Resources from SCG's February 25, 2015 program, Sustainable International Development Goals: High Impact Collaboration for Philanthropy.
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Under general supervision, supports the Annenberg Foundation’s Community Grantmaking Program, including communicating with prospective grantees, performing due diligence activities, and generating documentation and recommendations. Responsible for monitoring the status of a grant from inception to recommendation. This position works closely with the Programs Department to support the Foundation’s Community Grantmaking Program and ensures funds are invested in organizations and communities that achieve common outcomes and maximum impact.
The Deputy Director is a newly created, full-time exempt position reporting to SDG’s President and CEO. This team leader will bring a unique combination of skills, initiative and results orientation that encompasses our need for operational excellence, innovative member programming, outstanding member engagement, and strategic agility in a fast-paced, multi-issue environment. S/he will be charged with overseeing the day-to-day work of SDG, ensuring that those activities advance SDG’s strategic direction and amplify our positive impact on members and on the San Diego region.
The California Wellness Foundation (Cal Wellness) is a private independent foundation created in 1992 with a mission to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education and disease prevention. Since its founding, Cal Wellness has awarded 7,690 grants totaling more than $912 million. It is one of the state’s largest private foundations. To learn more about the Foundation, visit our website at www.CalWellness.org.
March 5, 2015
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
This program is a webinar.
Reporting directly to the Managing Director, the Director, Programs, Community Grantmaking & Special Initiatives facilitates community and civic leadership engagement. The Director oversees the efforts of the Program Team within the Los Angeles Office as well as aspects of the Alchemy and LA n Sync initiatives including interacting with stakeholders at various levels, governmental agency personnel, consultants, and other program partners, as well as the Foundation’s community grantmaking (aka the Chairman’s Fund).
Community Partners is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization offering fiscal sponsorship services and more. For more than 20 years, hundreds of individuals, groups, foundations and other institutions have worked with Community Partners to create and run nonprofit projects, establish coalitions, and manage major philanthropic initiatives to benefit the region. As a fiscal sponsor, we provide back-office services, extend our nonprofit status, and offer support and guidance to a range of social good projects operating under our umbrella.
Jewish World Watch (JWW) is a leading organization in the fight against genocide and mass atrocities, representing hundreds of thousands of people across the United States. Since its founding in 2004, JWW has grown from a collection of Southern California synagogues into a national coalition that includes schools, churches, individuals, communities and partner organizations that share a vision of a world without genocide.
Resources from SCG's February 11, 2015 program, In Focus: Health Care - The School-Based Wellness Center Breakthrough.
Since 2011, Blue Shield of California Foundation has invested in a series of studies examining the healthcare preferences and experiences of low-income Californians. The research provides a unique inside-look at what real Californians think about their healthcare in order to inform the work of the community health centers and clinics on the frontlines of our safety net system.
The James Irvine Foundation is seeking a professional with substantive experience in California policy issues and political processes to serve in a Senior Program Officer (SPO) role. Reporting to the Program Director for California Democracy, the SPO will work in strategic and creative partnership with the California Democracy program team to advance the program’s goals. The SPO will assist in planning and strategy development of all components of the California Democracy program, with implementation responsibility initially for elements of the Voter &
Under the direction of the Director of Community Investments the Program Officer III plans, develops and implements resource mobilization efforts to leverage the organizations programs, projects and overall grant making activities which advance the strategic plan priorities. The Program Officer III manages the development and implementation of projects that assess and recommend financial and social leveraging opportunities that support the expansion and enhancement of organizational resource mobilization, programmatic goals and sustainability planning.
The Director of Finance and Administration is a full-time member of the Foundation's leadership team who works closely with our Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Grants and Programs, and The Community Foundation staff as well as the Investment and Finance and administration committees of the Board. Responsibilities include the planning and successful implementation of the Foundation's finance and accounting functions, Human Resources, technology and general administration of our work.
Resources from the January 16, 2015 event, CEO Salon with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.
Under the direction of the Director of Communications and Marketing, the Communications Manager implements and manages comprehensive public relations and communications activities that support the organization's Strategic Plan goal ensure all children enter kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life.
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The Women’s Foundation of California is a statewide public community foundation that inspires giving to expand opportunities and advance economic stability, security and prosperity for women and families. The Foundation’s theory of systemic change rests on a core value and belief that those who experience poverty and injustice are the ones who are best suited to develop effective solutions that work in the context of their lives. For this reason, the Foundation focuses on low-income women and families, communities of color and immigrant communities.
March 18-20, 2015
Funders for LGBTQ Issues
Resources from the January 27, 2015 SCG program Politics, Policy, and Philanthropy: How Your Funding Priorities Could be Impacted This Year.
Resources from the SCG partner event, Learning from National Leaders on Pay-For-Success, held January 23, 2015.