Few subjects are as important to the survival of faiths and other nonprofits as understanding the laws that apply to their organizations,” says William Taylor, Esq., President, The Business Lawyers.
Faith-based and other nonprofit organizations often feel at a loss for finding or affording great grant writers. So how do you find someone with the skills to write winning proposals that help bring in funds?
The David E. Glover Education and Technology Center (DEGETC) recently announced its new TECH U Program, which offers a variety of free technology-based trainings for youth ages 12-18, including computer coding and digital media.
The Oakland Citizens Committee for Urban Renewal (OCCUR) will host its second annual David E. Glover Legacy Awards, honoring people who have impacted the lives of others and created change in the community, 6:30pm, [...]
Rev. Dr. Valerie Miles Tribble, Assistant Professor of Ministerial Leadership and Practical Theology at American Baptist Seminary of the West (ABSW) Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, has trained hundreds of nonprofit leaders in [...]
OCCUR and The San Francisco Foundation Faiths Program are presenting a workshop on Friday, June 26, “Data Collection for Designing Knockout Programs and Winning Grants.” “All grant seekers want big money and believe their [...]
OCCUR and The San Francisco Foundation FAITHS Program will host the second in a series of free workshops, the 2015 Model Built on Faith Capacity Building Series VIII.
OCCUR and The San Francisco Foundation FAITHS Program present: Cracking the Social Media Code: Success Strategies for Faiths and Nonprofits “Do you tweet or really understand the cloud?” quips Carmen Bogan, Program Director of the [...]
OCCUR held its inaugural David E. Glover Legacy Awards this week – a benefit for the David E. Glover Education & Technology Center – on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at Impact Hub Oakland.
OCCUR and The San Francisco Foundation Faiths Program presents the Grassroots Fundraising Workshop with Developmental Expert Kim Klein on September 16th at First Unitarian Church in Oakland.