What is your Mission?
In a time of rapid change and evolving needs, Impact Cubed shares deep knowledge and connections to changemakers with people who want to make smart, lasting impact in their community. Impact Cubed stimulates philanthropy and builds social sector capacity.
What do you offer to our community?
Impact Cubed spreads awareness about community needs and spark more giving to respond to them. Our advisors offer the tools, resources and services that community members need to magnify their impact, including:
- Relationships with local grassroots efforts and unique information about issues facing our community
- Workshops, group learning, coaching, and facilitation to support donors with their priorities
- Expertise to advise giving strategy coupled with deep, long-term, trusting relationships to partner, connect, and network
- Educational programs to build capacity of nonprofits and movements
- Fiscal sponsorship for new social change initiatives
What was your organization/company’s biggest accomplishment in the past six months—one year?
Impact Cubed’s series of highly relevant and responsive memos educate about opportunities to donate to vetted nonprofits meeting pressing challenges. These communications have generated broader awareness about COVID-19 effects, food access, equitable vaccine access, disaster relief in Texas, and more, and leveraged contributions from the community to effect much needed change. We’re so moved by the generous responses from our neighbors! Read our memos and access more resources here.
Which event or campaign do you have coming up that you would like to share with our readers?
We’re hosting an important conversation about the disproportionate load women are bearing especially as a result of the pandemic on Thursday, April 22, 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT. We are proud to partner on this event with seven influential women’s giving circles in our region: Black Women’s Resiliency Fund, Hand to Hand, Jewish Women’s Foundation of San Diego, Latina Giving Circle, Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund, San Diego Women’s Foundation, and Women Give San Diego.
In this last year, women have been called on to bear a disproportionate load. When is enough enough? How can we implement bold vision to take transformative action? COVID has not only forced women to make impossible choices between work and sustaining families, it has taken a devastating economic toll, particularly for Black and Latina women.
From the depths of failure and despair must come big thinking to immediately disrupt these trends and fulfill the Jewish imperative of an equitable society and community. We cannot afford to do less.
- Yavilah McCoy, Executive Director and CEO, Dimensions Education Consulting
- Rachel Monroe, President and CEO, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
- Sheila Katz, CEO, National Council of Jewish Women
Hosted by Charlene Seidle, Executive Vice President, Leichtag Foundation
What do you benefit most from being a member of NCPC?
Among the many perks of NCPC membership, we appreciate the capacity building opportunities for our region’s social impact professionals and organizations that lead to a stronger field. We are also so grateful for the collaborations and partnerships that enhance all of our work and reach.