Recently NCG member, and the Program Director of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation's Global Development and Population program, Ruth Levine took to the Foundation's blog to reflect on the process she and her staff use to identify quality research for funding purposes.
NCG member the Kenneth Rainin Foundation has launched a multimedia site to share their 2014 highlights including their partnership with the San Francisco Film Society, how CAST (Community Arts Stabilization Trust) has taken off, the launch of a literacy program and more. Check it out!
The EPIP National Advisory Board has launched a search for the next Executive Director of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Do you need a reason to register for this year’s Annual Conference? Here are ten reasons you shouldn't miss this year's annual conference on May 27th. Early-Bird registration ends April 24th!
Launched in 2014, the Hellman Foundation's Collaborative Change Initiative will support a small number of collaborations in San Francisco and Alameda Counties to increase their potential for game-changing impact. Deadline for Statement of Interest submissions if March 19th.
NCG member The San Francisco Foundation is once again recruiting for its Multicultural Fellows program. This two-year, full time position aims to increase diversity in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. Deadline for applications is March 23, 2015.
Two days before the U.S. government launched one of President Obama’s executive actions, a Texas federal judge issued an injunction blocking it and other programs from moving forward across the United States. What's next?
NCG member Benjamin Jealous, Partner at the Kapor Center for Social Impact, is co-hosting a launch party to celebrate the release a book he recently co-edited. Reach: 40 Black Men Speak on Living, Leading and Succeeding is a collection of personal essays by black men from all walks of life.
Who wouldn’t want a dynamic mapping tool that shows you who’s funding what in our region? Imagine how such a tool would inform your grantmaking. Does such a tool exist? Not yet. But the operative word is “yet.” Don't miss out on this opportunity to access a new and exciting tool.
IssueLab, a service of the Foundation Center, is working with The Atlantic Philanthropies to systematically capture and share lessons learned from the last 15 years of funding in the area of migration and immigration rights. Submit your case studies, lessons learned or evaluations!