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Foundation Funding to Address Domestic Violence in California

When: 
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Where: 
This program is a webinar.
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One in three women in California will experience rape, physical violence and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. The consequences of domestic violence are multiple and ripple not only through generations of families directly impacted, but through communities and society overall. 

Join this webinar sponsored by the Blue Shield of California Foundation and presented in partnership with Northern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers, and Southern California Grantmakers, to learn more about how foundations can help prevent domestic violence in California.

To enable this work, the Blue Shield of California Foundation commissioned the Foundation Center to conduct a first-ever examination of the role of U.S. foundations in addressing domestic violence in California. This webinar will highlight the findings of the report and will feature funders and advocates in a discussion about the implications of the report findings for our work:

  • Diane Aranda, The California Endowment
  • Janet Camarena, Foundation Center (moderator)
  • Lucia Corral Peña, Blue Shield of California
  • Brenda Henry-Sanchez, Foundation Center
  • Beckie Masaki, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence

Eliminating domestic violence in California requires partnership and collaboration among leaders, advocates, and practitioners from local and state government, community organizations, organized philanthropy and others. We hope you join us for this important discussion.


Who May Attend:
Open to funders only

Registration:
Register online through Eventbrite.

Registration is required. Webinar access instructions will be sent via email to those who register in advance.  

Fees:
Free