On October 11, Buck Gee gave a talk about US charitable vehicles to a delegation of Chinese non-profit leaders.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will be holding its first public meeting about the Chinatown Green Alley Project on August 20.
The Pathways to Citizenship initiative will assist immigrants through the citizenship process as well as encourage civic participation among them.
KQED has selected Co-founder and Vice Chairman David Lei as one of its Asian Pacific American Heritage Heroes for 2013.
East Bay Community Foundation highlights Chinese American donor’s work in the community through insightful video.
The Northern California Planned Giving Council will hold a half-day symposium on planned giving for non-profit Board Directors on April 29 in San Francisco.
Asians and Pacific Islanders with Disabilities of California is seeking responses for a quick survey on mental health within the Asian American community, due March 31.
On April 24-25, the Committee of 100 will hold its annual conference and gala in Washington DC. Members of the public are invited to attend, with fees starting at $500 for non-profit professionals.
The Northern California Planned Giving Council is offering ten scholarships to its April 29 conference for individuals employed by organizations that are just starting, or are considering starting, a planned giving program.
Ascend is looking for a West Coast Regional Executive Director, a new position based in either San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Seattle. More information about this position and how to apply below.