SVCF opposes Proposition 6 to advance fair and just transportation investments in California. Philanthropy Now podcast: Why California’s next governor must support young children and families, Philanthropy Now podcast: Why SVCF priorized hiring more diverse investment managers, Philanthropy Now podcast: Why Silicon Valley needs to help the 'forgotten' residents of San Mateo county's South Coast region. Corporate Philanthropy Institute Q&A: American Red Cross Silicon Valley leader talks corporate disaster response, Corporate Philanthropy Institute Q&A: Environmental journalist discusses challenges and opportunities the SDGs present to businesses, Count Every Californian: Secretary of State Alex Padilla on local civic engagement, Daughter of Donor Bette Moorman Continues School Excursion Tradition, Deadlines for year-end charitable giving and grant recommendations, Decision 2018: The Race For California Governor Recap, Designing Career Pipelines to Fit Tomorrow’s Jobs, Destination: Home's Ending Homelessness in Silicon Valley, Diverse Task Force Tackles Lack of Available Preschool Space in San Mateo County, Donations roll in for San Jose Flood Victims Relief Fund, Donor Advised Funds: A Giving Tool for the Modern Philanthropist, Donor Circle for the Arts announces its media arts grantees, Donor Circles Offer Givers an Insider’s View. Matt Anderson Photography/Getty Images. Statement from SVCF CEO Nicole Taylor on Capitol Hill violence on Jan. 6, Donate now to aid individuals, nonprofits and small businesses impacted by COVID-19, SVCF grantee Catholic Charities steps up in response to COVID-19, Hear from SVCF President & CEO Nicole Taylor and 2020 SVCF Board Chair Dan’l Lewin, We support the Black leaders of our local nonprofits and recognize the difference they make in our region, ALAS Also good if you’re an introvert because each shift is short-staffed. We are a non-profit organization started by the robotics and AI industry to support the emerging new robotics and AI industry, including agricultural, medical, social, retail, logistical, transport and space robotics networks. My Brother’s Keeper: A chance to create an environment where San Jose’s boys and young men of color can thrive. When Disaster Strikes: Companies Plan for Employee Catastrophic Assistance, When Institutionalized Practices Exacerbate Inequities in the Courtroom, When Policy Gets Personal: Postmates takes a stand for immigrants' rights. Thanks for being part of Silicon Valley Gives, Thanks for being part of our Conference on Charitable Giving, Thanks to all who were part of the Innovation Conference and Regional Meeting, The $40,000-per-space question: Addressing San Mateo County’s shortage of child care facilities, The Bay Area Housing Crisis Leaves Foster Youth on the Brink, The Bay Area Housing Shortage: Research examines the role of local development regulations, The Big Lift announces Inspiring Summers program partners, benefiting low-income San Mateo County children, The Big Lift wins $250,000, and valuable experience, as finalist in Google Impact Challenge, The Burg: App brings new civic engagement opportunities to the Bay Area, The Case for Championing Investment Manager Diversity. Philanthropists, foundation staff and CSR professionals: Join us for the Innovation Conference! There are entire seasons of continuity and cross-season continuity, but also "flavor of the week" storylines. It is a nice blend of episodic storyline meets soap-opera. The Future of 'Community' for Community Foundations, The NBCUFoundation’s Project Innovation grant applications are closing soon. Philanthropy Now Podcast: Creating affordable housing in Silicon Valley, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Foster youth in the Bay Area housing crisis, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Giving at the holidays, featuring SVCF's donor experience team, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Imagining possibilities with SVCF’s anniversary grant program, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Literacy and family engagement go hand in hand, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Local Banks Helping Fight Displacement, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Protecting and upholding the civil rights of all people, with Anthony Romero and Jonathan Greenblatt, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Providing services to immigrants facing challenges in San Mateo County, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Senator Scott Wiener on How to Address California's Housing Challenges, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Supporting arts and culture through corporate responsibility efforts, Philanthropy Now Podcast: The fight for water in East Palo Alto, Philanthropy Now Podcast: Why focus on collaboration? Directed by Martyn Burke. The recent news that Hawaii is … Hertzler. Oracle, one of Silicon Valley's older success stories, changed its corporate headquarters from Redwood City, California to Austin, Texas. Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced it will relocate its headquarters from San Jose, California, to Houston, Texas. Silicon Valley [1] [2] (también conocido como Valle del Silicio) [3] es el nombre que recibe la zona sur del Área de la Bahía de San Francisco, en el norte de California, Estados Unidos. The Kona-Kohala Coast on Hawaii Island has many fans among Silicon Valley's tech titans. Silicon Valley nonprofits: Apply now for two $100,000 grants to support community design projects, Silicon Valley: We want to hear from you during ‘On the Table’, Sonrisas Dental Health provides quality dental care to those in need during pandemic, Staff Spotlight: A Career of Community Engagement, Staff spotlight: Community impact consulting, Staff spotlight: Returning to SVCF’s Philanthropic Services team after time in New York, Stand up and be counted: SVCF holds legislative briefing on Census 2020, State Senate Unanimously Passes SVCF-Sponsored Bill to Combat Mathematics Misplacement, Keep More Students on Track for College, Statement on family separation at the U.S. border, Strengthening relationships between our communities of color and law enforcement, Students working with Youth Leadership Institute tackle transportation issues in San Mateo County, Supporting the "heartbeat of our communities":Tips for year-end giving from SVCF philanthropy advisors, Supreme Court affirmative action case spurred public campaign supported by SVCF, Supreme Court deadlock is a setback; SVCF’s commitment to long-term immigration reform is unwavering, Tackling the housing crisis through collective learning and philanthropy, Taking our work with donors and community to the next level, Tax reform can lead to increased charitable impact, Telling unheard stories from California's undocument immigrants. We're a state that is taking an entitlement approach, it's not a good state to do business," Chambers, who founded JC2 Ventures, said in a "Squawk Alley" interview. Philanthropy Now podcast: Why organizations are "banning the box," removing criminal history questions from job applications, Philanthropy Now podcast: Why third graders’ literacy is vital to Silicon Valley’s future, Philanthropy Now podcast: Why we need to think about housing differently, Philanthropy Now podcast: Working towards a solution for Silicon Valley transit, Philanthropy Now podcast: Domestic violence: an unseen crisis magnified by COVID-19, Philanthropy Now podcast: Members of SVCF’s Community Advisory Council emphasize the role of the arts in fighting racial inequalities, Philanthropy Now podcast: Morgan Hill Community Foundation: Responding to COVID-19 and drawing connections between the crisis and Morgan Hill’s pre-pandemic work in healthcare, Philanthropy Now podcast: Woodside Community Foundation leverages local foundation relationships & community partnerships to respond to COVID-19, Philanthropy and Civic Participation: Lessons from the 2020 Election, Philanthropy and government launch early literacy efforts, My Brother’s Keeper initiative and more, Philanthropy of high net-worth donors of color analyzed in new report, Philanthropy should welcome new styles of giving, Preparing for new milestones after a year of growth, Principals, administrators and other early learning professionals invited to participate in Leadership Academy, Professional Advisors: Join SVCF for breakfast and networking in San Jose or San Francisc, Professional advisors talk Bay Area housing and transportation with SVCF, Proposals for $100,000 grants for civic engagement, tech initiatives accepted, Proposals for grants that support out-of-school learning programs accepted Aug. 17, Protect public health by donating to SVCF’s Coronavirus Response Fund, Public policy update: SVCF supports increased school funding, affirmative action measures, Purposeful action: Four key takeaways from the Corporate Philanthropy Institute, Q&A with Chris Wilder: VMC Foundation leader on advancing community health and working with SVCF, Q&A with Donna Pray: Gilroy Foundation leader reflects on the Nonprofit Investment Partners program, Race, justice, COVID-19 and the work ahead of us, Raising awareness as Buena Vista mobile home residents faced eviction, Raising money to help re-create the social fabric in a post-COVID world, Reactions to California's New Law that Allows Residents to Get Drivers’ Licenses Regardless of Immigration Status. Between March and November last year, even as the coronavirus upended lives and devastated economies around the world, India's richest man was handed more than $27 billion to make a bet on the future of the internet. Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou is a 2018 Knopf Publishing Group publication. Just over 4 years later, he won the PGA Championship just up the road at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. ... John Sculley and Steve Wozniak in 1984 AP Help for Individuals and Families SVCF-funded report studies bias in traffic courts, Making an impact: the first four months working at SVCF, Making change: Youth civic participation is about more than just voting, Making progress: Year 1 of SVCF’s Civic Engagement investment, Matching grants support fellow community foundations, Math Misplacement Bill Signed into Law by Governor Brown, Math Misplacement: Tech should support legislation to stop it, Math misplacement: what it is, why it matters and how you can help end it, Meet the forgotten residents of San Mateo's South Coast, Modern fundraising and how to gain support for Silicon Valley causes, More than cash: SVCF accepts 'complex assets' like pre-IPO stock, real estate, personal property and more for charitable purposes, Morgan Hill students are learning to love math, Morgan Hill, San Mateo Join 10 Other Silicon Valley Jurisdictions in Curbing Payday Lending, Moving forward with hope and determination, My Brother’s Keeper San José will discuss action plan for boys and young men of color on Nov. 5. Silicon Valley Innovation Program Moves at the Speed of Success, June 26, 2018; USST-SVIP Related Blogs. New study from SVCF and Strategic Economics tackles region’s transportation crisis, How donors can get involved in SVGives, our work on regional issues and the review of SVCF's grantmaking, How to make a charitable gift in 2018 and receive income, Hurricane Michael – Organizations involved in recovery and relief efforts, Immigration-related organizations receive $1.1 million in grants from SVCF, Impact Investment Case Study: The Eye Fund, Important news about Silicon Valley Gives, Improving school readiness in San Mateo County, Innovation Conference will focus on harnessing technology for social good, Innovation Conference: Enable Community Foundation brings innovative solutions to prosthetists, clinics and people with limb dif, Inspiring Summers program provides crucial literacy learning opportunities for San Mateo County students, Inspiring White House early learning event urges research and partnerships, Intero Foundation connects real estate agents with California communities, Interviews continue in search for new SVCF chief executive, Introducing the Schools and Communities First Research Fund, Introduction and update from Interim President Greg Avis, Investing in a better future with Schools and Communities First, Investing in our collective future: Nicole Taylor’s Regional Meeting update, Investment Manager Diversity: Widening the circle, deepening the engagement. SVCF response to the SCOTUS decision on the citizenship case: SVCF scholarship recipient Noel Cruz shares his story, SVCF seeks proposals for “in-school” education program funding, SVCF successfully advocated for $500 million in transportation funding, SVCF summer fellows support scholarship and corporate responsibility work, SVCF supported one of the region's first bus rapid transit lines, SVCF supports San Jose Police Department gun buy back event, SVCF supports financial education innovators with $100,000 grants to boost low-income family security, SVCF survey of disaster preparedness by nonprofits highlights work to be done, SVCF to receive donation from San Francisco 49ers, SVCF unites with California philanthropy leaders in support of DACA, SVCF urges strong federal payday lending rules at Town Hall, SVCF welcomes new vice presidents of corporate, donor engagement teams, SVCF will begin offering donors site-visit services in India, SVCF will lobby to protect rights of Salvadoran immigrants affected by federal policy changes, SVCF works with Puerto Rico Community Foundation to raise funds for post-hurricane rebuilding efforts and solar power infrastructure, SVCF's Center for Early Learning is spreading the word: early learning is a priority, SVCF's board votes to support Senate Bill 6, legislation to provide legal services for immigrants, SVCF's decade of impact showcased in new report, SVCF's new art program aims to start conversations and elevate artists, SVCF's support led to groundbreaking policies for affordable housing on transit-agency-owned land, SVCF's visit to villages in India proves useful for corporate social responsibility goals, SVCF's web system for donors, fund holders upgraded, SVCF, a champion and advocate for diversity and inclusion, responds to false claims by Middle East Forum, SVCF, a champion of diversity and inclusion, responds to false claims by Middle East Forum, SVCF’s Donor Circle Celebrates Africa's Young Tech Entrepreneurs, SVCF’s Donor Circle for Safety Net: Housing works to make Silicon Valley somewhere everyone can call home, SVCF’s Donor Circle for the Environment awards $90,000 to environmental organizations that are strengthening underserved and underrepresented voices, SVCF’s President and CEO, Nicole Taylor, reflects on her 'listening tour', SVCF’s Regional Meeting will address economic inequality in the Bay Area with government leaders, SVCF’s Support for Programs Serving Immigrants is More Important than Ever, SVCF’s commitment to nonprofits during COVID-19, SVCF’s economic security grants help provide tax preparation services to area families, SVCF’s response to COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic: A message from President and CEO Nicole Taylor, SVGives delivers success, excitement for SVCF donors and friends of Deer Hollow Farm, SVGives thanks: Your donations touched lives, SVGives training sessions for nonprofit organizations announced, SVGives: You can help make our region stronger and more equitable, San Jose sets new priorities around children and families with SVCF support, San Mateo County’s displaced families struggling for housing, opportunity and health, according to new SVCF-funded study, Scholarship Spotlight: SVCF scholarship recipient helps San Mateo County inmates overcome addictions, Scholarship helps student become an engineering master in the making, See 'where the money goes': SVCF updates searchable catalog with data on 2016 grants, Seizing chances to learn, share expertise and make connections, Serious game uses technology to foster self-inquiry and build community, Shifting our grantmaking strategies: An update on our strategic planning process, Sign the petition to support fair mathematics placement for all California students, Silicon Valley Common Core Initiative in its final year: seeing the change happen, Silicon Valley Community Foundation Names Nicole Taylor as President and CEO, Silicon Valley Community Foundation announces $1.2m in grants to support Santa Clara County organizations’census outreachefforts, Silicon Valley Community Foundation announces executive leadership transitions, Silicon Valley Community Foundation announces lottery for tickets to televised gubernatorial debate co-hosted by NBC Bay Area, Silicon Valley Community Foundation engages in public policy conversation, hosting California Gubernatorial Debate, Silicon Valley Community Foundation has recently awarded nearly $1.5 million in grants to 18 organizations, Silicon Valley Community Foundation supports Santa Clara County measures A and B, Silicon Valley Companies Come Together to Support Women of Color in Tech, Silicon Valley Competitiveness and Innovation Project sheds light on how Silicon Valley can maintain its status as a powerhouse region of innovation and prosperity, Silicon Valley Gives 2016: Kick-off informational session will be Oct. 22, Silicon Valley continues to lead and innovate, but staying on top won’t be easy. Philanthropy Now Podcast: Can technology improve relations between communities of color and law enforcement? The concept that Silicon Valley is a “state of mind” and not a place has been trending for years. Philanthropy Now podcast, episode 3: SVCF's 10th anniversary grantmaking goals and special opportunities, Philanthropy Now podcast: A 'nail-biting' journey to affordable housing, Philanthropy Now podcast: A Conversation with SVCF’s new President, Nicole Taylor, Philanthropy Now podcast: A lesson learned with Palo Alto Community Fund: How grantmaking will look different in a post-COVID world, Philanthropy Now podcast: A look back at 2020 with Nicole Taylor and Dan’l Lewin, Philanthropy Now podcast: Addressing homelessness through the Housing Ready Communities initiative, Philanthropy Now podcast: Amplifying the voices of BIPOC leaders in the nonprofit sector, Philanthropy Now podcast: An update on SVCF’s COVID-19 response efforts and what’s to come, Philanthropy Now podcast: California Senator Bob Hertzberg -- Reforming the system of traffic fines, Philanthropy Now podcast: California’s local redistricting revolution. Got a confidential news tip? This is becoming an all-too-familiar refrain. The ongoing exodus of Silicon Valley is a warning sign for the future of the state, former Cisco CEO John Chambers told CNBC on Thursday. A Division of NBCUniversal. Research by Beacon Economics shows that Proposition 15 protects renters and ensures large corporations pay fair market value. Philanthropy Now podcast: How can corporate foundations work best with nonprofits? Research shows Proposition 15 will not hurt housing. All Rights Reserved. "You have to create the right environment for start-ups and we've learned that, with the pandemic, you can put your resources anywhere.". The series finale aired on December 8, 2019. Former Cisco CEO John Chambers told CNBC on Thursday that it's a troubling sign for the state. Who says you can't make money and help a good cause? Global Business and Financial News, Stock Quotes, and Market Data and Analysis. Reflecting on SVGives, a summit for My Brother’s Keeper and more recent milestones in our initiatives, Refugee children in Silicon Valley score goals thanks to Catholic Charities San Francisco, Register now! Sign up for free newsletters and get more CNBC delivered to your inbox, Get this delivered to your inbox, and more info about our products and services.Â, © 2021 CNBC LLC. Silicon Valley was born through the intersection of several contributing factors including a skilled science research base housed in area universities, plentiful venture capital, and steady U.S. Department of Defense spending. Together these elements formed the basis of its growth and success. Record-breaking voter turnout helps address disparities, but a difficult post-election road lies ahead for our communities. Silicon Valley is a parody of the actual Silicon Valley that has been the hub of technological innovation. The Comcast NBCUniversal Foundation’s Project Innovation grant applications are open with increased funding for 2021! Hordes of founders and investors, including Keith Rabois, have also recently relocated to Miami, partly due to Mayor Francis Suarez's big Twitter push. Help for Individuals and Families Founders, executives and tech employees of all ranks, who normally are based in Silicon Valley, have been moving out of the city at a high pace this past year in an exodus sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. "Does this opportunity create opportunities for Texas, North Carolina, Ohio, my home state of West Virginia? Among them is Tesla and SpaceX chief Elon Musk, who confirmed last year that he moved to Texas, though his companies still maintain their major operations in California. Palantir co-founder Joe Lonsdale also announced a move from the Bay Area to Austin, Texas.Â. SVCF opposes proposed federal public charge rule change, SVCF partner Electronic Arts has donated $1 million to charities fostering diversity, SVCF partners with PGA of America to launch Golf Relief and Assistance Fund, SVCF partners with the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to protect wild salmon in the Russian Far East, SVCF proudly awards scholarships to 110 students in 2018, SVCF public policy update: Bill addresses the issue of 'paying more for being poor' in California’s traffic courts, SVCF public policy update: California budget provides funding for expanded immigration legal services, SVCF public policy update: The Bay Area needs more housing, and S.B. Founders, executives and tech employees of all ranks, who are normally based in Silicon Valley, have been moving out of the area in an exodus sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. How Silicon Valley banished Donald Trump in 48 hours. Donor’s Vision for a Disc-Throwing Competition Raises over $740K for Charity, Driving together towards impact: Funders’ Briefing on the Schools and Communities First Initiative, Elections and beyond - Reflecting on this moment and what it means for our future, Emmett Carson delivers Tuskegee University's Founder's Day Convocation, Emmett Carson's remarks from SVCF's 2016 Regional Meeting, Enabling entrepreneurs: How a donor advised fund overcomes employment hurdles, Ending the three-hour commute: Youth Leadership Institute influences transportation solutions, Ensuring the Bay Area is a place of opportunity, rather than hardship, for everyone, Even in Silicon Valley, parents long for guidance about addressing young children’s use of tech, Expanding SVCF's ongoing regional planning work to connect communities from San Francisco to Santa Clara County, Federal funding cuts to The Big Lift hurt local student literacy programs, First and Beyond: Inside our newest SVCF magazine, you’re going to read about a major “first”, Five Questions to Ask Your Child's Teacher About Common Core, Five ways to continue your philanthropic impact in 2021, For Professional Advisors: Timelines for completing your clients’ year-end contributions, For SVCF scholarship recipient, benefits extend beyond the classroom, Free tax preparation services help working families boost their income at tax time, provide long-term advantages, From a Civil Rights to a Human Rights Movement, From wildfire relief to resiliency: Coastside communities look to the future, Get to know SVCF's new VPs: Stuart Burden and Michael Chertok, Getting math placement right: SVCF supports school districts in following the letter and spirit of new law, Gilroy Foundation Brings Community Together in Wake of Tragedy, Gina Dalma Named SVCF's Special Advisor for Public Policy, Giving young men of color a better chance at employment by 'banning the box', Governor Brown signs Math Misplacement bill into law, Governor Newsom signs slate of SVCF-supported housing bills, Grant applications for building strong communities, economic security and immigration initiatives accepted until April 7, Grant funding helps Boys & Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County stay afloat and transform to childcare center during crisis, Grant funding helps The Health Trust continue meal deliveries to residents during pandemic, Grants to eight nonprofits support high-quality legal services for immigrants, Gubernatorial debate on May 8: Determination of candidates, Guest column: Employee benefit program as a viable alternative to payday lending.

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