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Program Materials from Crafting Powerful Strategy for Philanthropic Impact

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05/2019
Without finely-honed organizational strategy, even the mightiest organization can miss the mark on the change it wants to make in the world. What drives the most successful organizational strategy? How do you ensure the data you take pains to collect has institutional meaning? How do we land the data plane on the strategy development runway to prepare our organizations for the future?
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CF Leads: Census Webinar

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05/2019
The U.S. Census determines billions of dollars in critical funding for our local communities. Unfortunately, those who are most at-risk to go uncounted are often those most in need of the support federal dollars connected to Census data provide. Ensuring an accurate count requires all of us. Review slides from a recent webinar with CF Leads where SDG's president and CEO, Debbie McKeon, spoke about her experience building awareness and support for Census 2020, and explored ways all funders can get engaged.
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Program Materials from Inclusive San Diego

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04/2019
20,000 new skilled workers per year – that is the kind of talent pipeline San Diego needs by 2030 to be competitive and prosperous. This goal was identified by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and its Inclusive Growth Steering Committee in an effort to promote an inclusive economic growth approach to economic development in San Diego County. What does it mean for San Diego to grow an inclusive economy? In turn, what does “inclusive growth” demand of all us to achieve it? As part of its study, the EDC has identified three priority goals toward building an inclusive...
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Resources for Making it Count: Philanthropy and the 2020 Census

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02/2019
It has been a long road as California prepares for the 2020 Census—from budget delays at the federal level and persistent advocacy for adequate state funding, to the pending inclusion of an untested citizenship question. The state has allocated an unprecedented $90.3 million to support the census, but will it be enough to make sure that all California residents—including the 75 percent who are in historically undercounted groups—are counted? With $60 million in state dollars allocated for outreach by counties and community-based organizations, what do funders need to know about the efforts...
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