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WE ARE HELPING TODAY’S LEADERS

SHAPE THE FUTURE OF PHILANTHROPY

Our active network lends time, talent and resources to accelerate local change.

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Re-Coding Philanthropy on 11/6

Join us on 11/6 at Bimbo's 365 Club in San Francisco for an unforgettable night celebrating collective impact, Full Circle Fund's work, and dynamic leaders who are changing the world!

Together, we will honor Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn, Jacquelline Fuller of Google.org, and the founders of Airbnb for their achievements in leveraging technology to catalyze social change. Register now!

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Demo Day 2014: Best Night Ever!

Demo Day 2014 was our third and best Demo Day to date! Read about the event's highlights, Grant Partner pitches, surprises, and more in our 2014 summary here.

Many thanks to all who made this night special, including: event sponsors The San Francisco Foundation and The Trium Group, Folsom Street Foundry, Marc Smolowitz, Thomas Minczeski, all 2014 Grant Partners, Microsoft, La Cocina, Brett Garling, Member leads, our board, volunteers and supporters

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Black Girls Code's Founder Named One of CNN's 10 Visionary Women

Kimberly Bryant was just named one of CNN's 10 Visionary Women for her leadership of Black Girls Code! In 2013, we worked on scaling Black Girls Code's chapter model and partnership expansion to meet demand for their innovative program around the U.S.

Bryant was named one of 11 "Champions of Change for Tech Inclusion" by the White House in 2013, and has also been honored by The San Francisco Foundation at the 2014 Women Changing The World Luncheon.

Members involved include:

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    Lauren Weston

    Lauren Weston

    Anchor Consulting Services

    Impact Circle:

    Economic Opportunity

    Education

    I graduated from UC Davis with a degree in International Relations and went on to work for a political consulting firm in Sacramento Ca. After years of running school board races and school bonds, I went on to graduate school at New York University for a degree in fundraising and philanthropy. Post graduation, I have focused my professional career with non profits dedicated to the whole health of a child, such as the YMCA, Boys and Girls Clubs, and now Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area. I have served on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of greater Sacramento as well as being actively engaged in volunteer positions across youth services.

  • WEBID0000002310 Christa B. United Way of... Community Mobilization...
    Christa Brown

    Christa Brown

    United Way of the Bay Area

    Community Mobilization Officer

    Impact Circle:

    Economic Opportunity

    Christa is a committed advocate for global economic social justice, with a background in public policy and international relations. Christa currently works for United Way of the Bay Area, an organization dedicated to reducing poverty in the Bay Area. In her current role, Christa provides program growth and technical assistance to four centers for low income families across the Bay Area, working with a network of over fifty non-profit partners who provide individualized, long term support for families working toward self-sufficiency. Christa graduated cum laude from University of San Francisco in Politics and Middle Eastern studies, focusing on refugee resettlement and women’s rights.

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    Michelle Carreon

    Michelle Carreon

    Levi Strauss & Co.

    Assistant to Office of President & CEOof President & CEO

    Impact Circle:

    Economic Opportunity

    Growing up on the border of Texas and Mexico, Michelle’s involvement in social work on both sides of the border developed into a passion for travel and economic issues. After receiving her BA from Loyola University Chicago she traveled for four months visiting 10 countries in 2 continents. On her return to the States she pursued a career in small business development as a Marketing Consultant for a national franchise (BAB, Inc.) of “Mom-and-Pop” cafés focusing on grassroots efforts for four years. She continued to assist sole proprietors in the massage industry by providing marketing tools and services in the role of Retention Manager for the largest non-profit association of massage therapists (AMTA) in the country before moving to San Francisco in 2009. She has continued to pursue her passion in small businesses development and economic opportunity by coaching and consulting small business owners nationally while contracting for CB Richard Ellis Property Management and volunteering with The Volunteer Center of San Francisco.

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2013: A Year In Review

Check out our 2013 Annual Report, which includes our milestones, partnerships, impact snapshots, and innovative programs from last year.

Many thanks to our Members, Alumni, Grant Partners, Strategic Partners, sponsors, investors, and wonderful network of supporters for making 2013 an amazing year for Full Circle Fund!

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Full Circle Fund Housewarming

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2014 Annual Retreat

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Nov 6

2014 Full Circle Fund Annual Benefit: Re-Coding Philanthropy

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