On July 14th, NCG member The San Francisco Foundation announced its $34 Million investment into the City of Oakland.
NCG member Cathy Cha, Program Director for Immigrant Rights and Integration at the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, published Taking on Wedge Politics discussing how foundations can take race issues head on.
This year, NCG member The San Francisco Foundation is partnering with KQED and NCG member Full Circle Fund to present the John R. May Innovation Award, a community choice award.
NCG member The Christensen Fund announced the appointment of Dr. Sanjay Kabir Bavikatte as the foundation's next Executive Director. He will take begin with the foundation's headquarters in San Francisco near the end of the year.
NCG Board Member Sara Davis, Director of Grants Management at The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation collaboratively authored "Blur the Lines, Sharpen the Work" with Jessica Bearman and Marc McDonald on the future of grants management.
Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy has recognized 25 honorees that represent a diverse group from all across the country, including NCG members!
NCG member The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation President Larry Kramer answers HistPhil’s questions about the role of philanthropy in democracy.
NCG member O2 Initiatives is launching their annual O2 Sabbatical Awards. The O2 Sabbatical Award honors the commitment and accomplishments of exceptional nonprofit leaders in San Francisco and Alameda Counties.
The Bay Area has always been home to changemakers and forward-thinkers who challenge the status quo.
Congratulations to NCG member Claire Solot, Managing Director of the Bigglesworth Family Foundation who was honored at OneJustice network’s annual Opening Doors to Justice awards reception.