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Recovery Priorities for the Philanthropic Sector 1. Ensure access to quality healthcare and mental health services for all Harness the knowledge, relationships and trust of community organizers Develop strategies to ensure equitable distribution of...
KQED is partnering with us for our 2016 Annual Conference | The Power of Now on May 25th at the Microsoft Campus in Mountain View. They are helping to create sessions and media content as well as providing news talent as moderators to draw the best...
At this moment, many nonprofits are facing greater fiscal uncertainty than ever before. Government funding is precarious, with budgets and priorities changing daily. However, nonprofits that have focused on capacity are faring better than most.
Since the release of the Nonprofit Displacement Report in 2016, national and local media have supported the spread of the issue and the work we are doing. View some of the external media below. The Bay Area Reporter...
This brief on COVID-19 testing is designed to support philanthropic discussion and aid in the coordination of the sector’s response. Philanthropy California offers a series of policy issues for consideration and action. Testing is a critical component in tracking and combating the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals are asymptomatic for up to 2 weeks post-exposure, which influences their judgment on where and how to interact socially. Many have unwittingly put others at risk through social interaction or through community contact (e.g. spreading the virus to door handles, grab bars, etc.) before...
Immigrants, like all consumers, need access to high-quality financial services that meet their day-to-day transactional needs and set them up for long-term financial success. This report by the Center for Financial Services Innovation and the National Council of La Raza examines these unique financial circumstances and identifies seven key strategies that financial institutions can adopt to build long-term relationships with this underserved demographic group.
The first part of a three-part financial workshop series in partnership with Fiscal Management Associates (FMA). All three workshops in this series are designed to help funders support your grantees in building financial management practices, strengthen your partnership with grantees for financial sustainability and inform your own grantmaking practice.
2021 AC Logo Horizontal.png Please add your voice to the quick Day 1 survey below. */ /*--> */ //--> //--> //--> //--> */ /*--> */ Day 1 Conference Survey 1. Do you believe philanthropy has a central role in ending racial inequities? Yes No Unsure 2...
Participants learned how to evaluate their grantee's current financial health. This training helps you to develop a comprehensive picture of your grantee's financial performance to better assist in times of a grantee's growth or crisis phase.
JUMP TO: Multi-County Funds Single-county funds Multi-County Funds The funds below support communities in multiple counties. California Community Foundation: Wildfire Relief Fund This fund supports both immediate disaster relief...
Commissioned by the Asian Pacific Islander Council (API Council) and prepared by Davis Y. Ja and Associates, this study marks a preliminary assessment of the structural indicators of health and wellness of Asian Pacific Islander populations in the San Francisco.
For more than a decade, Northern California Grantmakers has partnered with the California Budget Project to inform members about the annual budgets that impact underserved communities and grantees they serve.
16 Jun 2020
June 16, 2020 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Learn about the power of narrative frames and how to use that power in this time of crisis. This workshop with Trabian Shorters offers an opportunity to explore a new ways to talk about constituents and community, encouraging us to think differently...
Instead of relying only on economic analysis, Measure of America’s A Portrait of California uses the human development approach to tell us how people are doing. Three dimensions—a long and healthy life, access to knowledge, and a decent standard of living—are examined in detail and presented along a simple ten-point scale: the American Human Development (HD) Index.
This report by Measure of America is an in-depth look at how residents of America’s 436 congressional districts are faring in three fundamental areas of life: health, access to knowledge, and living standards.