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TAKE ACTION Read About How Philanthropy Can Best Support Nonprofits

The report from Center for Effective Philanthropy examines the state of practice in philanthropy regarding multiyear general operating support.

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COVID-19 RESOURCES Get the Care You Need

Worrying about possible COVID-19 symptoms and want to get screened? If you have insurance, call your provider first (your insurance should cover it for free). No insurance? Call your local public health department – learn more and connect with resources here.

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COVID-19 RESOURCES Racial Equity and Social Justice Resources

Racial Equity Tools' COVID-19 Racial Equity & Social Justice list includes information to help communities and activists as they work to understand and respond to the moment and for the long haul.

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COVID-19 RESOURCES COVID-19 Digest: Updates from Cal Wellness

This digest summarizes developments in policies and public-health guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on California.

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Take Action Become a Better Leader

If you’re a CEO of a community foundation, consider applying to the CFLeads’ Executive Leadership Institute. Consider this year-long program if you’re looking to deepen your community foundation’s impact, are interested in exchanging ideas with your peers and are excited about learning from your colleagues in the field.

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TAKE ACTION Learn About Gun Violence

Hispanics in California are disproportionately impacted by firearm violence. Read the powerful report from Violence Policy Center, "Lethal Hispanic/Latino Firearm Victimization in California," which details the disproportionate impact of lethal gun violence on Hispanics/Latinos in California.

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