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Resources from California Philanthropy Forum: Are We Ready For Healthcare Expansion?

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Governor Jerry Brown has signed a state spending plan for the coming fiscal year that will expand Medi-Cal coverage to more than one million low-income and uninsured Californians, a key element of implementing the Affordable Care Act. What will the legislation mean for philanthropy and nonprofits? On Thursday July 25, California Philanthropy—Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers —and the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits) presented a statewide webinar to discuss the Medi-Cal expansion and the issues that...

Resources from California Philanthropy Forum: Should Californians Welcome Social Impact Bonds?

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On May 10th Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers—and the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits) presented a special statewide webinar briefing on this emerging trend in social innovation.

Resources for Redistricting: Providing Fair Representation for Californians

As California continues to prepare for the 2020 Census, it is easy to forget that redistricting comes immediately after. Similar to the census, redistricting will have high-stakes impact on public sector leadership, political power, and financial resources for the decade that follows. California is one of the few states with an independent and impartial system to redraw its districts. Recently, more philanthropic organizations have turned their attention to redistricting and the diverse roles they can play. In partnership with California Census 2020 Statewide Funders’ Table and Grantmakers...

Resources for Building Greater Economic Mobility Through Social Enterprise

A Californian coalition ( The Economic Mobility Collaborative ) sets out this vision: “Every Californian should have a chance to work, to discover their potential, and to share that potential with others.” The Collaborative suggests that, among the most important things we need to do is to, “effectively promote evidence-driven approaches designed for accountability and inclusion and needed to restore trust and confidence in government’s ability to solve big problems.” Economic mobility is an especially remote dream for Californians who have been incarcerated or homeless, and young adults who...

Resources for Funding Hate: A Philanthropist's Guide to Prevention

Philanthropy supports community and policy partners to change hearts and minds and improve quality of life. The solutions funded can be as diverse as the people innovating them, so a critical step in grantmaking is gaining an understanding of the values and belief systems driving an organization’s work. In a world where a nonprofit “elevator pitch” has become as honed as a startup, due diligence must go beyond verifying tax status to include scrutiny, policies and procedures that screen out hate groups. In particular, we must understand how white nationalist ideology paints itself in terms of...

Resources for When the World Tilts: Adaptive Leadership for VUCA Times

In this first conversation about adaptive leadership, we heard from two seasoned leadership development professionals and philanthropic peers the art of tending to ourselves as a prerequisite for more effective social change. We explored how to cultivate self-awareness, self-regulation, new perspectives, and generative ways of working and working together. To watch a recording of the webinar, please click here .
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