SCG builds a community where members can connect, innovate, build trust amongst one another, and collaborate across sectors. We foster an inclusive space for partnerships and encourage you to get in touch with our team should you want to initiate new collaborations!
Collaborative Efforts & Initiatives
Philanthropy California is an initiative of Northern California Grantmakers (NCG), SCG, and San Diego Grantmakers (SDG). Our combined membership represents more than 600 foundations, corporate funders, philanthropic individuals and families, giving circles, and government agencies who invest billions every year to support communities across the state, the country, and worldwide. Learn More
An initiative of Southern California Grantmakers, the Center for Strategic Partnerships is a collaboration between government and philanthropy that is located within the Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office.
The Los Angeles County Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN) is a collaborative effort that will unite the community through partnership, support, and engagement across all levels of government, business, nonprofits, philanthropy, and the general public.
The Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative is a structured network of public, private, and government agencies working together to reduce suffering and improve the lives of veterans, service members, and military families in Los Angeles County. This work is achieved through strategically improving and coordinating their access to services, reducing barriers to care, and influencing policy.
The Black Equity Collective is a community-public-private partnership with Black equity as its central, unifying force. Their mission is to join funders and communities as partners in strengthening the long-term sustainability of Black-led and Black-empowering organizations in Southern California.
The Committee for Greater LA assembled civic leaders at the start of the COVID pandemic to prioritize the recovery of LA County’s most marginalized communities. The committee consists of a cross-sectoral group of Angelenos who share a vision that our region’s response to the COVID pandemic can advance systems change and dismantle the institutions and policies that have perpetuated institutional racism. In September 2020, the committee released a comprehensive, landmark report, in partnership with UCLA and USC, No Going Back: Together for an Equitable and Inclusive Los Angeles. No Going Back LA evolved from this report into an ongoing agenda for systems change powered by the Committee for Greater LA.