Nonprofit Loan Fund Orientation Session
Nonprofits interesting in applying for loans through the Loan Fund are strongly encouraged to attend an upcoming orientation session.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
10 – 11:30 a.m.
State Bank and Trust
415 E Paces Ferry Road Northeast
There will be a book giveaway to one lucky winner!
The Cash Flow Management Book for Nonprofits; A Step-by-Step Guide for Managers, Consultants, and Boards By Murray Dropkin and Allyson Hayden
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The Nonprofit Loan Fund helps nonprofit organizations in our 23-county service area meet short-term funding needs by providing bridge loans.
Neighborhood Fund Orientation Session
Resident groups who are interested in applying to the Neighborhood Fund are encouraged to participate in an upcoming online orientation session. During the session, Neighborhood Fund staff will review eligibility criteria, the grantmaking process and timeline and application instructions. Staff will also provide tips on making your application more competitive!
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
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The first deadline to apply for the first round of grants is June 4, 2012. The second deadline of the year is October 1, 2012. For more than 20 years, the Neighborhood Fund has provided small grants and guidance to empower community members to positively impact neighborhoods at the local level.
The Community Foundation supports organizational development through the provision of scholarships and access to learning opportunities and resources. Nonprofits that have received a grant from any of the Foundation’s discretionary grant programs in the last seven years are eligible to apply for resources.
Free classes currently available, in partnership with the Foundation Center:
Nonprofits can also apply for resources to attend classes, conferences and workshops of their choosing.
Visit the Nonprofit Scholarships page to access application materials and for complete details.