Craigslist Foundation believes that everyone, regardless of sector, is responsible for strengthening and enriching our communities and neighborhoods. Our community partners make that a reality and we thank them for helping to build our curriculum, raise awareness and encourage participation.
Social Venture Network is the nation’s premier community of values-driven entrepreneurs, CEOs and investors using business to build a just and sustainable economy.
AFP Golden Gate Chapter works to make the Bay Area nonprofit community stronger and more able to support vital human needs, advance learning, lift the human spirit, preserve the environment, and build healthy communities.
The Case Foundation, created by Steve and Jean Case in 1997, invests in people and ideas that can change the world. For more information, visit www.casefoundation.org.
The Sacramento based Center for Civic Partnerships’ mission is to provide leadership and management support to build healthier communities and more effective nonprofit organizations.
Code for America connects the talent of the tech industry with local governments to make cities more open, responsive, and efficient.
The Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership prepares next-generation leaders with the practical business skills to found, lead, manage and govern in the social sector, creatively innovate and collaborate across sectors, and create winning solutions that produce social impact.
Hub Bay Area is a community of idea-driven people working to build a better world. Over 800+ members between Berkeley and San Francisco get together around our co-working spaces, accelerator programming, and events.
The Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN) is a coalition of residents, community organizations, nonprofits, academic institutions, and government agencies whose mission it is to empower residents with the capacity and resources to build, and steward, strong sustainable communities.
NEN University (NENu), is a partnership between the City and County of San Francisco ‘s Neighborhood Empowerment Network (NEN), San Francisco State University ‘s Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE), the University of California (UCSF), San Francisco’s University Community Partnerships Office and the University of San Francisco (USF), to address critical issues defined by residents living in San Francisco neighborhoods. By making a multi-year commitment to geographically distinct communities that are supported through bottom-up grassroots capacity building and service learning, NENu faculty and students will help bring together a wide variety of neighborhood stakeholders to identify and prioritize common challenges, set goals, mobilize available resources, and implement strategies for change.
Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) is an association of foundations, corporate contributions programs and other private and public grantmakers.
The World Café is an innovative yet simple methodology for hosting conversations about questions that matter,making visible the collective intelligence of any group.
Alliance for Justice (AFJ) is the leading advocacy resource for nonprofits and foundations. AFJ believes that advocacy is the most effective tool for organizations to achieve their missions and create sustainable change. AFJ provides the legal knowledge you need to advance your organization’s mission, help shape public policy and make democracy work.
The Board of Equalization collects California state sales and use tax, as well as fuel, alcohol, and tobacco taxes and fees that provide revenue for state government and essential funding for counties, cities, and special districts.
Rebuilding Together San Francisco (RTSF) mobilizes volunteers to repair homes, renovate community facilities and revitalize neighborhoods, creating safe & warm homes and bright & healthy work spaces for underserved communities.
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network SF Bay Area (YNPNsfba) is the premier network for established and emerging young nonprofit leaders in the Bay Area.
Young Women Social Entrepreneurs (YWSE) is a national organization serving women with socially-conscious agendas. Over 1000 women are participating in the SF Bay Area network. YWSE provides an environment in which members’ personal and professional goals are affirmed and propelled. Intensive trainings in entrepreneurial and non-profit start-ups support members to found and lead new ventures. Please visit http://www.ywse.org/ywsesf/ to sign up for the e-newsletter, join ($50/yr), or learn more about our September retreat!
Youth UpRising is an award-winning nonprofit operating four thriving, eco-friendly social enterprises including YU Catering, Digital Media, Data Management and Green Janitorial. The enterprises create jobs for vulnerable youth while also providing excellent and affordable service for customers.