Long Beach Connected Corridor

Connected Corridor Hosts Community Event Tonight

connected-corridor Project evaluation Today, January 25, 2011,  the Connected Corridor is hosting a community event at Hamilton Middle School. It will be a time for conversations and information gathering. The theme for the event is Change is Happening! Jim Worsham, President and CEO of Long Beach Community Foundation says, “One of the best ways to learn where Long Beach is headed, is to first learn where it has been.

Connected Corridor Grant Plants Seed For Growing Green Roots Sponsored Art Project at Roosevelt Elementary School

artcontest-flyer Growing Green Roots (GGR) is the recipient of a grant from the Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) as part of Phase 4 of the Leadership Long Beach Atlantic Corridor Project, popularly referred to as the Connected Corridor.

Long Beach Community Foundation to Conduct Professional Evaluation of Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor Project

lb-community-foundation Evaluators to survey the community on its effectiveness Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) has engaged the services of Behavioral Assessment Inc. (BAI) to conduct a professional evaluation of the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor project, which started in Fall 2007.

Green Jobs Workshop Coming Your Way!

hardhat-green-jobs Stellar Organizational Development, LLC, sponsored by Catalyst Community, Green Long Beach and North American School of Green Technology, will be facilitating a free workshop to Long Beach Connected Corridor residents entitled: What the Heck is a Green Collar Job?

RFP for Project evaluation for Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor

connected-corridor Project evaluation Long Beach Community Foundation is seeking proposals for a professional evaluation of the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor Community Collaboration project in Long Beach. The full Request for Proposal (RFP) is available for download on the Long Beach Community Foundation website.

Growing Green Roots Receives Grant to Foster Artistic Expression in Children

GGR-Team_1 Growing Green Roots Receives Grant from Jim Worsham of the Long Beach Community Foundation Growing Green Roots (GGR) is the recipient of a grant from the Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) as part of Phase 4 of the Leadership Long Beach Atlantic Corridor Project, popularly referred to as the Connected Corridor.

Connected Corridor Phase 4 Grant Applications Available Deadline Approaching

connected-corridor Project evaluation Grant applications are now being accepted for the Phase 4 area (Pacific Coast Highway to Ocean Blvd along Atlantic Avenue) of the Connected Corridor. Groups and organizations are encouraged to apply for these community-based grants, which promote greater collaboration, community empowerment and civic engagement.

Leadership Long Beach Exceeds Fundraising Goal in its First Annual Community Campaign

leadership-long-beach meets fundraising goal Leadership Long Beach, long known for its significant presence because of its well-regarded leadership programs, has reached its Community Campaign Fundraising goal of $30,000. The success of this first venture is due to the fund development efforts of alumni and the cultivation of new donors.

ReThinking Greater Long Beach sponsors community events for Connected Corridor’s Phase 4 outreach

connected-corridor Project evaluation All are invited to attend one of the community presentation events by ReThinking Greater Long Beach on June 2 (afternoon) or June 16 (evening) as part of the Atlantic Avenue Connected Corridor’s Phase 4 outreach. These two presentations by ReThinking Greater Long Beach, a self-described Think Tank, in which they will provide a statistical picture of the community based on poverty and demographics to highlight who is living along the Corridor and under what conditions, K-12 education to show how our children are performing in school as well as public safety to show the crime problems that we must deal with along this portion of the Corridor.

Emergency grants available for healthcare services along Atlantic Avenue Corridor

grant money for health care organizations long beach Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF), a well-known grant-making institution, was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to provide immediate emergency capital to Long Beach healthcare centers to help manage and meet the needs of rising patient caseloads during these challenging economic times.

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