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We are delighted to announce an all-new game show, Who Wants to Grant A Billion which will debut at our Annual Conference on May 4. This is NCG’s take on the classic television game show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. You guessed it, this game is about anything and everything philanthropic, funder, and policy-related!
Get ready to have a good laugh while simultaneously learning facts about the giving sector. Who Wants to Grant A Billion will feature our President and CEO, Dwayne Marsh as the game show host, and Sarah Treuhaft as the game show policy expert
As a part of the Annual Conference, registrants can join our 2022 Membership Meeting. You'll hear from Board leadership who will share the results of your Board vote, new ways you can leverage your membership, and what's in store for the rest of 2022.
Be a part of the movement! Join us for Taking Action: Youth + Mental Health, a breakout session during NCG’s Annual Conference the that will dive into the critical role that youth mental health plays in the path to justice in our region, nation and world.
The mishandling of COVID-19 breakouts among incarcerated individuals, lack of reentry programs, unethical prison labor practices, and continued abuse within the prison structure demonstrates a broken system. Philanthropy has historically shied away from focusing on incarceration and abolition because of their political divisiveness, leaving incarcerated individuals and their families to suffer disproportionately.
All of our futures depend on supporting young people now —especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color youth who have experienced the most severe impacts of the pandemic. Times call for philanthropy to act together and share power with Bay Area youth to counter the educational, social, and emotional losses from more than a year without in-person learning at public schools.
Solana Rice, Michael McAfee, and Dwayne S. Marsh are diving into what shifts in governance means for philanthropy. Join us as we talk through the shifts that are needed to ensure an equitable recovery.
- Michael McAfee, President & CEO, PolicyLink
- Solana Rice, Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director, Liberation in a Generation
- Dwayne S. Marsh, President and CEO, Northern California Grantmakers
Rather than consider an equitable recovery, which implies a return to what once was, let us consider an equitable re-imagination, disruption, and restructure of what is possible to build a collective better future. Dr. Manuel Pastor will share why and how this can be done with a community-centered approach and argues why movement-building needs to be at the core of our focus. Join us for what promises to be an engaging and thought-provoking keynote.