Research

Charitable Giving in L.A. County Down $1 Billion Since 2006

New study finds decline in giving amid urgent and rising need in Los Angeles. LOS ANGELES – June 3, 2016 – A study commissioned by the California Community Foundation (CCF), and conducted by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, finds that local giving is on a decline, with Los Angeles County residents declaring $7.16 […]

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Where do we go From Here? Philanthropic Support For Black Men and Boys

By Seema Shah Director and Grace Sato, The Foundation Center

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Stressed and Stretched: The Annual State of the Sector Report

By Zeke Hasenfeld, Hyeon Jong Kil, Mindy Chen, Bill Parent; Edited by Jocelyn Guihama, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

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The Future of Philanthropy in Los Angeles: Highlights

Highlights from CCF’s 2011 study reveal the coming $1.3 trillion transfer of wealth in Los Angeles County and a tremendous opportunity to create a thriving nonprofit sector.

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The Future of Philanthropy in Los Angeles: A Wealth of Opportunity

CCF’s 2011 study reveals the coming $1.3 trillion transfer of wealth in Los Angeles County and a tremendous opportunity to create a thriving nonprofit sector.

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Rhetoric vs. Reality – A Strategic Disconnect of Community Foundations

By Ellie Buteau, Ph.D. and Andrea Brock, Center for Effective Philanthropy

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Measure of America: A Portrait of California

By American Human Development Project of the Social Science Research Council

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Investing in Our Creative Capital: 2011 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of Los Angeles

By Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, Commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design

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Reparable Harm: Executive Summary  

By Laurie Olsen, Ph.D; A Californians Together Research & Policy Publication

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Immigrant Integration Strategy for L.A. County  

By Michael Fix, Laureen Laglagaron, Aaron Matteo Terrazas and Margie McHugh, National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy, Migration Policy Institute

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Importance of Early Care and Education  

By Taryn W. Morrissey and Mildred E. Warner, Cornell University

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Buenos Principios: Latino Children in the Earliest Years of Life

By Miriam Calderon, Associate Director, Policy Analysis Center Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation, National Council of La Raza

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Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Licensed Family Child Care Providers. 2006 Study

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

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Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Licensed Child Care Centers, 2006

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

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Early Care and Education Workforce Study: Highlights of 2006 Statewide Study

By Marcy Whitebook, Laura Sakai, Fran Kipnis, Yuna Lee, Dan Bellm, Richard Speiglman, Mirella Almaraz, LaToya Stubbs, and Paulina Tran Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California at Berkeley; California Child Care Resource and Referral Network

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