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That’s right. For one lucky NCG member we will comp their $225 registration fee. This includes members who’ve already registered—we’ll refund the cost of your registration. To be eligible to win your way to the annual conference all you have to do...
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...
27 May 2015
May 27, 2015 -
7:30am to 5:00pm
Join us on for the 2015 NCG Annual Conference as we explore how the philanthropic sector can move discussion of ideas and challenges to developing real-world solutions to cultivate healthier, thriving communities here in northern California.
Although women make up almost 50% of the physics students in high school, physics and astronomy have the lowest percentages of women professionals out of all STEM fields. The Heising-Simons Foundation is helping to increase the percentage - hear...
29 Jul 2021
Areas of Focus
July 29, 2021 -
10:00am to 11:00am
Do you understand how to interpret the information in a nonprofit's financial statements, and do you know enough to spot a red flag or ask questions? For board members, executives, and management, having a good understanding of an organization’s...
In a letter to members released this week, Northern California Grantmakers President and CEO Ellen LaPointe announced that NCG will be focusing its strategic efforts in three key areas moving forward.
The Bay Area’s global reputation for innovation, natural beauty, and a high quality of living can make it easy to underestimate the depth and range of needs facing many across the region.
On July 24th, 70 members of the Sacramento Creating Community Solutions Network who began work on Sacramento's Mental Health Action Plan over a year ago, joined to celebrate at the Sierra Health Foundation.
NCG's members are speaking up, some for the first time, about the protests, the killings, and the structural racism behind them. Several point toward organizations we can fund right now to fuel this movement. We are proud to share all of them here.
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NCG members we are looking for news to feature on our website. We invite you to send us your press releases, your news features, your recently published reports. And all you have to do is fill out an online form.
One of NCG's valuable membership benefits is that you gain access to NCFP's Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center, the world’s premier source of information and inspiration for family philanthropy.
18 Mar 2015
March 18, 2015 -
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Northern California Grantmakers
Are you new to NCG? Or, have you been a member for a while, but would like a refresher on what NCG membership has to offer? Come meet NCG staff, mingle with your peers in the field, and find out how to make the most of your NCG membership.
That’s right! Our sources tell us that NCG members are pioneers when it comes to “Get on the Map” participation. We here at NCG couldn’t be more thrilled because member participation means a more robust regional and statewide map.
Last Thursday, NCG once again partnered with the San Francisco Business Times to present their 2016 Corporate Philanthropy Awards & Summit . The event honored the Top 83 Bay Area Corporate Philanthropists, 20 of which were NCG members. These 20...
NCG Board members and their organizations are speaking out and taking action in response to Charlottesville.
This morning, The San Francisco Business Times presented the NCG sponsored, Corporate Philanthropy Awards & Summit. NCG is proud to announce that 15 of our corporate members were on the list and three of them were in The Fab Five.
As a part of our Member Spotlight series, we spoke with Amy Saxton , Vice President of Program Development at The James Irvine Foundation. Amy shared how she is approaching her work, program strategy, and where others can jump in to collaborate.