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Bringing It All Together: Budgeting and Planning for Collaboration

Organized by: Philanthropy California

This program is presented through a partnership between Philanthropy California and the California Office of Emergency Services and is funded by the Listos California Grant Program. You can think of a grant budget as another way to describe a program and its activities. Everything you have proposed to do in the program is represented somewhere … Continue reading Bringing It All Together: Budgeting and Planning for Collaboration

Organized by: Rise Economy

Join Rise Economy and the California Community Land Trust Network for a funders-only virtual briefing and conversation with foundation, public sector and community leaders on the importance of corporate accountability in tackling the housing crisis. Presenters will share policy strategies to address the capital gap by increasing banking sector investment in affordable housing and BIPOC … Continue reading Solving California’s Affordable Housing Crisis: Innovative Policy Approaches

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Telling the Story of Your Work: Program Evaluation and Logic Models

Organized by: Philanthropy California

This program is presented through a partnership between Philanthropy California and the California Office of Emergency Services and is funded by the Listos California Grant Program. Don’t be intimidated by program evaluation or logic models! They use specialized language, but they are descriptions of very practical and down-to-earth realities about your program, such as clearly describing … Continue reading Telling the Story of Your Work: Program Evaluation and Logic Models

Organized by: Northern California Grantmakers

About Session 2 In this second session of the Foundations of Racial Equity Series, we explore racial capitalism, which describes the current economic system of extracting social and economic value from people of color. Racial capitalism is based on the theft, exclusion and exploitation of the land, labor, and capital of people of color. Philanthropy—as a … Continue reading Racism and the Economy: Understanding Racial Capitalism | 2024 Foundations of Racial Equity: Session 2

Partner Event

Building Your Vision: Program Design in a Grant Application

Organized by: Philanthropy California

This program is presented through a partnership between Philanthropy California and the California Office of Emergency Services and is funded by the Listos California Grant Program. To build your vision of a successful project that meets needs in the community, you need to understand how to connect resources (like your organization’s staff, volunteers, funding sources, … Continue reading Building Your Vision: Program Design in a Grant Application

Organized by: The Center for Effective Philanthropy

Join the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) and The Bridgespan Group for a webinar co-hosted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on April 23, 2-3:15pm ET. The webinar will explore the how and why of endowment funding from both funder and nonprofit perspectives, including U.S. foundation practices in endowment giving, how funding endowments can foster … Continue reading Funding Nonprofit Endowments as an Equity Strategy: Perspectives from Funders and Nonprofits

Organized by: Northern California Grantmakers

About Session 2 In this second session of the Foundations of Racial Equity Series, we explore racial capitalism, which describes the current economic system of extracting social and economic value from people of color. Racial capitalism is based on the theft, exclusion and exploitation of the land, labor, and capital of people of color. Philanthropy—as a … Continue reading Racism and the Economy: Understanding Racial Capitalism | 2024 Foundations of Racial Equity: Session 2

Organized by: Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties

Arts & Intersections Working Group meetings provide an ongoing look at the intersection of the arts and social justice, environmental justice, community health, youth development, and equitable workforce development. Join our next session featuring guest speaker Laura Callanan, Founding Partner of Upstart Co-Lab, who will lead a discussion on disrupting how creativity is funded by … Continue reading Arts & Intersections Funder Collaborative

Partner Event

Knowing Your Community: Finding Data and Describing Needs

Organized by: Philanthropy California

This program is presented through a partnership between Philanthropy California and the California Office of Emergency Services and is funded by the Listos California Grant Program. This virtual grant writing training takes an in-depth look at how to describe community needs, a step that is very often required to complete a grant proposal. The good … Continue reading Knowing Your Community: Finding Data and Describing Needs

Funder Meeting

Binational Migration Funders Meeting

Organized by: Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties

This is a meeting of the Binational Migration Funders, a collaboration facilitated by Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties. Join us to discuss the current situation of border immigration in San Diego and Imperial County. We will discuss priorities and options for the role philanthropy can play in ensuring dignity and safety for asylum … Continue reading Binational Migration Funders Meeting

Partner Event

In Abundance: The 2023 Landscape of Collective Giving

Organized by: The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy

How has the field of collective giving shifted in response to recent world events? What is the impact of being in a collective giving group? Who is part of this movement? The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and Colmena-Consulting, in partnership with Philanthropy Together, will release 'In Abundance: An Analysis of the Thriving Landscape … Continue reading In Abundance: The 2023 Landscape of Collective Giving

Organized by: Office of Governor Gavin Newsome

Over the past several years, the State of California has begun to address its history of atrocities towards California Native Americans, including through the California Truth and Healing Council, which was established by Executive Order N-15-19 in 2019. The Council’s truth and healing work is the only process of its kind nationwide, with an explicit focus … Continue reading Virtual Briefing: Native American Truth & Healing Documentary Project

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