The Philanthropic Services Officer stewards The Community Foundation’s donor relationships and donor services in the Coachella Valley (click here for full description and details)
The Kansas Association of Community Foundations encourages everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to hear national and regional experts at a conference that is tailored to the needs of smaller rural and growing urban foundations. By attending this conference, you are making an investment in your organization’s future and your own professional development. For more information, click here (pdf)
FRF is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director/Finance, Investment & Operations. The job description can be found by here (pdf) and also on the FRF website at www.fresnoregfoundation.org, Please submit in writing, or via email (at email@example.com), a cover letter, resume, salary history and references to the attention of Marty Murphy, Fresno Regional Foundation, 5250 N. Palm Avenue, Suite 424, Fresno, CA 94704. All inquiries and applications will be kept confidential.
Read the report issued by the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (PDF)
Why are students who succeed in algebra being left behind? By Janet Rae Dupree
From Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Spring 2014
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California is enduring its third driest year on record as agricultural, urban and environmental demands for water are at an all-time high. This report presents an assessment of the economic impacts of the 2014 drought on crop production, livestock and dairies using a suite of models.
An in-depth look at how the Big Day of Giving transformed our community
Understanding San Diego Community Impact: San Diego After the Fire Fund Final Report (PDF)
As nonprofits are continually expected to do more with less, and access to resources has become even scarcer, the Santa Barbara Foundation was again pleased to support attendance of 11 nonprofit executives at a two-day cutting edge leadership conference at the Stanford Nonprofit Management Institute.
Titled “Partnering for Impact,” this year’s conference was geared toward learning creative new strategies for running and growing organizations through tough economic times. Conference sessions were developed specifically for nonprofit leaders and included building the right funding model; creating a volunteerism model for long-term social impact; working across issue sectors; and measuring impact.
The participants will give presentations to share what they learned with the nonprofit community. Last year, more than 150 nonprofit executives attended the post-conference meetings, rating this innovative model for both leadership training and county collaboration as exceptional. The nonprofit executives who attended the conference represent a range of issue areas from health and human services to the arts, education and the environment. This is the Foundation’s third year of sponsorship investment.
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Amy Miller is a very happy 14-year old girl riding in her new mobility van. The purchase of the van was made possible through the Martin Rajkovich Children’s Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation for San Benito County dedicated to improving the quality of life for special needs children living in San Benito County.
This is the first modified vehicle the family has ever owned, and couldn’t have come at a better time for the Miller family, as getting around town for the simplest of errands was becoming a daunting task in their current SUV. Amy’s mother had to physically lift her in and out of the vehicle, creating physical strain on both mother and daughter. They needed an easy access vehicle that allowed Amy to remain safely in her wheelchair, and the van was the perfect solution.
The Foundation thanks Tiffany Ford Motor Company for spearheading the efforts in locating the specially designed vehicle, for their full safety inspection, and their help in making the family’s dream a reality.
For information regarding the Martin Rajkovich Children’s Fund please contact the Community Foundation at 831.630.1924 or visit the website at www.cfsbc.org.