Now Reading: Long Beach Non-Profits
Nonprofit organizations tell a lot about a community. What does a city care about? You can often tell by the nonprofit groups that they support. It’s obvious that Long Beach cares because there is a strong network of nonprofits serving the local community with the help of committed volunteers.
The Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) is offering more than $40,000 in grants to nonprofits who successfully demonstrate a potential collaboration with one or more nonprofits to provide service, training or programming in Long Beach.
The Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) is currently accepting applications for grants available through the Knight Foundation Donor Advised Fund. These grants, encouraging civic innovation, range between $10,000 and $50,000 and are available to Long Beach nonprofits or nonprofits with Long Beach-based initiatives.
The Long Beach Depot for Creative ReUse invites everyone 21+ to attend their first annual charity “Casino Night” fundraiser: “Discover the Power of RE & Party with a Purpose!” on Saturday, August 15, 2015. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Fund microgrants for Long Beach artists and get rewarded. The Arts Council for Long Beach launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for artist microgrants. The Indiegogo crowdfunding effort raises money for the Arts Council’s popular monthly microgrant program.
The public is invited to shop for great finds and delightful treasures at a large Rummage and Book Sale on Thursday, June 18 and Friday, June 19, 2015. The Center is located at Covenant Presbyterian Church. The Rummage Sale will take place in the parking lot.
Experts from across the goods movement industry spoke Wednesday at the 11th annual “Pulse of the Ports: Peak Season Forecast,” an event hosted by the Port of Long Beach that drew 600 people to the Long Beach Convention Center’s Pacific Ballroom to hear how current trends will affect trade throughout the rest of the year.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Kirk Davis, Past President of Downtown Long Beach Lions Club, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
New Image Emergency Shelter for the Homeless, Inc. (New Image) will host its 4th Charity Voyage fundraiser Saturday, April 18, 2015, aboard ‘The Majestic’, one of the Pacific Avalon Charters’ Luxury Yachts. This year’s fundraiser brings with it a special celebration for the non-profit agency, as it is celebrating the successful completion of 26 years in the provision of emergency and transitional housing placement, comprehensive case management, and supportive services to more than 2.6 million homeless and low-income individuals and families with children, throughout Los Angeles City/County.
Justin Rudd’s nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT) is hosting their 11th-annual Operation Easter Basket. The goal is to collect and distribute 2,000 baskets this year to economically-disadvantaged boys and girls — ages birth to 16.
Childhood sexual abuse survivor turned author, speaker, child advocate and activist Erin Merryn is the founder and president of Erin’s Law. On April 1, For The Child’s annual Circle of Friends breakfast features special guest speaker Erin Merryn, a childhood sexual abuse survivor turned author, speaker, child advocate and activist.