SJCPF is committed to the three stages of disaster relief – relief, recovery, and resilience. In February 2020, SJCPF convened with leaders from philanthropic, Community Based Organizations, and local government in Santa Rosa to discuss the findings of a six month assessment carried out in partnership with Charitable Ventures, and to discuss next steps in the region’s recovery, resilience, and preparedness for the future.
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To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are featuring Gabriela Robles, chief executive of SJCPF and AVP of Community Partnerships.
Gabriela Robles, chief executive of SJCPF, reflects on her experiences as a woman and a Latina in honor of Women's Equality Day.
The inaugural Summit Series event will focus on capacity building in our communities.
St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund Annual Letter from Chief Executive, Gabriela Robles
New funding initiative will support 10 nonprofit organizations across Providence system
To Build Local Resilience, We need a Different Approach to Disaster Relief Funding
St. Joseph the Worker awards are being given to these nonprofit organizations in honor of the Fund’s 35th anniversary, totalling $500,000.
The St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (SJCPF) is pleased to announce it has finalized its Board of Directors.
In solidarity with caregivers and communities in India
The legacy of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange is evident in the critical work being carried out by the Fund today.
Sonoma and Napa counties after the 2017 fires
The Growing Role of Hospitals in Community Health
A resource for our leaders and community partners who are working in collaboration to develop a comprehensive, equitable, and long-term strategy to address the root causes of such disparities.
An Impact Assessment of the Pandemic on the Region's Communities and Nonprofits
Topline Findings from Round One Proposals and Nonprofit Needs