It has already been an eventful summer for Southern California Grantmakers! We were thrilled to partner with a diverse cross-section of leaders in the philanthropic, nonprofit and public sectors to bring SCG members an impressive lineup of recent
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SCG is your connection to the broader philanthropic community. Below you'll find philanthropy-related programs, conferences and events taking place throughout California and the country.
Shaping the Future: A Compliance Guide for Nonprofits Influencing Public Policy in California by Alliance for Justice.
How can funders work together to have an impact on public policy?
Leveraging Limited Dollars: How Grantmakers Achieve Tangible Results by Funding Policy and Community Engagement by National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.
Thank you to everyone among the 175 regional philanthropic leaders at our 2014 Public Policy Conference on April 3rd! The day was packed with thoughtful insights, candid discussions, and ideas for action. I’m writing to share key takeaways and resources so that everyone in the SCG leadership community can get the benefit of the day’s learning.
Public-Philanthropic Partnerships: Strategies to Kickstart Policy, Align Resources, and Scale Change
Join this statewide webinar to explore what's happened since passage of Proposition 47, the role nonprofits and philanthropy can play in supporting effective implementation, and what’s on the horizon for criminal justice reform in California and a
We know that children are less likely to succeed academically if they attend school deprived of sleep, hungry, sick, or emotionally exhausted.
This year’s Public Policy Conference will focus on “Engaging Communities to Amplify Philanthropic Impact.”
Southern California Grantmakers is at an exciting time in our history.
Great news! As part of our efforts to connect you with more high-profile speakers and leaders, SCG is partnering with Town Hall Los Angeles to present two dynamic events.
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Resources from the January 27, 2015 SCG program Politics, Policy, and Philanthropy: How Your Funding Priorities Could be Impacted This Year.
Program recording and resources from our December 16, 2014 program, California Policy Forum Webinar: Local Control Funding Formula Implementation Updates and Opportunities.
To illustrate the feasibility and value of low-cost Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) for policy officials and researchers, by providing concrete examples from diverse program areas. The guide summarizes five well-conducted, low-cost RCTs, carried out in real-world community settings.
In this interview, Dr. Brown shares insights into key policy issues for grantmakers, including the regulatory environment, the impact of reform on local grantmaking and strategies to demonstrate effectiveness to policymakers.