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How Funders Can Engage in California’s Recall Elections

Publication date: 
08/2021
How Funders Can Engage in California’s Recall Elections by Rebecca M. Hamburg, Chief Network Officer, California Donor Table Fund ( rebecca@californiadonortablefund.org ) California is facing an unprecedented wave of recalls threatening our democracy. Disinformation and voter suppression could deeply impact these off-year special elections by encouraging low voter turnout. To fight off these threats, the grantees of the California Donor Table Fund and their partner organizations need sustained support from funders who share our belief that leadership by people and...
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Foundation Maps | California

Publication date: 
09/2015
Welcome to the Northern California Grantmakers Map This map is provided to you as part of the campaign to “Get on the Map” which is a national partnership between Northern California Grantmakers, Southern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers, Candid and the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers. Foundation Maps: California is an interactive map showing more than 80,000 grants by over a hundred California foundations, who electronically share their grantmaking data through Candid's Electronic Reporting program. The first of its kind, this map provides a...
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GrantCraft

Publication date: 
05/2014
GrantCraft collects practical wisdom from grantmakers, then turns it into guides, workshops, videos, and other tools to help grantmakers hone their craft. They offer frameworks to help organize grantmaker work, make it more strategic, and benchmark effectiveness. Materials can be used for starting a discussion, orienting new staff, or introducing ideas to colleagues and trustees. Visit Grantcraft to explore: Guides GrantCraft guides explore challenges grantmakers face every day, whether they are new to grantmaking, sharpening their practice, or leading within their foundations, fields, or...
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CHCF Health Innovation Fund

The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) supports the testing and evaluation of innovative approaches to improve health care. To help achieve this goal, CHCF has developed an investment fund to support health care technology and service companies with the potential to significantly improve quality of care, lower the total cost of care, or improve access to care for low-income Californians. View their website for investment criteria and strategy.
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Key Lessons Learned for Philanthropy about Disaster Response and Recovery

Our nation’s philanthropic and nonprofit leaders, in cooperation with first-responders and government personnel, have amassed a wealth of knowledge on disaster response and recovery. These are some of the key lessons learned by the contributors to The Disaster Playbook.
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