Stacey Manley

15
Aug

East Bay Community Foundation Board Elects Mark Friedman As New Chair

East Bay Community Foundation Board of Directors Elects Mark Friedman as New Chair New Chair Joins at Pivotal Time as Foundation Pursues a Social Justice Vision for East Bay Region Oakland, CA – The East Bay Community Foundation has elected Mark Friedman as Board Chair of the 89-year old institution. Mark succeeds Sherry M. Hirota, Chief Executive Officer of Asian

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4
Aug

Important News About the East Bay Community Foundation and East Bay Gives

From the Office of James W. Head, President & CEO The East Bay Community Foundation Dear Partners, I am writing to share some important news about EBCF and the status of our 24-hour giving day, East Bay Gives. East Bay Gives was first launched in 2014 with an eye toward improving the digital fundraising capacity of local nonprofits serving communities

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24
Jul

Byron Johnson joins EBCF as Capacity Building Initiative Officer

The East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF) is pleased to announce Byron Johnson as the foundation’s newest addition to staff. Byron will join us as Capacity Building Initiative Officer and will lead EBCF’s “Black-Led Organizations Initiative” (BLO) beginning August 1, 2017. The BLO Initiative is a collaborative, capacity-building effort designed to support the growth, sustainability and impact of local organizations in

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21
Jul

Christine Lim joins EBCF as Sr. Development Officer

The East Bay Community Foundation is excited to announce that Christine Lim has joined the Foundation as Senior Development Officer. Christine brings over 16 years of senior investment management experience and a breath of knowledge and expertise from the financial sector. As part of the Foundation’s external fundraising team, she will spearhead the Foundation’s professional advisor engagement strategy as well

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27
Jun

Bolstering Bay Area Black-Led Organizations

Since 2010 over 400,000 registered nonprofits have either closed their doors or lost their 501 (c)(3) status. Bay Area Black-Led Organizations (BLOs), which are lifelines to local communities and critical vehicles for community empowerment and civic participation, have been especially impacted. Although vital to their communities, these nonprofit organizations are shrinking in number and often lack the resources and connections to

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27
Jun

Building Immigrant Power Fund

As part of our social justice and policy advocacy work, EBCF is proud to announce the launch of the “Building Immigrant Power Fund” to build the collective voice and agency of the immigrant community. In the East Bay, immigrants are our coworkers, students, partners, teachers, and a key driver of our local economy. By building the civic engagement, capacity and power

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