SCG's Collection of resources helps members in their grantmaking.
Resources from the 2013 Conference on Family Philanthropy.
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Presentation by Nonprofit Finance Fund's David Greco's and materials from Financial Analysis 201. Includes sample audits.
Jenny Kattlove, The Children's Partnership, presentation and resources on dental care funding.
Independent Sector's Resource Center features the Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice: A Guide for Charities and Foundations, developed by the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector, which outlines 33 principles of sound practice related to legal compliance and public disclosure, effective governance, financial oversight and responsible fundraising.
View the presentation by Dan Gross, President, Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence at our 2013 Pathways to Preventing Gun Violence event.
The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) conducts action research, analyses and advocacy to make institutional philanthropy operates with integrity and openness.
Sharpen Your Skills, Increase Your Impact: A Financial Analysis Series with Nonprofit Finance Fund.
Chris Hoene, Executive Director, California Budget Project presents at the UCLA State of the Nonprofit Sector Conference and SCG's Funders' Breakfast.
Recording of our webinar along with the presentation by Sandra Martinez, Director of Public Policy, The California Wellness Foundation.
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Keeping the holiday spirit of giving alive in the New Year, Southern California Grantmakers invites you to join us for a special volunteer event that celebrates and supports our community beyond the holiday season.
Resources from the April 2012 SCG program What is the Future of Community Clinics? including presentations and articles.
A collection of international grantmaking resources.