TIPPING POINT SELECTS HONOREES FOR ANNUAL COMMUNITY AWARD

Legal Aid of Sonoma County, Compass Family Services, and College Track recognized at 12th Annual Tipping Point Awards Breakfast SAN FRANCISCO (December 7, 2018) ­­ — Today, Tipping Point Community hosted its 12th Annual Awards Breakfast, honoring standout partners and individuals committed to breaking the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area. The event showcased the work &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/tipping-point-selects-honorees-for-annual-community-award">Continued</a>

TIPPING POINT COMMUNITY INVESTS OVER $33 MILLION IN 2017 NORTH BAY FIRE RECOVERY EFFORTS

48 Non-Profits Supporting Low-Income Fires Survivors Receive Funding Photo Credit: Santa Rosa Press-Democrat SAN FRANCISCO (October 9, 2018) — Today, Tipping Point Community, a non-profit organization working to break the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area, announced it has raised and allocated $33.8 million to organizations supporting low-income communities hit hardest by last year’s deadly fires &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/tipping-point-community-invests-over-33-million-in-2017-north-bay-fire-recovery-efforts">Continued</a>

T Lab + ROC Project Summary

T Lab, Tipping Point’s R+D team, researches, prototypes, and tests new social services in partnership with our grantees and the Bay Area community at large. “[My need for child care has] prevented me from finding employment I’d prefer.” “I had a management position at work and I had to voluntarily demote myself because it wasn’t feasible &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/t-lab-roc-project-summary">Continued</a>

Tipping Point Community Raises More than $15 Million at Annual Benefit to Fight Poverty in the Bay…

SAN FRANCISCO (May 4, 2018) — More than 1,000 people joined together for Tipping Point Community’s 12th annual Benefit last night, raising a total of more than $15 million, to support organizations fighting poverty in the Bay Area. The event, that explored connection through a theme of The Common Thread, is the San Francisco Bay Area’s largest &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/tipping-point-community-raises-more-than-15-million-at-annual-benefit-to-fight-poverty-in-the-bay">Continued</a>

Making tech accessible: How Box is making space for diversity + inclusion

Box IT Director Jason Bergado with his team Many of us know cloud-content management company Box for the collaboration and storage it provides, and the often invisible ways it makes our daily work easier. But to Tipping Point, Box is making space not just for important documents, but for the essential and complex work of true &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/making-tech-accessible-how-box-is-making-space-for-diversity-inclusion">Continued</a>

Paint by Numbers: Data Partnership with EDD Illustrates Employment Program Successes

It can be really difficult to track the success of workforce development programs. Getting the information involves contacting program participants who may not receive or respond to emails or calls, and then asking them about sensitive topics such as whether they’re still employed and if they make enough money to support their family. And then &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/paint-by-numbers-data-partnership-with-edd-illustrates-employment-program-successes">Continued</a>

The nonprofit sector has a leadership problem — and Tipping Point is looking to shift it

By Jonathan Brack Recent research shows that people of color represent over 40% of the nonprofit workforce, but less than 20% of executive directors of nonprofit organizations nationally identify as a person of color. These statistics have not changed in nearly 20 years, even as the U.S. population and overall nonprofit workforce has grown increasingly diverse. &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/the-nonprofit-sector-has-a-leadership-problem-and-tipping-point-is-looking-to-shift-it">Continued</a>

TIPPING POINT EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND REACHES $30 MILLION FOR NORTH BAY FIRE RECOVERY

Band Together 2 Featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers and Lukas Nelson &amp; Promise of the Real Generates over $4 Million; 100% of Funds Go to Low-Income Communities Hardest Hit SAN FRANCISCO (December 15, 2017) — Today, Tipping Point Community, a non-profit that fights poverty in the Bay Area, announced that it has raised $30 million for its Emergency &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/tipping-point-emergency-relief-fund-reaches-30-million-for-north-bay-fire-recovery">Continued</a>

Tipping Point Announces 2017 Annual Awards Breakfast Honorees

Genesys Works Bay Area, New Teacher Center, On the Move, SHELTER, Inc., and Box recognized for outstanding work in the community; $1 million giving match announced SAN FRANCISCO (December 1, 2017) ­­ — Today, Tipping Point Community hosted its 11th Annual Awards Breakfast in honor of standout partners and individuals committed to breaking the cycle of poverty &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/tipping-point-announces-2017-annual-awards-breakfast-honorees">Continued</a>

Who Pays More for Less?

The Bay Area’s poorest residents face hidden costs at every turn In the Bay Area, 1.3 million residents are too poor to meet their basic needs. One in 10 families must choose between rent and groceries. Parents work three, sometimes four, jobs at minimum wage to provide for their children. The path out of poverty is &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/who-pays-more-for-less">Continued</a>