Advisor Profile: Michele Mulrooney

April 5, 2022

Michele Mulrooney is a partner in Willkie’s Private Clients Group. She focuses her practice on estate planning for high-net-worth individuals, including actors, directors, writers, producers, artists, sports figures, business owners, executives and real estate investors. She has substantial experience in all aspects of estate planning, including the preservation and protection of wealth for generations of […]

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How to Engage Your Family in Philanthropy

January 25, 2022

By Tammy Johnson, Senior Philanthropic Advisor The new year brings the promise of renewal and new opportunities. It is also a time to reflect on the challenges of the last two years and to create a plan to help our most vulnerable neighbors survive and, better yet, thrive in 2022. During the recent winter break, […]

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Advisor Profile: Eric Grodan

November 17, 2021

Eric Grodan is a Senior Vice President, Senior Financial Advisor with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and a partner of the VCMPTG Group. Eric focuses on counseling high net worth families, business owners, and real estate developers through the complex process of estate and wealth transfer planning. With an extensive background as a transactional attorney, […]

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Charitable Gifts of Cryptocurrency

By George Dulgeryan, J.D., LL.M., C.S.P.G. The California Community Foundation (CCF) specializes in simplifying the process of converting complex, illiquid assets into charitable contributions and philanthropic dollars for the community. From commercial real estate to cryptocurrency, we have experience facilitating gifts of a broad range of assets. If you are considering selling your crypto and […]

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Let’s talk about giving with CCF donor, Alan Davis

June 8, 2021

Alan S. Davis is the President of the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund and Director of WhyNot Initiative. Q:  WHAT ROLE DOES PHILANTHROPY PLAY IN YOUR FAMILY? My family was very philanthropic growing up. We were told that whatever income we may make to spend 25% on ourselves and needs, 25% on housing, 25% for […]

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90 Nonprofit Organizations Receive $36.1 Million for Post-Pandemic Rebuilding

May 20, 2021

The LA Arts Recovery Fund announced today the 90 nonprofit organizations to receive more than $36M in grants for post-pandemic rebuilding. Grant recipients span visual arts, theater, music, dance, literary arts, and arts education and serve communities throughout Los Angeles County. The Fund will provide operating support grants, ranging from $5,000 to $2 million over a period […]

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The Donor’s Journey of Growth & Discovery

April 21, 2021

Becoming a donor is a journey of growth, exploration and self-discovery. At the California Community Foundation (CCF), our goal is to help donors along that journey with inspiration and community. We are excited to announce our newly upgraded online philanthropic resource center, DonorConnect, which offers a full suite of tools to help you learn, grow, […]

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Los Angeles must commit to an equitable recovery

April 14, 2021

By Antonia Hernandez, President and CEO of the California Community Foundation, Robert Ross, President and CEO of The California Endowment, Judy Belk, President and CEO of The California Wellness Foundation, Miguel Santana, President and CEO of the Weingart Foundation and chair of the Committee for Greater LA.  Originally published in Los Angeles Daily News.   […]

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CARES Act Charitable Giving Provisions Extended Through 2021

February 2, 2021

By George Dulgeryan, Senior Development Officer and William Strickland, Planned Giving Officer On March 27, 2020, the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”) was enacted and in acknowledgement of the essential role that nonprofit organizations play during the COVID-19 outbreak, it provided individuals and corporations with tax incentives for […]

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The Evolving Pandemic Landscape & Germination of Positive Systemic Change

January 5, 2021

The coronavirus outbreak, economic disruptions and calls for racial justice—as well as the uncertainty of what might come next—have revealed existing inequities in our housing, education, health care, food security, criminal justice and employment. We are at a turning point. Two roads in the forest. One merely leads to a recovery. The other leads us to a renewal.

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