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Apr
19

Family First Prevention Services Act Funder Briefing Part II —...

The Center has heard you and is back in action as requested with our Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) - Part II Deep Dive Briefing! After the recent Child Welfare Funders Collaborative FFPSA session, participants shared widespread desire to continue to dig deeper together about what this landmark legislation will mean for families in... Read More
Apr
20

Full Cost Workshop

Join Nonprofit Finance Fund and Philanthropy California to advance full cost practices for the nonprofit sector by participating in a remote learning series in February. This workshop series invites you to take what you’ve learned as a nonprofit leader or funder and help pave the way for others to have transformative conversations about more... Read More
Apr
21

State of Play: Local, National, and Intersectional Responses to...

While the significant and tragic rise of anti-Asian violence in recent weeks has caught the attention of the general public, coordinated and strategic efforts led by AAPI organizations, networks, and coalitions to respond to anti-Asian violence have been in place since before the pandemic began early last year. Those efforts have been born of... Read More
Apr
22

Regional Border Response to Emerging Migration &...

To help facilitate strategic, coordinated funder response to near-term humanitarian and legal services needs as well as longer-term systems change opportunities at the U.S. – Mexico border, GCIR is partnering with Hispanics in Philanthropy to host a second program focused on challenges at the border and the role philanthropy can play in response.... Read More
Apr
22

Two-part Implicit Bias 101 Training — April

We all have biases despite our best intentions because implicit bias lives deep in our subconscious. It permeates just about every aspect of life; nonetheless, the impact of our implicit bias on others significantly depends on our social and professional roles in society. Biases held by police officers, physicians, prosecutors, and criminal court... Read More
Apr
23

Friday Morning Refresh: Session 1

Current conditions continue to place enormous demands on us. Still, we have cause for hope: bold new leadership in many places, budgetary step stones toward a just recovery, and a rising tide of action to disrupt systemic racism. Now, as always, we are each asked to bring clarity, generosity, and courage to our efforts to heal, reimagine, and... Read More

What's New at SCG

The piece below was based on SCG's program "Equitable Vaccine Distribution with Blue Shield and the State of California" hosted... more

The piece below was based on SCG's program "Urban, Green Infrastructure Under the New Administration" hosted on Friday,... more

The piece below was based on SCG's program "Funders' Briefing on COVID-19 Vaccine" hosted on Monday, March 1, 2021. We... more

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