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North Valley Nonprofit Council Meeting

(Chico – March 4, 2009) All local nonprofit organizations are welcome to attend the next quarterly meeting of the North Valley Nonprofit Council, Wednesday, March 11. This will take place at Grilla Bites,196 Cohasset Road in Chico, from 2:30 – 4:30 PM and is free.

Financial Training to Strengthen Local Nonprofits

Chico, California (January 26, 2009) – Local nonprofit leaders have the opportunity to participate in training provided by the Nonprofit Leadership Institute, a program of North Valley Community Foundation. On Monday, February 9, the topic will be “Money Matters! Financial Best practices for Nonprofits.”  The facilitator for this session will be Vada Bouffard, consultant to nonprofit organizations with extensive accounting experience in the private and non-profit worlds.

$2,000 in Grants Available to Serve Upper Ridge At-Risk Youth

$2,000 in Grants Available to Serve Upper Ridge At-Risk Youth

Chico, California (January 15, 2009) – Local nonprofit organizations interested in providing services that benefit at-risk youth residing in the Upper Ridge area of Paradise/Magalia are eligible to receive a portion of $2,000 in grant funds from the Harold Williams Grant Program, through North Valley Community Foundation. Proposals for funding must be submitted no later than February 10.

$20,000 in Grants Available for Organizations Serving Older Adults

Chico, California (January 9, 2009) – Local nonprofit organizations serving older adults are eligible to receive a portion of $20,000 in grant funds from the Emil and Leonora Stiefvater Grant Program, through North Valley Community Foundation. This grant program is a three year initiative to begin and/or expand endowment building programs among nonprofit organizations serving older adults in Butte, Glenn, Tehama and/or Colusa Counties.

North Valley Community Foundation Provides Training for Nonprofits

Chico, California (December 30, 2008) – Local nonprofit leaders have the opportunity to participate in two trainings in Chico provided by the Nonprofit Leadership Institute, a program of North Valley Community Foundation. On January 12th, a class titled “Effective Grant Strategies – Research, Writing, Timing”  will take place from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM at The Training Place on the Chico Campus of Butte Community College. The instructor for this class is Juri Brilts.

Community Foundation Offers Help on Starting a Nonprofit

Community Foundation Offers Help on Starting a Nonprofit

Chico, California (December 2, 2008) –  Starting December 9, community members have the opportunity to participate in monthly consultations on “How to Start a Nonprofit”. This service is provided by the North Valley Community Foundation’s Nonprofit Leadership Institute.

Anyone interested in creating a nonprofit organization is encouraged to attend. If you are considering starting a nonprofit organization, or have taken the first steps toward creating one, this service is suited for you.

North Valley Nonprofit Council to Meet December 10

(Chico – November 11, 2008) All local nonprofit organizations are welcome to attend the next quarterly meeting of the North Valley Nonprofit Council, Wednesday, December 10. This will take place at Grilla Bites,196 Cohasset Road in Chico, from 2:30 – 4:30 PM and is free.

North Valley Nonprofits Learn About Internet Tools

(Chico – November 12, 2008) A variety of local nonprofit organizations learned about emerging Internet tools and services during a training on November 10 provided by the Nonprofit Leadership Institute, a program of North Valley Community Foundation. Don Peterson, an Instructional Technology specialist, explained to those present how they can use free or low cost products and services to enhance their marketing, communication and fundraising efforts.

Community Foundation Offers $50,000 Challenge Grant to Torres Shelter

Chico, California (October 22, 2008) –  Alexa Valavanis, CEO of North Valley Community Foundation (NVCF), announced today that NVCF is offering $50,000 in challenge grant funds to stimulate community support for the Torres Shelter. This is possible through the generosity of a NVCF donor who wishes to remain anonymous. This challenge grant program will be called, “Shelter Our Neighbors”.

Record Breaking Fundraising Efforts

                               
 North Valley Community Foundation Record Breaking Fundraising Efforts

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