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Philanthropy Responds to Inhumane Family Separation and Detention Policies

Nearly 120 philanthropic institutions from across the country have signed onto a joint statement in support of children and families seeking refuge in the United States. In an effort to punish immigrants crossing the Southern border of the United States, the current administration adopted a so-called “zero-tolerance” policy against those seeking entry, resulting in the … Continue reading Philanthropy Responds to Inhumane Family Separation and Detention Policies

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Philanthropy California Statement On Family Separations

As Philanthropy California, we join our partners in philanthropy, along with advocates and immigrant communities, in calling for an end to the practice of separating children from their parents as part of the Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy on the U.S.-Mexico border. Our nation has long been a place of promise of safety and respite from harm.  Today, … Continue reading Philanthropy California Statement On Family Separations

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Courageous Goal of $100 Million in Social Change Investments For San Diego And Building Local Impact Investing Infrastructure Driving Force Behind New Director Appointment

San Diego, CA (June 13, 2018) – San Diego Grantmakers (SDG) has named Robert Foster its new Director of Impact Investments. In addition to offering proven investment expertise, he brings C-level experience leading social mission companies and a deep connection with San Diego Grantmakers’ values. Impact investments are investments made into companies, organizations, and funds … Continue reading Courageous Goal of $100 Million in Social Change Investments For San Diego And Building Local Impact Investing Infrastructure Driving Force Behind New Director Appointment

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CEO’s Letter to the Board

Dear San Diego Grantmakers members, partners and key stakeholders, I am writing to let you know that San Diego Grantmakers President and CEO Nancy Jamison notified the SDG Board of Directors and staff that she will be retiring from her position at the end of 2018. I know we will all miss the tremendous leadership, … Continue reading CEO’s Letter to the Board

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Our Daily Planet Interview with Jacob James of Waitt Foundation

Our Daily Planet Exclusive Interview with Jacob James, Managing Director of the Waitt Foundation, where he creates and manages novel approaches to philanthropy and public-private partnerships around the world. Waitt Foundation is a member of San Diego Grantmakers.   ODP:  How did the Waitt Foundation land on restoring ocean health as a principal goal of the organization?  … Continue reading Our Daily Planet Interview with Jacob James of Waitt Foundation

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We All Deserve to Be Counted: Our Plan for the Next Census

We are an inclusive California and we all deserve to be counted Philanthropy California and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees join the Funders’ Committee on Civic Participation’s (FCCP) Funders Census Initiative, United Philanthropy Forum, and philanthropy-serving organizations across the country in asking our members to commit to an accurate census, especially in light of … Continue reading We All Deserve to Be Counted: Our Plan for the Next Census

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In This Moment – Grantmakers CEO ‘Calls In’ Members To New Framework

Due to popular request, below is a transcription of San Diego Grantmakers President & CEO, Nancy Jamison’s opening remarks at this year’s Annual Conference (3/29). Good morning! I’m Nancy Jamison, the President and CEO of San Diego Grantmakers. And I am thrilled to welcome you to our 2018 Annual Conference, Frameworks For Good. I am … Continue reading In This Moment – Grantmakers CEO ‘Calls In’ Members To New Framework

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Why Philanthropy Should Engage in Census 2020: Philanthropy California Statement

Dear Colleagues, California has long been home to a special kind of American Dream. People from all walks of life come to our state to find opportunity and prosperity. Since we were granted statehood in 1850 after the Mexican-American War, when the population was just less than 100,000, we have grown to the most populous … Continue reading Why Philanthropy Should Engage in Census 2020: Philanthropy California Statement

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