Over the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic and recent events surrounding the murder of George Floyd have only further exposed the large and pre-existing health, racial, economic, and regional disparities across our state.
The Full Cost Project aims to shift the focus from overhead to outcomes and what good outcomes really cost.
Join us for a full-day funders convening and Reinvention Tour with Mayor Michael Tubbs to learn about Stockton's transformative initiatives, including the Stockton Scholars College Promise Campaign, the Universal Basic Income pilot program, the South Stockton Promise Zone collective impact collaborative and the Advance Peace program that was recently approved to address community violence and trauma. We invite you to be a partner during this pivotal moment for Stockton as dynamic partnerships between community organizations, civic institutions and public officials are leveraging community impact strategies to rectify decades of underinvestment and neglect.
The Full Cost Project is made possible with generous funding from the following funders:
Mayor Michael Tubbs recently spoke with Philanthropy California in preparation for an upcoming Stockton Reinvention Tour for funders.
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Since October 2017, the U.S. government has forcibly separated at least 2,400 children—including hundreds who are under four years old—from their parents as they arrive on our southern border seeking refuge.
Here’s what we’re learning from recent funder efforts: the most successful transitions to Full Cost funding have included securing executive buy-in; providing support and training to the staff that structure and disperse grants; and bringing grantees into the process with open and honest communic
Together with the League of California Community Foundations, Philanthropy California encourages its members to send letters of public comment related to the U.S. Department of Commerce related to its inclusion of a question about citizenship on the upcoming 2020 Census form.
On August 7th, join the International Community Foundation in following the footsteps of migrants as they are sent across the border to Tijuana, and hear from those that are working to support them through these challenging first days, months, and even years.
The systems and infrastructure that support and protect the most vulnerable immigrants have been affected by cuts in refugee admissions to the U.S., federal funding cuts, and administrative barriers that continue to make seeking protection from persecution more difficult every day.
Immigration issues have attracted significant attention over the past few years as changes in federal policies have ignited debates across the political spectrum.
Join Philanthropy California as we embark on a day of learning, policy, and community – with lots of laughter sprinkled in – at our state capitol.
This week, 30 philanthropic organizations across the country took the unusual step of filing an amicus brief asking the United States Supreme Court to consider the harm an undercount in the upcoming 2020 Census will have on philanthropy’s mission which relies on a complete census count f
We believe it is possible to co-create a California in which our families, communities, markets, public and private institutions and political frameworks work in concert to advance the common good.
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We invite you to join conversations across the state with Marcus Walton, the new President and CEO of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO).