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A Major Step Forward in Protecting LA County Children

Release Date: 
06/13/2014

This week, the LA County Board of Supervisors voted to establish a position for a countywide child protection executive to implement reforms in foster care and child protection—a landmark decision actively supported by a core group of SCG members.

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SCG Members Partner with CA Attorney General on LA Recidivism Reduction Pilot Program

Release Date: 
05/08/2014

California Attorney General Kamala Harris delivered the keynote address at SCG's 2014 Annual Conference, highlighting opportunities for private/public partnerships around critical issues of concern, including recidivism.

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TCE, Ford Foundation back Obama initiative supporting boys and men of color

Release Date: 
02/27/2014

According to the Los Angeles Daily News, The California Endowment is among the foundations backing an initiative to be announced today by President Barack Obama intended to help boys and young men of color.

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TCE's Dr. Robert Ross on "Real Discipline in School" - New York Times Op-Ed

Release Date: 
02/16/2014
Dr. Robert K. Ross, President and Chief Executive Officer of The California Endowment, and Kenneth H. Zimmerman, Director of United States programs for the Open Society Foundations, share their perspective on improving school enviroments in order to lessen the need for suspensions and expulsions and create an atmosphere more conducive to learning.
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SCG Joins Attorney General Kamala D. Harris for Recidivism Initiative Launch

Release Date: 
11/20/2013
Following Attorney General Kamala D. Harris' very impactful keynote address at SCG's 2013 Annual Conference, her office invited SCG President Christine Essel to attend the launch of a new initiative designed to curb recidivism in California through partnerships between the California Department of Justice’s new Division of Recidivism Reduction and Re-Entry and the state’s counties and District Attorneys.
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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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