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11.28.17

Partner Event - United for All Dreamers: Strategies for Supporting AAPI, Black, and LGBTQ DACA Immigrants

This program is a webinar
This past September, the Trump Administration announced the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, with all benefits to be revoked by March 2018. DACA provided nearly 800,000 immigrants with the opportunity to live, work, and thrive in their communities without fear of deportation. DACA’s cancellation will deeply... Read More
11.28.17

Traditions of Giving - Through the Lens of a Family Foundation Trustee: A Journey to Commitment

Annenberg Space for Photography
Organized by SCG’s Family Philanthropy Advisory Council, Traditions of Giving is back by popular demand! With the holiday season fast approaching, what better time to take a step back and reflect with friends and colleagues the inspirational stories of giving. This year we will feature three family foundation trustees and their philanthropic... Read More
11.29.17

Opportunities for Systems Change to Support the Youth Development and Youth Justice System

Liberty Hill Foundation
California Funders for Boys and Men of Color invite SCG members to meet with Los Angeles County Chief Deputy Probation Officer Sheila Mitchell and UCLA Professor Dr. Jorja Leap.  Now, more than ever, LA County's youth development and youth justice system must keep all communities safe; foster prevention and rehabilitation; ensure... Read More
11.29.17

Portrait of Los Angeles County Launch Event

LA84 Foundation
On behalf of our public and private partnership with Measure of America of the Social Science Research Council, we are excited to announce the launch of the Portrait of Los Angeles County! Please join us for an optional pre-launch lunch starting at 12:45 followed by a presentation of key findings from the Portrait of Los Angeles County. Hear... Read More
12.01.17

Once Upon a 990-PF: What Story Does Your 990-PF Tell About Your Foundation?

Joan Palevsky Center for the Future of Los Angeles, California Community Foundation
Have you read your institution's 990-PF lately? Have you ever stopped to think what headlines it might inspire? The IRS recently started releasing e-filed Forms 990 and 990-PF as machine-readable, open data. Because the data is now not only open, but digital and machine-readable this means that anyone from journalists to researchers to... Read More

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