The California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) supports the testing and evaluation of innovative approaches to improve health care. To help achieve this goal, CHCF has developed an investment fund to support health care technology and service companies with the potential to significantly improve quality of care, lower the total cost of care, or improve access to care for low-income Californians. View their website for investment criteria and strategy.
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Storytelling is a fundamental part of culture and happens to be one of the best ways to teach, persuade, and even understand ourselves.
Published by National Immigration Law Center (March 2014). This flyer provides descriptions of various immigration reliefs, the relief's legal authority and information about who is eligible.
13 Dec 2016
December 13, 2016 -
5:00pm to 7:30pm
111 Minna Gallery
Join your philanthropy crew at the 111 Minna Gallery for the most fun to be had this side of Mardi Gras at our annual holiday party. Get down and celebrate the year's accomplishments with art, music, a photo booth, hors d'oeuvres and drinks.
18 Mar 2016
March 18, 2016 -
9:00am to 11:30am
World Affairs Council
Join us for a lively panel discussion with advocacy leaders, both funders and grantees, as we explore what’s been learned through the successful California child health care advocacy efforts, how these lessons might help you reach your goals, what...
With the uncertainty of the Affordable Care Act, the ACA policy brief at our annual conference was a packed house. Jim Hickman , CEO of Better Health East Bay , moderated the panel. Hear his takeaways from the conversation and how...
Presentation by Terri Ann Lowenthal for Northern California Grantmakers' program in Oct 2017 on the 2020 Census.
The California Endowment, the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz, the Ford Foundation, the Rosenberg Foundation, the San Francisco Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Women's Foundation...
On March 8, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1 , which is perhaps the most comprehensive political reform proposal in a generation by our elected representatives. The “For the People Act” seeks to restore faith in our republican democracy as a genuinely representative system open to broad participation and protected from corruption and the outsized influence of special interest money. The provisions of the bill would make it easier for people to vote and strengthen campaign finance & ethics laws.
Participants joined the San Francisco Bay Area Local Engagement Group (LEG) for a peer-to-peer conversation on board engagement.
The Communications Network is partnering with the Stanford Social Innovation Review to launch Making Ideas Move, a blog series on the power of communications that will feature a series of thought pieces by leaders whose organizations use...
Hosted by NCG, Marin Community Foundation and Rebuild the Dream, this briefing featured Van Jones and other movement leaders exploring Tech's diversity problem and how #YesWeCode endeavors to address it.
A report prepared by JSI Research & Training Institute, titled Integrating Housing Strategies with Health: An Opportunity to Advance Whole-Person Care in California.
I am not gonna lie: the world is some tricky s**t right now. All around us, we are confronting myriad, urgent challenges: to the safety and well-being of our loved ones and neighbors, to the vitality of communities undermined by disparities and...
In this workshop, participants gained an understanding of how the full costs of program delivery are calculated and the importance of funding full costs from a grantmaking perspective.
NCG's signature program, New Grantmakers Institute: Grantmaking for the 21st Century , helps those new to philanthropy to build understanding of best practices for ethical and effective grantmaking.
This Health & Environmental Funders Network issue brief is an excellent "first-read" for funders newly interested in environmental health and environmental justice. It provides funders with a basic understanding of concerns about environmental impacts on health and an introduction to strategies grantmakers are pursuing to address these impacts.