Blog posts from November 2015

Crispin Bailey

Understanding Your Audience Using Google Analytics

November 24, 2015

Who are your website visitors, where are they coming from, and what do they do at your site? Learn how Google Analytics can help you gain this type of intelligence and inform your strategy as you craft content and make decisions about where to place ads for maximum impact with this recap of last week's session with Crispin Bailey, User Experience (UX) Lead of Oakland-based Kalamuna, a firm that “make(s) the Internet for rabble-rousing organizations driven to tinker, critique, and change the way things are.”

This Week at Foundation Center San Francisco

November 23, 2015

The Foundation Center library will close at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 25 and remain closed through Friday, November 27 for Thanksgiving.

Our regular library hours will resume Tuesday, December 1.


Recap - Bay Area Corporate Giving Trends: Philanthropy and Iconic Brands

November 19, 2015
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Last Friday, Foundation Center San Francisco, Development Executives Roundtable (DER) and the San Francisco Business Times hosted a panel discussion of Bay Area corporate giving representatives. The panel discussed how big brands think about their philanthropic legacies, trends in corporate giving, and new approaches and directions for how companies are investing in their communities. Read the recap.

Register for the 2016 Leadership Convening and HIPGiver Gala

November 17, 2015

Join Hispanics In Philanthropy (HIP) for the 2016 HIPGiver Gala! Set in beautiful Napa Valley, this annual event will celebrate Latino leaders and highlight Latino giving. HIP will also be honoring this year’s cohort of HIPGivers —32 Latino philanthropists, community leaders, educators, and artists whose generosity and unrivaled community spirit inspire us all. 

This event will bring together a diverse group of 250-300 leaders including CEOs and other executives from some of the largest foundations in the U.S. and Latin America; prominent Latino leaders from the public, nonpro
fit, and corporate sectors; and authors, journalists, and academics with an interest in Latino communities, philanthropy, and social responsibility.