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Resources from California Philanthropy’s Role in Making the Federal Government Work For All

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09/2017
In our program on September 19 (California Philanthropy’s Role in Making the Federal Government Work For All), Max Stier, President and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service, and Barbara Kibbe, Director of Organizational Effectiveness at the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, engaged in a Q&A about the Partnership’s observations on current dynamics in the federal government, as well as its emerging effort to help government connect with, and learn from, the dynamism and innovative thinking in California.
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Resources from Fighting Intolerance in the Bay Area and Beyond

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09/2017
In a September 12 event, NCG convened local and national experts to discuss the rise of hate crimes, bullying, and other forms of bigotry in recent months. We learned what funders can do to help overcome these challenges, through education, policy, organizing, and communications.
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Resources from Strengthening Your CSR Impact Story with a Program Outcomes Framework

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09/2017
In this September 26 workshop, we explored how companies tell a strong CSR Impact story, reviewed the process for clarifying priority program goals, and learned how to build a framework for identifying and collecting the signature program information and data necessary to tell that story.
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Resources from After Hurricane Harvey and Irma: Specific Challenges Facing Immigrants and Refugees

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09/2017
In this webinar co-sponsored with Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, members learned about unique post-disaster challenges facing immigrants and refugees, particularly those who are low-income and limited English proficient, and explored both their immediate and long-term needs. We discussed ways that philanthropy can most effectively support recovery and rebuilding efforts in diverse affected regions in the months and years that lie ahead.
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Resources from 2018 Political Forecast | What Can We Expect and How Can We Prepare?

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08/2017
On August 15, the California Policy Forum together with CalNonprofits, Philanthropy California (a collaboration between Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers), and the League of California Community Foundations presented an interactive webinar on the political landscape in California in the coming year.
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Resources from Proof Positive: Where Next for Whole Person Care?

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08/2017
At an August 22 event, the Bay Area Health Funders Group led an interactive session to learn how foundations can engage in systems-change work, how we can build successful public-private partnerships, what we’re learning from the Whole Person Care pilots in the Bay Area, and what role foundations can play in advancing a healthier future for all Californians.
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Resources from Break Through the Noise with Active Listening and Smart Resurfacing

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07/2017
At a July 11 event, Northern California Grantmakers together with Atlantic Media Strategies (the digital consultancy of The Atlantic) explored how to join conversations at the moments that matter most to audiences by anticipating and responding to trending topics. Today, it’s harder than ever to grab—and keep—audiences’ attention. Actively growing, engaging, and listening to audiences is critical for organizations hoping to keep pace in a competitive media landscape.
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Resources from ComNetworkSF | Connecting with Audiences in an Uncertain Age

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07/2017
ComNetworkSF, a local group of The Communications Network, and Northern California Grantmakers together with Atlantic Media Strategies (the digital consultancy of The Atlantic) convened to take a look at the modern media mindset today in a July 12 program. We are in a time of unprecedented uncertainty—as an industry and as a nation. During times of ambiguity, audiences crave understanding. Foundations and nonprofits of all kinds are grappling with how can they emerge as trusted sources in the face of today’s chaotic media and political landscape. We explored how foundations and other...
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Resources from The Problem of Poverty isn’t Getting any Younger: A Funder Briefing on Poverty and Aging

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07/2017
Our region’s increasing poles of wealth and poverty and racial disparities mean people getting older will need thoughtful action now if we are to build the kind of inclusive participatory communities we value. On July 27th, the Metta Fund, Thomas J. Long Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, and NCG brought together a robust panel to discuss and equip members with thoughtful insights into the ways that inequity plays out as we age across economic justice, racial equity, asset building, women’s issues, workforce development, and social determinants of health.

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