Join the Legal Services Funders Network (LSFN) as Julia Wilson, Executive Director of OneJustice, sheds light on where and how legal services organizations attempt to meet the needs of individuals and communities throughout California.
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November 30, 2015
CalNonprofit's Causes Count is the first report of its kind to examine the nonprofit sector’s scope, activities and economic impact in the state of California.
The struggle to break the cycle of poverty is often paved with legal potholes. For this event we explored collaborations and investments of foundations, individual donors, corporations, law firms, government and bar associations in Civil Legal Aid.
California Budget & Policy Center's report looks at our state’s health care system for children and their families, including both public health care coverage and public health programs.
Challenges to the Delivery of Aid to Low-Income Individuals: Proposed Cuts to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
How can foundations use pro-bono services to support their grantees with communications strategies, information technology, board and executive leadership development, or any other number of nonprofit capacity and organizational challenges? As part of Global Pro Bono Week, NCG is partnering with the Taproot Foundation to present a special program on how funders can support their grantees' work by providing much-needed pro-bono services.
The Legal Services Funder Network (LSFN) is an informal group of funders who support civil legal service organizations as a strategy to help alleviate poverty.
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Join the Legal Services Funders Network (LSFN) as they explore the effects of the proposed cuts to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
Open Until Filled
In this second workshop from NCG's Financial Workshop Series, funders gained an understanding of how to assess a nonprofit organization’s financial health when no audited financial statements are available.
This Center for Evaluation Innovation brief produced in collaboration with ORS Impact summarizes 10 theories grounded in social science about how policy change happens.
Presentations regarding the displacement of nonprofit organizations resulting from the effects of rising rents in San Francisco and an exploration of the strategies being implemented by the City in partnership with foundations
This Nonprofit Finance Fund report focuses on systemic barriers within the arts funding system—as well as the actions and strategies that arts organizations are taking to cope with those barriers, while adapting to a world in artistic flux.
It’s a new year! Make a resolution to make the most of your NCG membership. And in case you need any help in figuring out how to do so, here are ten ways to engage in 2014.
The Emergency Loan Fund (ELF) is a collaborative program of the members of NCG.
Van Jones shouted it. Robert Reich stated it. Carol Larson emphasized it. Numerous panelists and speakers demonstrated it. The conference itself could not have been possible without it.
If you’re still wondering what to expect at this year’s Annual Conference, NCG cornered Member Services Senior Manager Phuong Quach for a quick Q&A on how the conference is shaping up.
Last month NCG corporate members had the opportunity to learn more about Shared Value from FSG Managing Director Lalitha Vaidyanathan.