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Dear SCG Community, 2020 has brought a storm of surprises that left us devastated and exhausted but also activated and inspired. Amid all the chaos and uncertainty of the past several months, I hope that the end of the year will bring you a few moments to cultivate hope and gratitude. While the... Read more
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Jennifer_Price_Final.jpg SCG is excited to announce that Jennifer Price-Letscher (Vice President, Grantmaking & Initiatives, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation), Raúl Bustillos (Senior Vice President of Community Relations, Bank of America), and Shawn Kravich (... Read more
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Kravich_Shawn_v3.jpg SCG is excited to announce that Shawn Kravich (Executive Director, Snap Foundation), Raúl Bustillos (Senior Vice President of Community Relations, Bank of America), and Jennifer Price-Letscher (Vice President, Grantmaking & Initiatives,... Read more
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Bustillo_Raul_Green_Final.jpg SCG is excited to announce that Raúl Bustillos (Senior Vice President of Community Relations, Bank of America), Shawn Kravich (Executive Director, Snap Foundation), and Jennifer Price-Letscher (Vice President, Grantmaking &... Read more
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This year, California’s state ballot included many propositions covering a broad range of issues, including rent control, business property taxes, cash bail, and more. The SCG Policy Team has provided a breakdown of the ballot measures results and the potential implications these results will have... Read more
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By David J. Carroll  As determined by most American voters, the incoming administration will be led by President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, alongside a new Congress comprised of a record number of 141 women, 51 of which identity as women of color. However, our federal... Read more
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To elevate and further the conversations from our 2020 Virtual Conference, Meeting the Movement,  we are pleased to present a series of articles that capture the crucial opportunities for funders to reimagine their philanthropic work.  For SCG members who missed our virtual conference, we are happy... Read more
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Dear SCG Community,  In September, I talked about the need to embrace complexities, support evolving paths toward systems change, prepare for long-term engagement, and cultivate partnerships with our communities. Since then, the complexities that we face have intensified during the election season... Read more
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SCG is honored to serve as the fiscal sponsor for the Black Equity Collective, a community-public-private partnership with Black equity as its central, unifying force. The Collective just wrapped its planning phase, which was supported by various SCG members, including WHH Foundation, Liberty Hill... Read more
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With more than 280,000 veterans, Los Angeles County has the largest population of veterans of all the counties in the United States. Veteran serving organizations (VSOs) have long spoken about the need to reach veterans in need of services before they get to a place of despair. SCG’s Veteran... Read more
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