Community convenings

Connecting CHangemakers

Every year, Full Circle Fund convenes experts, thought leaders, and social entrepreneurs to learn about issues, policy trends, opportunities, and organizations making a difference.

 

These community events provide a forum for Full Circle Fund Members and the greater community to increase awareness of issues relevant to our Circle focus areas, exchange ideas, and learning about how to most effectively engage to build a better Bay Area.

Four Experts Set the Stage for 2017
Four Experts Set the Stage for 2017

With experts who cover our four impact Circles we set the stage for 2017 at our Kick-off event

Kick-off 2017
Kick-off 2017

Our community listens intently to our expert's state of the union.

Member Networking
Member Networking

Our Members network with the extended Full Circle Fund Community

2017 Education Event
2017 Education Event

Co-chair Nick Driver moderates the education panel with Gloria Lee and Hydra Mendoza

Education Event
Education Event

Our audience listens carefully to our talk on the future of schools.

Not just for Members
Not just for Members

These events aren't just for Members. They are also open to the extended Full Circle Fund community.

2017 Health Event
2017 Health Event

Co-Chair Kristen moderates our future of reproductive health event in May.

A time to connect
A time to connect

Our events aren't just for learning their a time to connect and extend our networks.

For everyone in the Bay
For everyone in the Bay

These events attract diverse crowds from all walks of life with a passion for the issues at hand.

Our 2017 Host

COVO is a community of thinkers, doers, and collaborators committed to making change in the world while living life to the fullest. They have generously donated their space for our Community Convenings to help ensure everyone in the greater Bay Area community has access to thought leaders supporting social impact.

Learn by Doing

One of the ways our Members learn the ins and outs of social impact is through our annual grant cycle. This program gives participants the opportunity to take a systematic approach from the multiple perspectives - funder, collaborator, and advocate.