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Based on a January 2013 survey of more than five thousand large independent, family, corporate, and community foundations in the U.S., it illustrates the response of over eleven hundred foundations to the question: Does your foundation use social media to advance its mission? There's a lot of info to review here, and we know you'll want to spend some time with it. So, we'll just leave you with five tips (included at the bottom) designed to jump-start your foundation's social media efforts: Follow your grantees and other foundations. Cross-promote your social media presence on you Web site,...
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14 Jun 2017
June 14, 2017 - 8:30am to June 15, 2017 - 5:00pm
Museum of Jewish Heritage
Philanthropy California (an initiative of Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers) is pleased to support the 2017 Social Impact Exchange Conference on Scaling Impact. This year’s Conference theme is...
Thanks to everyone who participated in NCG’s 2014 Annual Conference this past Tuesday. And a special thank you to all the individuals who tweeted throughout the day using our conference hashtag #NCG2014–thanks to you all we have this nifty Storify...
Thanks to everyone who participated in NCG's 2015 Annual Conference yesterday! Check out the social media summary of attendee's tweets.
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Natural disasters are the great equalizers, razing a cruel path regardless of income, heritage, or history. When the firestorm blazed through Redwood and Potter Valleys on the night of October 8 th over 7,000 residents fled, leaving behind a...
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During the Forum of Regional Association of Grantmakers 2016 Annual Conference, its membership elected two of NCG's own to join its Board of Directors.
NCG member the Mimi and Peter Haas Fund has appointed Jennifer Curran as its new Program Director. Join us in welcoming her to the NCG community!
NCG Member The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced yesterday the appointment of Vidya Krishnamurthy as the Foundation's Director of Communications.
Last week, The James Irvine Foundation announced the election of Lydia Villarreal, Superior Court Judge of Monterey County, as Chair of The James Irvine Foundation Board of Directors. Join us in welcoming her to the NCG community!
Asian Americans/Pacific Islands in Philanthropy (AAPIP) announced earlier this week the appointment of Cora Mirikitani as its new Executive Director and President. Please join us in welcoming Cora to her new role!
NCG member The Christensen Fund announced the appointment of Dr. Sanjay Kabir Bavikatte as the foundation's next Executive Director. He will take begin with the foundation's headquarters in San Francisco near the end of the year.