, together with The San Francisco Foundation and other partners, established the nonprofit displacement crisis as a regional issue with the release of our report last year. This article highlights the Nonprofit Displacement Project briefings and report.
Read the piece originally published on the SSIR by NCG members Lindsay Louie and Fay Twersky from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. You can hear from Fay when she leads and interviews the panel of the Silver Linings Playbook workshop at our 2017 Annual Conference on April 17th!
NCG member, the Marin Community Foundation, published the letter, California Rising, from it's President & CEO, Dr. Thomas Peters. We whole-heartedly agree!
We have become accustomed in philanthropy to being measured and careful and thoughtful. We have hired brilliant staff and consultants to craft programs and strategies and put them in place. We have gathered evidence that our programs work and jettisoned those that don’t. But smart as we are, we have not yet broken out of the need to each have our own strategy, our own processes, our own self-imposed silos.
Historical injustices—perpetuated by racial and cultural conflicts, and exacerbated by a lack of empathy—are at the heart of America’s growing economic, social, and political inequalities.
NCG Member O2 Initiatives has announced the new recipients of their annual O2 Sabbatical Award. The O2 Sabbatical Award honors the commitment and accomplishments of exceptional San Francisco Bay Area leaders by providing them with a much-needed break for personal and professional reinvigoration. Find out who the Awardees are!
NCG's board member Roger Doughty, President of the Horizons Foundation, is speaking at our upcoming program, on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. He will be joined by three other speakers to dive into local funding landscapes while considering how funders can respond to attacks on LGBTQ rights. They will touch on issues most pressing in the face of this new administration, including criminalization, immigration and religious exemptions. Read Roger's letter, And so it begins, in preparation for the program.
This memorandum provides highlights from the Governor’s proposed budget, which will face scrutiny by the State Legislature over the next few months.
The East Bay Community Foundation is excited to announce the hiring of two key leadership positions at EBCF; Alexandra Aquino-Fike and Stacey Manley. Join us in welcoming them to the NCG community!