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Organized by: Philanthropy California

Dual enrollment, also known as concurrent enrollment, allows students to take college classes while still in high school. This can expand the course offerings available to high school students (from vocational pathways to advanced classes), increase postsecondary enrollment, and decrease the time and cost of postsecondary certificates and degrees. This virtual session will cover the … Continue reading Dual Enrollment’s Opportunity for K-12, Workforce Development, and Postsecondary Success

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Beyond Policy: Understanding Gun Violence Prevention

Organized by: Philanthropy California

Gun violence is the leading cause of death of children and teens in the United States, having disproportionately impacted BIPOC communities for generations. For far too long, the emphasis on gun violence reduction has focused on easy accessibility to guns without addressing the root causes and demanding direct input from those communities most impacted. This, combined … Continue reading Beyond Policy: Understanding Gun Violence Prevention

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Investment Strategies for Community Owned Real Estate

Organized by: Philanthropy California

Investing in community-led real estate infrastructure is a powerful strategy that promotes the security of place, creates affordability, builds wealth, and supports Black and Brown leadership of community real estate development. Community-based developers and developers of color have long faced barriers to capital, while private real estate investing firms are able to amass billions in … Continue reading Investment Strategies for Community Owned Real Estate

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Arts & Intersections

An ongoing look at the intersection of the arts and social justice, environmental justice, community health, youth development, and equitable workforce development. Join us for this virtual conversation about national initiatives to leverage the arts in addressing community-wide issues and opportunities in San Diego to engage artists and creatives in critical issues of the region. … Continue reading Arts & Intersections

Smart Growth California invites you to a funder discussion on how smaller cities across the state can and should be planning for sustainable and equitable growth. Much has been conjectured about the burgeoning trend of outward migration from California’s urban hubs as a result of the rise in remote work, but the push away from … Continue reading Beyond City Limits: How evolving migration patterns can reshape California and promote or harm the state’s climate progress

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Effective Resolution to Encampments

Funders Together to End Homelessness San Diego invites you to join us for a webinar on Effective Resolution to Encampments. Featuring guest speakers: Helene Schneider, Senior Regional Advisor, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness Dijana Beck, Acting Director, Department of Homeless Solutions, County of San Diego Arlene Halama, former encampment resident As homelessness continues to increase … Continue reading Effective Resolution to Encampments

Organized by: Northern California Grantmakers

This 90-minute presentation features representatives of Ability Central and a WITH Foundation vendor who will cover the basic principles of accessibility and introduce it as an element of having truly inclusive workplace environments. Institutions that are working on equity, diversity, and inclusion can learn how disability issues are a part of this work. Coming from … Continue reading Ramps Aren’t Enough: Improving Accessibility in Your Workplace | Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy Webinar Series

Organized by: Northern California Grantmakers

Following the first webinar, this 60-minute panel discussion will illustrate the value of accessibility and disability inclusion as part of intersectional and equitable grantmaking practices. Panel members, including Ability Centralstaffand representatives from other disability funders, will outline some of the inequitable practices of traditional nonprofit and philanthropy structures, suggest ways in which funders can adjust … Continue reading It’s About Equity, Not Kindness: Accessible and Inclusive Grantmaking Practices | Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy Webinar Series

Partner Event, Webinar

California Disaster Philanthropy Briefing: From Episodic Relief to Transformative Resilience

Organized by: Philanthropy California

In the last year alone, Californians have experienced the impacts of multiple climate disasters including severe drought, extreme heatwaves, earthquakes, catastrophic wildfires, and now several back-to-back Atmospheric Rivers. Climate change will only continue amplifying the risk that Californians face from natural hazards. We can’t keep doing business as usual disaster philanthropy to meet the scope of … Continue reading California Disaster Philanthropy Briefing: From Episodic Relief to Transformative Resilience

Partner Event, Webinar

A Changing Landscape: The 2023/2024 California Legislative Year

Organized by: The California Policy Forum

With more than 30 new state legislators taking office in Sacramento, a $25 billion budget shortfall projected by the Governor, and the looming threat of recession, 2023 presents significant changes and challenges for those of us in the charitable sector working to support vulnerable Californians throughout the state. Get your bearings for the year to … Continue reading A Changing Landscape: The 2023/2024 California Legislative Year

Partner Event, Webinar

Native American Truth & Healing Convening

In June 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom formally issued an apology through Executive Order N-15-19 on behalf of California to California Native American Peoples for the many instances of violence, mistreatment and neglect inflicted upon California Native Americans throughout the state’s history. This represented a major and unprecedented step towards correcting the historical record and acknowledging … Continue reading Native American Truth & Healing Convening

Partner Event, Webinar

Building Towards an Equitable Recovery: Activating Federal Funds for BIPOC Owned-Businesses

Organized by: Bay Area – Asset Funders Network

Structural racism, economic exclusion, occupational segregation, and other policies and practices have denied communities of color the opportunity to build wealth and achieve economic security for generations. Small businesses have long been one of the few ways people of color, women, and immigrants have been able to build wealth in the United States, and are … Continue reading Building Towards an Equitable Recovery: Activating Federal Funds for BIPOC Owned-Businesses

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