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Weakening the Safety Net: A Close Look at Title X

Federally qualified health center provide essential health to underserved communities. Many of these centers receive federal dollars, known as Title X funds, for family planning services. In Southern California more than 125,000 people each year receive basic preventative health care services, including family planning. A proposed rule by the... Read More

Evaluation for Learning Peer Group Meeting, 2/21/19

Southern California Grantmakers Evaluation for Learning peer group, is a resource for philanthropic professionals responsible for monitoring, evaluation, and learning functions at their respective grantmaking organizations. Based on our members' input, we anticipate that this peer learning group will:   Offer networking... Read More

A New Governor, Legislature and Congress: Implications for...

In November of 2018, California elected Governor Gavin Newsom and a super majority of Democrats to its state legislature, and flipped multiple congressional districts traditionally held by Republicans. Governor Newsom campaigned in part on issues of environmental protection such as emissions reductions, renewable energy, Cap and Trade,... Read More

Not-for-Profit Education Series – Financial Accounting...

Join Moss Adams, RBC Wealth Management and Philanthropy California for a Not-for-Profit Education Series event featuring Rick Cole, Supervising Project Manager for the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).   Change is here and we are here to help. This program will provide key insights into relevant and current topics... Read More

Participation, Power and Philanthropy: Putting Nonprofits and...

A message from our GEO partners:   Dear SCG Members— We have decided to hit “pause” and postpone the delivery of our workshop, “Participation, Power and Philanthropy: Putting Nonprofits and Communities in the Driver’s Seat.” At the heart of this workshop is the importance of centering nonprofits and communities in our work and for... Read More

Pathways Forward for U.S. Refugee Resettlement

SCG is co-sponsoring a Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees webinar exploring the immediate concerns facing immigrant and refugee communities. Today, in the global arena, more than 65 million people have been forced from their homes, including nearly 21 million who have been formally designated as refugees. Yet, the current... Read More

What's New at SCG

Los Angeles District Attorney Moves Toward Systems-Change:  New Mental Health Division and Philanthropic Support   On January 23... more

Voter Engagement and Racial Equity Spotlight on Seattle’s Democracy Vouchers and Philanthropy’s Role in Getting out the Vote  ... more

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors yesterday approved a historic Public/Private Partnership between the Los Angeles... more


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