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California Community Foundation Awards Nearly $2.5 Million to Strengthen Los Angeles County

Release Date: 
10/20/2016

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 20, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The California Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded $2,477,500 through 27 grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the great needs and potential of our region.

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Collaborative Efforts We Love! A Joint Blog Post from GEO, SCG, NCG, and SDG

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09/23/2016

Collaboration- it’s been on our minds a lot lately. Across the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors many organizations are throwing aside the “go-it-alone” mentality in favor of working together to address complex problems.

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United Way of Greater Los Angeles: RFP for Funding to Support Ending Homelessness, Education, & Financial Stability

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03/10/2015

SCG member United Way of Greater Los Angeles is currently accepting proposals for funding to support our three priority areas of ending homelessness, improving educational achievement, and increasing financial stability. 

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Resources from Right to Housing Webinar

Publication date: 
12/03/2019

 

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Philanthropy across the state has been working collaboratively to address the pressing problem of homelessness in our state. Central to the homelessness crisis is the pressing need for affordable housing. Too many families experience homelessness due to rising rents and stagnant wages. Consequently, funders concerned with this issue may have heard about discussions around whether there should be a “right” to either shelter or permanent housing.

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May 2019 Public Policy Roundup

Publication date: 
05/29/2019

Thank you to everyone who support and attended our 2019 Philanthropy in the State Capitol events! We had a successful event, convening nearly 40 funders – community foundations, corporate giving programs and private foundations from across the state – to share stories, strategies and visions for the future with state legislators. Over the course of one day with 44 meetings, we demonstrated the role which philanthropy plays in co-creating positive change through our investments in communities.

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