With recent funding from The James Irvine Foundation, CV launches the OC Economic Justice Initiative, enhancing regional nonprofits' capacity for economic justice.
Reflecting on a year of growth and impact! In this last newsletter of the year, we celebrate our growth and successes in making meaningful changes to our communities while looking ahead to a promising 2024.
Charitable Ventures partnered with Good Work Collaborative to create a tool that can help Orange County design comprehensive funding and outreach strategies.
After nearly nine years of dynamic partnership, Project Kinship has emerged as its own 5013c entity, marking a new era of hope, re-entry, and rebuilding.
From impactful collaborations with visionary leaders, to our extensive relief efforts, to support for social entrepreneurs and local community organizations, this month’s newsletter offers a deeper look into Charitable Ventures.
From trust-based philanthropy to community initiatives that build resilient, equitable and healthier communities, this month’s newsletter offers a deeper look into the world of nonprofits moving the needle on social justice and reshaping philanthropy.
What would it look like if we were able to embrace our donors and investors as true partners, and not as revenue sources? Our blog from CEO Anne Olin explores this new vision of partnership.
If we want the important work of justice and equity to serve as centering principles of our society, we must move the work from the margins to the center of the nonprofit sector.
Charitable Ventures is thrilled to partner with the consultancy Adelante Partners to bring needed skills and capacity to the region’s frontline nonprofit organizations.
Can you believe it? 2022 is almost over. In looking back across the months, we have much to celebrate, and we have listed those accomplishments in this year-end newsletter. Looking forward, there is so much more to do.