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Resources from Flipping the Script on Disaster: A Tale of Three Resilient Cities

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06/2017
At NCG’s May 31 event, Flipping the Script on Disaster: A Tale of Three Cities , the Chief Resilience Officers of Oakland and San Francisco each shared their city’s resilience strategy and ways for philanthropy to support resilience. The Honorable Libby Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland, also offered her perspective on resilience and current efforts in Oakland. The Managing Director of the Bay Area Resilient By Design Challenge shared details of this new effort to catalyze innovative, collaborative planning to build resilience in advance of disaster. Although the Berkeley Chief Resilience Officer was...
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Resources from 'Using Data to Increase Access and Equity in Arts Education: A Funders Briefing on the California Arts Education Data Project'

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06/2017
Southern California Grantmakers, Northern California Grantmakers, and San Diego Grantmakers held an interactive webinar exploring the powerful role of new statewide data in increasing equity and access to arts education across the state. The California Arts Education Data Project, which reports and analyzes school-level data on arts education courses in grades 6–12, is a joint effort of Create CA (California’s statewide arts education coalition), the California Department of Education , and the Arts Education Data Project . During this webinar, private and public funders explored the Data...
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Drawing Electoral Lines: Making Redistricting Work for All | 6/7/2017

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06/2017
With our expert panel, we had an informed, nonpartisan dialogue about the legal, political, practical, and charitable routes toward fairer redistricting. We discussed what solutions could work better, and how funders can support a redistricting process that is independent, transparent and ensures that communities are fully and fairly represented locally, at the state level, and in Congress.
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Resources from Collaboration Gone Right: 9 Funders and 69 Nonprofits Make Regional Change Work

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06/2017
For far too long, communities across the San Joaquin Valley haven’t had access to the same opportunities that make California golden for other regions. Inspired directly by the voices of San Joaquin Valley Health Fund partners, over 1000 San Joaquin Valley residents came to the capital to advocate for a shared policy agenda that’s an all-in approach for racial and health equity on some of the most pressing issues facing the Valley. They showed the power of funder and community collaborations with their call for “a Golden State for All.” The program offered a case study of the Fund and how its...
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Resources from Brace for Impact: What Possible Federal Budget Cuts Mean for the Bay Area

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06/2017
We hosted two summer programs, one in San Francisco and one in the Peninsula, addressing current budget issues. The federal budget season kicked off in high gear with the release of presidential priorities in March. While the federal budget is far from being finalized, the anticipated impact may be widespread across housing, transportation, health, arts, workforce, immigration, and many other areas. How will cuts impact public service, communities and nonprofits? Given that philanthropy will not be able to fill all of the gaps, what are the best strategies to help the region prepare and...
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Resources from A Case of Uncertainty: The 2017 California State Budget

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03/2017
This year’s the Governor’s proposed budget presents a significantly different tone than those of the last few years. It reflects lower revenues, a $1.6 billion projected shortfall, an expected economic downturn and deep uncertainty about what the federal government will do regarding the Affordable Care Act(ACA) and other federal programs. In fact, the proposal is based on current federal policy and doesn’t account for possible cuts to the estimated $20 billion or more that California relies on for health insurance subsidies and expanded Medi-Cal coverage.
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Resources from An Optimist’s Guide to Benefits in the Gig Economy

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03/2017
Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) and the Asset Funders Network (AFN) invited funders to hear from the Aspen Institute Future of Work Initiative, the Indy Worker Guild , and the National Domestic Workers Alliance to develop an understanding of the opportunities and challenges of the gig economy. We also explored potential policy and other solutions that might support the particular needs of low-wage workers in this new area of the economy.
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Resources from Funding Bolder Advocacy

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03/2017
Advocacy is often the most effective—yet misunderstood—strategy in the philanthropy toolbox. This event helped participants to better understand their foundations' rights to fund or engage in public policy, which was led by advocacy law expert Sara Matlin from Alliance for Justice’s Bolder Advocacy project . This document is the slides from the March 9, 2017 workshop titled Funding Bolder Advocacy.
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Resources from: A New Vision For Comprehensive Capacity Building (A GEO special feature)

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01/2017
We know that grantmakers can bolster nonprofit effectiveness and results by supporting capacity-building initiatives, thus ensuring their grantees have what they need to deliver on their missions over the long haul. As part of GEO and NCG’s partnership, we’re happy to offer this dynamic and comprehensive workshop, which tackles the essential questions that drive the design of effective capacity building support. Developed with information and insights gathered over many years of working with grantmakers on this topic, A New Vision for Comprehensive Capacity Building takes participants on a...
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Post-Election Special: What Did We Learn? What’s Next? | 11/30/2016

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12/2016
After a long and ugly ride, what are the key takeaways from the election? Where will these results take us? And what are the long-term strategies that will fuel the growing movement for a direct and participatory democracy?

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