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NCFP Effective Governance: Principles, Policies, and Practices

Thursday, April 8, 2021
9:00am - 10:15am

Family philanthropy is rooted in the act of collective decision making—one that is often codified in a formal governance structure. But what is governance and how can a family adopt its framework to effectively guide their philanthropy? Governance consists of three elements—principles, policies and practices—that define who makes decisions and how decisions are made. Families that are intentional about developing a governance framework are better prepared for decision making and can work more collaboratively together. Learn about effective governance structures and explore the principles, policies, and practices necessary to ensure good governance in a family philanthropy effort.

 

About this Series

The monthly Fundamentals of Family Philanthropy webinar series provides guidance on the core tenets of effective family philanthropy—from motivations and values to governance, grantmaking, and succession. The series equips giving families with the latest information on evergreen topics in the donor lifecycle through practical takeaways and diverse family stories that illustrate important practices. Designed for seasoned practitioners and newcomers alike, the series is available to our Friends of the Family and Partner Subscriber organizations.

 

Presented By

National Center for Family Philanthropy

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The Ethos of Being Trust-Based Session 4: Confronting and Correcting Historical Power Imbalances

Tuesday, March 30, 2021
10:00am - 11:30am

About the Series

The Ethos of Being Trust-Based, developed by Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, Philanthropy CA, and Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, is a webinar series dedicated to exploring the fundamental values and dispositions central to a trust-based approach. At the heart of this work is a deep focus on building trust and relationships at every level, both internally and externally. This requires constant self-examination, a cultivation of interpersonal skills, a willingness to reimagine and adjust organizational practices, and an understanding of the greater systemic factors that have given way to the institution of philanthropy as a whole. It requires that we see and name how racial inequities have been perpetuated in our institutions, behaviors, and practices, even as we strive to alleviate them. Trust-based philanthropy invites us to understand and take action on these ideas at the personal, interpersonal, organizational, and systemic levels in order to interrupt the perpetuation of power imbalances in our sector.

Between the global pandemic and this country’s racial reckoning, our interconnectedness, and inequalities, have never been clearer. From this reality, how can we cultivate trust-based dispositions that support mutuality throughout crisis response, and beyond? 

  • How can we seize the potential for redistribution of power, especially to benefit communities that have been systematically oppressed? 

  • How might we fully embody partnership in a spirit of service? 

  • What context is essential for us to understand? 

  • What behaviors do we need to un-learn? 

  • And can we embrace and sustain self-reflection and generative listening as must-have tools for transformation? 

Join the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, Philanthropy California, and GEO as we explore these questions and examine the aspects of trust-building essential for a strong and healthy ecosystem at all levels: individually, interpersonally, inter-organizationally, and systemically. Each webinar will: 1) feature seasoned perspectives on some of the overarching concepts related to trust-based values and dispositions; 2) include stories and lessons from funders who try to live and breathe relational values; and, 3) offer space for small group reflection on how to cultivate what’s required to embed a trust-based ethos in our philanthropic practice.

 

Session 4: Confronting and Correcting Historical Power Imbalance

Trust-based philanthropy is anchored in an understanding of power and privilege, historical and systemic racism and structural oppression, and how these shape people’s realities in profoundly different ways. As grantmakers, we have a responsibility to confront the reality that philanthropy originated from and has often contributed to systemic inequities, both in the ways wealth is accumulated and its dissemination is controlled. While these discussions may be challenging and difficult, this type of self-reflection is fundamental to the work of trust-based philanthropy. As individuals and institutions, we must be willing to recognize historical trauma and systemic power, examine our own relationship to power and money, and be willing to give up some of that power and control in a spirit of service and collaboration with those who are closer to the issues at hand. In this session, we will:

  • Review some of the salient historical and systemic factors that have contributed to inequity in philanthropy

  • Learn how trauma – including and especially systemic oppression, racism, and other isms – affects the soma (body, perception, internalized narratives, patterns & habits of responding)

  • Learn techniques for noticing our own typical response patterns, our relationships to power, and how we might work more skillfully with these in order to respond with dignity, care, and the intention to connect

 

Moderator 

Akilah Massey, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

 

Other Sessions

Session 2: Interpersonal Skills — The Hardest Skill Building You'll Ever Do >>> Learn More

Tuesday, January 12 | 10:00am - 11:30am

 

Session 3: Building Trust Begins at Home — Practices That Advance or Weaken Trust in Your Organization >>> Learn More

Tuesday, February 23 | 10:00am - 11:30am

 

Session 5: Reimagining Funder Roles in a Trust-Based Context >>> Learn More

Tuesday, April 27 | 10:00am - 11:30am 

 

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and Catalyst members and eligible non-members

Registration
SCG members: Register online.
NCG & Catalyst members: Register online.
Non-members: Register online.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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NCFP: Going Beyond the Private Foundation — An Exploration of Vehicles

Thursday, March 11, 2021
9:00am - 10:15am

The practice of family philanthropy is evolving and so too are the structures that social impact practitioners employ to accomplish their objectives. However, a number of questions remain on the minds of philanthropic families. What are the available vehicles that promote social impact? How do families leverage multiple vehicles successfully? What is the role of a private foundation in relation to other vehicles? Learn about the range of structures that advance the objectives of philanthropic families, explore the fundamental considerations, and understand how a portfolio of complementary vehicles may promote success.

 

About this Series

The monthly Fundamentals of Family Philanthropy webinar series provides guidance on the core tenets of effective family philanthropy—from motivations and values to governance, grantmaking, and succession. The series equips giving families with the latest information on evergreen topics in the donor lifecycle through practical takeaways and diverse family stories that illustrate important practices. Designed for seasoned practitioners and newcomers alike, the series is available to our Friends of the Family and Partner Subscriber organizations.

SCG members get free access to all webinars from the National Center for Family Philanthropy. 

 

Presented By

National Center for Family Philanthropy

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Health Funders Peer Group Meeting March

Tuesday, March 9, 2021
10:00am - 11:30am

Following SCG’s March 1st Funders’ Briefing on the Covid-19 Vaccine, join SCG’s Health Funders on March 9th for an interactive follow-up conversation. We will hear updates from several local leaders and partners and then provide space for attendees to update one another on their work related to the vaccine, ask questions, and share identified needs and gaps. The goal of this session is to provide Southern California funders with an opportunity to better coordinate and maximize resources, given the tremendous undertaking ahead. 


About Health Funders Group 

The SCG Health Funders Group convenes multiple times a year to explore emerging issues in healthcare and health policy through an intersectional approach. The group hosts topic-based and peer-to-peer learning sessions. These facilitated sessions will provide a forum for updates on critical issues, highlights of promising programs and opportunities for collaboration.


Recurring Dates

Wednesday, May 19 | 10:00am - 11:30am Learn more >>>

Wednesday, September 1 | 10:00am - 11:30am  Learn more >>>

Wednesday, December 8 | 10:00am - 11:30am  Learn more >>>


Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG members and eligible non-members

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
Non-members: Register online. If you do not have an SCG account, contact us.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Foundation Aging Network Meeting

Friday, March 5, 2021
11:00am - 1:00pm

Save the Date

Please join us for the next Foundation Aging Network Meeting on Friday, March 5th, 2021 from 11 am –1 pm. More details to follow. 

 

Speakers

  • Lindsay Goldman, CEO of Grantmakers in Aging
  • Sarah Steenhausen, SCAN Foundation, Updates on California’s Master Plan for Aging
  • Timothy Lash, Gary and Mary West Health Policy Center, Policy/Budget Updates

Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG members

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Education Funders Group: California’s State Budget and its Impact on K-12 School Funding

Tuesday, March 2, 2021
10:00am - 11:30am

SCG’s Education Funders Group invites you to join us for a deep dive into California Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed state budget. We will explore how the budget would affect K-12 school funding and the opportunities to support extended learning based on best practices. We will also hear updates from the Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Learning Acceleration Task Force, which meets regularly with district superintendents to identify challenges as they prepare to reopen. Finally, as we approach a year since COVID-19 closed the physical campus of most schools and community centers, we will focus on learnings from 2020 regarding the work of community-based organizations and schools to respond, and how philanthropy can support their efforts, including their plans for the summer and the next school year. 

The Education Funders Group brings philanthropic funders together quarterly to learn about issues, trends, and needs in the field of education to inform individual and collective grantmaking. Over the years, the group has explored a variety of topics, including early childhood education, after-school programming, parent engagement, blended learning, linked learning, STEM, implementation of the common core, and college access/college success.

 

Moderator

Susan Kagehiro

Director of Programs, Stuart Foundation

Susan has spent most of her career within or in partnership with school districts. Most recently, she helped develop DIAL EE, an early education initiative of the CDE Foundation that supports the testing and adaptation of innovative practices that strengthens student learning and builds coherence across the PK – 12 school system. She also spent 15 years working in various capacities with the San Francisco Unified School Districts (SFUSD) starting from helping coordinate joint youth development and support programs between the City of San Francisco and SFUSD to serving in the Superintendent’s Office across three superintendents’ tenures. In addition, she served as the Education Program Officer for the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, a family foundation based in San Francisco and worked in social policy research at Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation and MPR Associates on evaluations that included a high school career academy demonstration project and implementation of an innovative mental health-focused unemployment support program.

 

Speakers

John Garcia III, Ed.L.D 

President, Greater Los Angeles Education Foundation

Dr. John Garcia III is currently President of the Greater Los Angeles Education Foundation. Previously, he was the Senior Program Officer for Education at the California Community Foundation.  John has served as a consultant for the National Governors Association, Jobs for the Future and the Southern Regional Education Board. He was also a policy analyst for the White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for Hispanics and a resident fellow at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. John began his career in education as a school counselor after working for Intel Corporation and Jet Propulsion Laboratory and founded the Arizona College Access Network at the Arizona Commission for Post-secondary Education.  

John received his bachelor’s and master’s degree from Arizona State University. He received his doctorate in education leadership from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. John is currently a board member of Grantmakers for Education, Social Venture Partners Los Angeles, and the New York Leadership Academy.

Jonathan Kaplan

Senior Policy Analyst, California Budget is & Policy Center

Jonathan Kaplan joined the Budget Center in 2006. He analyzes education policy with a focus on K-12 and higher education. Prior to joining the Budget Center, Jonathan taught law and United States history for seven years in Martinez, California, where he also served as chair of Alhambra High School’s social science department. He holds a master’s degree in education from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and received his bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University.

Kelly King

Senior Program Officer, Education & Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund

Kelly King manages programs and partnerships that support a more equitable education system in Los Angeles County, with a special focus on postsecondary access and attainment. King also directs the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund, a joint initiative of the California Community Foundation and the College Futures Foundation to increase college attainment in the region.

Before joining CCF in 2015, King was an executive vice president at Focusing Philanthropy where she managed a national portfolio of philanthropic investments that included education, health access, and workforce development.

King began her career in the education and nonprofit sector at the Scripps College Academy. As director from 2008-2013, she led the program to national recognition including from First Lady Michelle Obama as a recipient of the 2011 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.

King received a bachelor’s degree in politics and public policy analysis from Scripps College and a master’s degree in education policy, evaluation and reform from Claremont Graduate University.

Jennifer Peck

President & CEO, Partnership for Children & Youth

Jennifer Peck has led Partnership for Children & Youth (PCY) since the organization’s founding in 2001.  During this time, she has grown PCY to be the leading California intermediary building access to high quality after-school and summer learning programs, and played a major role in lifting up community schools and social and emotional learning as priorities in California schools.  Jennifer led the creation of the California Afterschool Advocacy Alliance, the California Summer Matters Campaign, the California Community Schools Network, and HousED which builds on-site learning supports for students living in public and affordable housing.  Jennifer and her team are experts in improving how our public systems serve the most vulnerable students, and through policy change and implementation support, have improved and increased educational opportunities and supports for millions of students in California. Prior to joining PCY, Jennifer was an appointee of President Bill Clinton at the U.S. Department of Education, supporting the implementation of priority initiatives including the federal government’s first investment in Community Learning Centers.    

 

Quarterly Dates

Wednesday, May 5 | 10:00am - 11:30am Learn more >>>

Tuesday, August 17 | 10:00am - 11:30am Learn more >>>

Wednesday, December 1 | 10:00am - 11:30am Learn more >>>

 

About Education Funders Group

Meeting for over a decade, the Education Funders Group brings philanthropic funders together to learn about issues, trends and needs in the field of education to inform individual and collective grantmaking. Ideas for topics are proposed by funders, who work with the co-chairs to organize a learning session. This year, EFG will continue to explore Community School Models, Education Policy and Advocacy, and Workforce Development and Career Technical Education.


Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG members only

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
EFG members contact contact us at [email protected] to register. 
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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CA State Budget: Proposals, Process, and Opportunities for Advocacy

Friday, February 26, 2021
10:00am - 11:15am

The California state budget has a significant impact on nonprofits, grantmakers, and our communities. In early January, Governor Gavin Newsom released his administration’s 2021-22 budget proposal which includes significant investments in pandemic relief and equitable recovery for small businesses, nonprofits, and vulnerable populations.

The state legislature now starts its budget process to review the Governor’s proposal and to develop its own budget recommendations. Join this webinar to learn more about the administration’s budget priorities, the budget timeline and process, and advocacy opportunities.
 

Speakers

  • Chris Hoene, Executive Director, California Budget and Policy Center
  • Lucy Salcido Carter, Public Policy Director, CalNonprofits
     

 

Presented in Partnership


Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and Catalyst members

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
NCG & Catalyst members: Please contact [email protected] to register.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Build Back Better: Digital Equity in the Biden-Harris Administration

Thursday, February 25, 2021
10:00am - 11:30am

Join Michelson 20MM on February 25th for the next Connecting California event: Build Back Better: Digital Equity in the Biden-Harris Administration. Following President Biden’s pledge to make digital equity a cornerstone of his administration, our panel will share their insights on the government’s approach to technology policy, and how the Biden-Harris administration can lead on one of the most potentially transformative economic development investments of the century.

In August 2020, the Michelson 20MM Foundation launched its Connecting California learning series, which convenes the public, private and philanthropic sectors. Connecting California seeks to strengthen collective understanding of the history and root causes of the “digital divides”–the economic and educational gaps created by inequitable access to high-speed internet, computing devices, and digital literacy resources. Featuring business leaders, digital equity practitioners, philanthropic investors and policymakers, Connecting California provides a forum that speaks to different facets of the complex landscape for building digital equity solutions at national, state and local levels.

 

Speakers

Kathryn De Wit

Manager, The Pew Charitable Trusts

Kathryn de WitKathryn de Wit joined Pew in 2018 and leads Pew’s Broadband Research Initiative. Before joining Pew, de Wit was an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, where she focused on telecommunications, cybersecurity, and economic development issues. Before her work at Booz Allen Hamilton, she was a Senior Fellow with the Heinz Endowments. At the Endowments, de Wit led philanthropy efforts focused on youth engagement, place-based grantmaking, and regional economic development. De Wit holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Sociology from Penn State University and a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

Adrianne B. Furniss 

Executive Director, Board Member, and Trustee, Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

Adrianne Furniss headshotAdrianne B. Furniss is Executive Director, Board Member, and Trustee of the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society, a private operating foundation with offices in Evanston, Illinois. Since 1981, the Benton Institute has been committed to access, equity, and diversity to fulfill its mission: that everyone in the United States should have equal access to open, affordable, High-Performance Broadband as a means to deliver individual opportunity, strengthen communities, and ensure a thriving democracy. Currently, Adrianne serves on the Board of Advisors for the Coalition for Local Internet Choice (CLIC) and as Secretary and Executive Committee member of the Board of Directors for PCs for People.

Gigi Sohn

Distinguished Fellow, Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy
Senior Fellow and Public Advocate, Benton Institute

Gigi Sohn is a Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy and a Benton Senior Fellow and Public Advocate. For over thirty years, Gigi has worked to defend and preserve the fundamental competition and innovation policies that have made broadband Internet access more ubiquitous, competitive, affordable, open and protective of user privacy.

Previously, Sohn was Counselor to Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler; Co-Founder and CEO of Public Knowledge; Project Specialist in the Ford Foundation’s Media, Arts and Culture unit; Executive Director of the Media Access Project, a communications public interest law firm; and a member of President Clinton’s Advisory Committee on the Public Interest Obligations of Digital Television Broadcasters.

Ms. Sohn holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Broadcasting and Film from the Boston University College of Communication and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Tony Thurmond

California State Superintendent of Public Instruction

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond is responsible for the largest public school system in the nation, with more than 6.3 million students and over 10,000 schools. Since taking office earlier this year, State Superintendent Thurmond has made improving equity, access, and opportunity for California’s public school students his top priority. He has created initiatives that are focused on closing the achievement gap for our state’s most vulnerable students and is dedicated to supporting educators in delivering an equitable education to all students. During his 4-year tenure in the Assembly, Thurmond authored legislation that successfully expanded the free lunch program, bilingual education, and the Chafee Grant college scholarship program for foster youth. Additionally, Thurmond’s legislation guaranteed preferential voting rights for student school board members improved access to families for early education and childcare and shifted millions of dollars directly from prisons to schools. State Superintendent Thurmond is a social worker, educator, advocate, and public school parent who continues to work tirelessly on behalf of all students to ensure they reach their full academic potential.

 

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG members

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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The Ethos of Being Trust-Based Session 3: Building Trust Begins at Home: Practices That Advance or Weaken Trust in Your Organization

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
10:00am - 11:30am

About the Series

The Ethos of Being Trust-Based, developed by Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, Philanthropy CA, and Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, is a webinar series dedicated to exploring the fundamental values and dispositions central to a trust-based approach. At the heart of this work is a deep focus on building trust and relationships at every level, both internally and externally. This requires constant self-examination, a cultivation of interpersonal skills, a willingness to reimagine and adjust organizational practices, and an understanding of the greater systemic factors that have given way to the institution of philanthropy as a whole. It requires that we see and name how racial inequities have been perpetuated in our institutions, behaviors, and practices, even as we strive to alleviate them. Trust-based philanthropy invites us to understand and take action on these ideas at the personal, interpersonal, organizational, and systemic levels in order to interrupt the perpetuation of power imbalances in our sector.

Between the global pandemic and this country’s racial reckoning, our interconnectedness, and inequalities, have never been clearer. From this reality, how can we cultivate trust-based dispositions that support mutuality throughout crisis response, and beyond? 

  • How can we seize the potential for redistribution of power, especially to benefit communities that have been systematically oppressed? 

  • How might we fully embody partnership in a spirit of service? 

  • What context is essential for us to understand? 

  • What behaviors do we need to un-learn? 

  • And can we embrace and sustain self-reflection and generative listening as must-have tools for transformation? 

Join the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, Philanthropy California, and GEO as we explore these questions and examine the aspects of trust-building essential for a strong and healthy ecosystem at all levels: individually, interpersonally, inter-organizationally, and systemically. Each webinar will: 1) feature seasoned perspectives on some of the overarching concepts related to trust-based values and dispositions; 2) include stories and lessons from funders who try to live and breathe relational values; and, 3) offer space for small group reflection on how to cultivate what’s required to embed a trust-based ethos in our philanthropic practice.

 

Session 3: Building Trust Begins at Home — Practices That Advance or Weaken Trust in Your Organization

A trust-based culture—one that prioritizes power-sharing, dialogue, transparency, and learning—is essential to cultivating relationships of trust within organizations. Simply put, being a trust-based organization requires there to be trust within your organization—among staff, between staff and board, and between the board and the CEO. When this trust is broken, or if it is never built to begin with, it can seep into the external aspects of your work with the potential of threatening your relationships, credibility, and reputation. In this session, we will: 

  • Work with tools for building and sustaining trust internally

  • Learn to recognize and prevent microaggressions and macroaggressions that undermine trust-building

  • Understand ways to build and sustain internal dialogue, understanding, and transparency to equip your organization for navigating the discomfort and breaches in trust that may occur within your organization. 

 

Speakers

  • Shawn Escoffrey, Executive  Director, Roy + Patricia Disney Family Foundation
  • Solomé Lemma, Executive Director, Thousand Currents 
  • Brenda Solorzano, Chief Executive Officer, Headwaters Foundation

 

Moderator 

  • Kameron Green, Vice President, Professional Learning & Family Philanthropy, Southern California Grantmakers

 

Other Sessions

Session 2: Interpersonal Skills — The Hardest Skill Building You'll Ever Do >>> Learn More

Tuesday, January 12 | 10:00am - 11:30am

 

Session 4: Confronting and Correcting Historical Power Imbalances >>> Learn More

Tuesday, March 30 | 10:00am - 11:30am

 

Session 5: Reimagining Funder Roles in a Trust-Based Context >>> Learn More

Tuesday, April 27 | 10:00am - 11:30am 

 

Presented in partnership with:


Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and Catalyst members and eligible non-members

Registration
SCG members: Register online.
NCG & Catalyst members: Register online.
Non-members: Register online.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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