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LBNP Accepting Applications For Capacity Development Service Awards

Accepting Applications for Capacity Development Service Grants The Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership (LBNP) is pleased to announce the availability of Capacity Development Service Awards for nonprofit organizations that serve children and youth. Thanks to the generous support of the Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, the LBNP will be accepting applications from children and youth serving organizations in the Greater Long Beach area who are interested in building their organizational capacity.

LBNP Accepting Applications for Capacity Development Service Grants

Accepting Applications for Capacity Development Service Grants The Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership (LBNP) is pleased to announce the availability of Capacity Development Service Grants for nonprofit organizations that serve children and youth. Thanks to the generous support of the Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, the LBNP will be accepting applications from children and youth serving organizations in the Greater Long Beach area who are interested in building their organizational capacity.

Community Foundation Announces $5.1 Million in New Grants to Nonprofits

beware of scams California Community Foundation (CCF) has announced $5,135,500 in new grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Los Angeles County, bringing the total amount of philanthropic support provided to local nonprofits in the last year alone by L.A.’s foundation to more than $16.4 million.

Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership Offers Grant Writing Certificate Program

lb-non-profit Roll up your sleeves! This intensive Three Day Grantwriting Workshop is designed to help you expand your knowledge and develop the skills needed to prepare a winning grant proposal. The workshop is filled with “how-to” instructions, samples, and exercises that will help you through the process.

Volunteer Village highlights many ways to serve the community

volunteer village long beach city college In celebration of National Volunteer Week, Long Beach City College will host a Spring Volunteer Village on Wednesday, April 21 from 3 to 7 p.m. The event provides potential volunteers an opportunity to interview nonprofitorganizations and public agencies to find a volunteer placement that matches their time, talents and interests.

Too busy? Time Management workshop presents techniques to cope

time-management Overworked, stressed? Not enough hours in the day? Well, make time for this. The Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership will host Del Black for a workshop geared towards helping busy professionals effectively manage conflicting demands.

Volunteer Village matches volunteers and nonprofits

volunteer village long beach city college Volunteer Village, the one stop shopping event for matching potential volunteers with nonprofit and public agencies will be taking place on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at the Liberal Arts Campus (LAC) of Long Beach City College for the first time.

Building Effective Teams That Make a Difference at LBNP

port grant workshops Did you know there are 10 key characteristics needed to build healthy and motivated teams? Here is one of  them:  Clearly Defined Roles. Del Black from Deep Roots Consulting, a skilled trainer with decades of experience working with teams in both the private and public sector, will lead a “Tools of the Trade” workshop at the Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership on Thursday, July 16 from 9:30 a.m.

12 community groups share $80,000 to improve life along Connected Corridor

connected-corridor-phase-two-grants Twelve North Atlantic Avenue community groups will receive a total of $80,000 in funding and technical grant management assistance to build a stronger community in the Bixby Knolls area of Atlantic Avenue — Connected Corridor’s Phase Two.

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