Sponsors

The Grassroots Fundraising Journal is proud to recognize the sponsors that are supporting Raising Change: A Social Justice Fundraising Conference. It is with the help of our sponsors that we are able to keep the event affordable to a broad spectrum of nonprofit board members, volunteers and staff.

Presenting Sponsors:

The Building Movement Project was conceived out of a meeting with twenty people working in small social change nonprofits from across the United States. The meeting examined the role of social change nonprofits in the larger sector, and the constraints they faced in meeting their goals. The results of these discussions led to the Building Movement project, which is designed to explore and challenge (1) the current assumptions and expectations of how US-based social change nonprofit organizations should operate and (2) their impact on building larger movements for change. www.buildingmovement.org

Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT) develops and strengthens the grassroots fundraising skills of people working for social justice as our contribution to building the movement. Because we believe movement organizations must be effective and self-sufficient, our goal is to build the capacity of progressive organizations to raise money and to increase the number of people of color in fundraising. www.grassrootsinstitute.org

Partner Organizations:

CompassPoint Nonprofit Services is a nonprofit training, consulting and research organization with offices in San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Through a broad range of services, we provide nonprofits with the management tools, concepts and strategies necessary to shape change in their communities. www.compasspoint.org

The Development Executives Roundtable (DER) is an informal association of individuals – professional staff and consultants, board members and other volunteers, as well as those exploring new career possibilities who meet monthly to learn more about all aspects of fundraising.

The National Community Development Initiative seeks to build capacity for social change in communities of color and other underserved communities in a culturally-based way.  We do this by providing consulting services that support organizational development, training for consultants and community helpers, and by sharing what we learn with the field.  www.ncdinet.org

Additional Sponsors:

ACLU, Northern California Chapter
Agape Foundation: Fund for Nonviolent Social Change
Applied Research Center
Astraea Foundation
Marilyn Bancel, The Oram Group
Building Movement Project
California Association of Nonprofits
California Endowment
Changemakers
Cheryl Clarke
Pamela Cook
CompassPoint Nonprofit Services
Susan Corlett
Merry Demarest
Development Executives Roundtable
The Dialogue Project (Resource Generation & Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy)
Laurie Earp
Exhale
Rona Fernandez
Netsy Firestein
Alan Lee Follett
Susan Fox
Tori Freeman
French American Charitable Trust
Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues
Funding Exchange
Gil Gerald & Associates
Gerbode Foundation
Joseph Garrett & Spike Lomibao
Grassroots Fundraising Journal
Ruth Herring
Lisa Hoffman
Marika Holmgren, Organic Events
Jossey-Bass, A Wiley Imprint
Si Kahn
Swan Keyes
Helen Kim
Klein & Roth Consulting
Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center
Steve Lew
Rebecca Liebman
Jan Masaoka
Dahnesh Medora
Alex Momtchiloff
Jo Moore
Movement Strategy Center
Laura McCrea
Ms. Foundation for Women
Needmor Fund
Theresa Nelson & Associates
Heba Nimr
Elaine Nonneman
Nonprofit & Public Management, Haas School of Business, University of CA, Berkeley
Philanthropic Ventures
Piedmont Chiropractic
Cathy Rion
Deb Ross
Russell Roybal
Tricia Rubacky
Saad & Shaw – Comprehensive Fund Development Services
San Francisco Foundation
Y. & H. Soda Foundation
Michael Stein
Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program
van Löben Sels/Rembe Rock Foundation
Ali Vogt
Mal Warwick
Duane Welsch
Melissa White
David Wight
Pam Williams
Andrea Wise
Women Donors Network
Sondra Zambino

(as of 5.1.06)