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Upcoming Events


Child Welfare Collaborative Meeting

Ring in the New Year with an executive briefing from DCFS Director Bobby Cagle and his new Deputy Director Ginger Pryor.  Join us to hear and discuss the latest news regarding DCFS strategic plans and cross-sector partnerships.  Co-sponsored by the Center for Strategic Partnerships   Fee No cost to participate Who May Attend Current SCG members... Read More

Give Back As A Mentor (EPIP LA)

If your New Year’s resolution is to build meaningful connections and advance leaders in the sector, consider serving as a mentor with EPIP LA’s Mentorship Program! Now entering its seventh year, EPIP Los Angeles is seekingexperienced leaders in the field to mentor emerging to mid-career philanthropic professionals. Mentors are matched with mentees... Read More

(LA) Research Briefing: Survey of Asian American and Pacific...

New research highlights the experience of Asian American and Pacific Islander workers in California struggling with poverty. Research, politicians, and philanthropy often group Asia American and Pacific Islanders as one demographic, even though they represent a diversity of countries and speak more than a dozen languages. The lack of community-... Read More

LA Partnership for Early Childhood Investment Meeting: Tackling...

2019 has seen significant advances in addressing early childhood trauma. Governor Newsom appointed Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California’s first-ever Surgeon General, and increased the state budget to include nearly $150 million for a variety of strategies to address early childhood trauma.  In Los Angeles County, leaders are focused on early... Read More

A Conversation with Marcus Walton, GEO’s New President and CEO

Join us for a conversation with Marcus Walton, the new President and CEO of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO). This is a great opportunity to get to know Marcus, hear his vision for GEO, and share your reflections on how GEO can support grantmakers and move the field of philanthropy forward. The event is open to any SCG or GEO member (... Read More

Gun Violence: As a Public Health Issue & Successful...

Gun violence is a leading cause of premature death in the U.S. Guns kill 40,000 people and injure another 85,000 people each year, in addition to the massive community-wide trauma inflicted as a result. The American Public Health Association recognizes the issue of gun violence as complex and deeply rooted in our culture but yet is completely... Read More

What's New at SCG

Trista Harris' 2020 Philanthropy Predictions SCG's Back to the Future blog series is a collection of conversations with... more

Designing the Future of Health: Blue Shield of California Foundation’s Strategic Foresight  SCG's Back to the Future blog series... more

What is the Future of Work?: A Conversation with Tracie Neuhaus and Michele Prichard SCG's Back to the Future blog series is a ... more


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