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UniHealth Foundation has announced the appointment of Bradley C. Call as its new Chairman and CEO. He will succeed David R. Carpenter, who led the establishment of the Foundation in 1998 and who will remain an active board member and Chairman Emeritus. UniHealth Foundation is an independent,... Read more
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The Eisner Foundation is now accepting nominations for The Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence! It’s been a busy and exciting year for The Eisner Foundation! In July, the Foundation announced their plan to become the only foundation in the U.S. solely dedicated to investing in... Read more
This op-ed by Michael Kelly was recently published in C-Suite Quarterly. Philanthropist and arts activist Dorothy Buffum Chandler graced Time’s cover in December 1964. The article stated that she embodied “perhaps the most impressive display of virtuoso money-raising and civic citizenship in the... Read more
Steven M. Hilton, Chairman, President, and CEO of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, penned this powerful article on the homelessness crisis in the Los Angeles region: It’s no secret: We’re living in a time of crisis. While I’m encouraged by the bold leadership of Mayor Garcetti and City Council... Read more
Edmund Cain, Vice President of Programs at the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, and a Southern California Grantmakers Board member, was recently highlighted in an article on the philanthropic response to the current refugee crisis. The article, authored by Anna Hurt with the Center for Disaster... Read more
Social Venture Partners is excited to announce that this year's application is now open for the Social Innovation Fast Pitch program! What is Social Innovation Fast Pitch? In-depth two-month program for 20 nonprofits that are creating lasting social change in Los Angeles County. Nonprofit leaders... Read more
In a recent episode of KCRW's Press Play, Madeleine Brand asks, are Angelenos really engaged—like New Yorkers and Chicagoans—in trying to make our city a better place to live? Do we volunteer and give money to our museums and cultural institutions? Do we feel connected to our city? In this segment... Read more
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Never before has the national arts conversation focused more on arts and culture in new contexts. We know art can contribute innovative solutions in nearly every sector and, as funders, we value collaborative work that increases access to our most underrepresented constituents. Today, with the... Read more
Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy - LA Chapter recognizes the value of finding the right mentor to help emerging philanthropy professional thoughtfully develop their social change careers. EPIP LA is proud to offer their 2016 Mentorship Program to continue helping their members find great... Read more
Crews are making gains on one of the worst wildfires in California history, mopping up hot spots and strengthening control lines after it and two other blazes in the northern part of the state have combined to kill several people and destroy nearly 1,600 homes. The three fires have killed five... Read more