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A Push and a Pathway for Diversifying Nonprofit Leadership

Release Date: 
03/08/2018

For many years, the nonprofit sector’s strategy for diversifying the leadership of our organizations has been guided – or more accurately misguided – by assumptions about people of color.

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United Way of Greater Los Angeles Now Accepting Grant Applications for Funds Collected for Victims of Southern California Wildfires and Floods

Release Date: 
02/01/2018

The donations, totaling over $585K, will support the long-term recovery and re-building efforts for low-income families affected by the disasters.

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Local Groups Launch 805 Undocufund to Provide Relief for Immigrants Excluded from Federal Disaster Aid Programs

Release Date: 
01/29/2018

Many undocumented immigrants lost homes, jobs, wages, belongings, but excluded from FEMA and Disaster Unemployment Assistance, community steps in to provide assistance with private donations

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California Foundations Move $40 Million for Immigration Response Fund

Release Date: 
01/23/2018

Responding to President Trump’s policies on immigration, a group of California foundations has injected more than $40 million in emergency support to nonprofits in the state in recent months while developing a rapid-response ethos designed to coun

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Support for SB 298 End Child Poverty Act

Publication date: 
07/23/2019

Topics: Child poverty

 

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Southern California Grantmakers submitted a letter of support for Senate Bill 298: Poverty Reduction, introduced by Senator Anna Caballero. This bill would establish the End Child Poverty Act of 2020 and commit California to a goal of ending deep child poverty within four years and reducing child poverty by 50 percent over the next 20 years using research-backed solutions.

 

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