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In collaboration with Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees , NCG will provide members with resources, talking points, and guidance for submitting public comments. NCG will also provide individual assistance to members who are...
On April 16th, 2018, we hosted our 2018 NCG Annual Conference, the largest gathering of the philanthropic community in Northern California.This year’s conference, Together for Good, featured lead thinkers on the critical issues of our time, such as the role of media in upholding democracy, overcoming social inequality, and advancing narrative change. We dug deep into how philanthropy can – and must – bring to bear not only financialresources, but also our collective leadership, voice, action and empathy to really move the ball.
Yesterday the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Proposition 8, a voter approved ban on same-sex marriage, is unconstitutional.
NCG Member Shelley Trott, Director of Arts Strategy and Ventures at the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, has been selected as a finalist for the Council on Foundations (COF) Scrivner Award.
View the resources from NCG's 2019 Annual Conference.
NCG’s board and staff are pleased to announce the conclusion of a rigorous search for the organization’s next president and CEO. From a pool of nearly 90 candidates and many strong contenders, one leader emerged as the consensus choice of board,...
We are pleased to announce that the three regional associations of grantmakers in California—Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers and Southern California Grantmakers—are embarking on an exciting initiative to collaborate more...
This past year has given us all a lot to process – the Women’s March, #TakeAKnee, Charlottesville, #MeToo, and so much more. Making sense of it all can feel like we’re swimming upstream. Luckily, cultural expert Wesley ...
Congratulations to NCG member Claire Solot, Managing Director of the Bigglesworth Family Foundation who was honored at OneJustice network’s annual Opening Doors to Justice awards reception.
On the fence about the Corporate Philanthropy Institute? Here are 10 reasons to jump!
Congratulations to Shelley Trott, Director of Arts Strategy & Ventures at the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, who was selected as the winner of the Council on Foundations' Robert W. Scrivner Award for Creative Grantmaking.
This month NCG members have the opportunity to hear from 2014 MacArthur genius and work activist Ai-Jen Poo on a transformative leadership process used to develop leadership skills for organizing and building power.
This program will highlight how the Levi Strauss Foundation is partnering with pioneering nonprofit leaders to embrace technology and breakthrough forms of collaboration. Participants will learn how the Foundation approaches leadership capacity...
The James Irvine Foundation is making adjustments to its grantmaking practice. In his January letter, President & CEO Don Howard says the new focus will continually change as it advances its new goals.
We are pleased to announce that California Attorney General Xavier Becerra will give the opening remarks at NCG’s Annual Conference next Monday on the question...
With January now behind us, surely we’ve all caught up on the e-mail that was waiting for us after the winter holiday. And just in case some items fell below your radar, here’s a round up of NCG members who were recently in the news and making some...
NCG members the Chinese American Community Foundation and Silicon Valley Community Foundation partners to publish this report to better understand and celebrate the Chinese American community in the Bay Area, including the many contributions made to...
08 Apr 2014
April 8, 2014 -
9:00am to 4:30pm
For our inaugural Annual Conference we are pleased to feature two thought-provoking and engaging speakers: Former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich and Rebuild the Dream President Van Jones. Both speakers will address how the issue of income...