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Helping Non-Profits Be Their Best for Their Community
IECC Thrive Conference
Every year the Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC) hosts the IECC Thrive Conference. Bringing together leaders and innovators in the world of nonprofits, the Thrive Conference gives these professionals a space to give thought provoking lectures on using various techniques and technologies to make nonprofits more equitable and inclusive while advocating for unity and policy within our organizations.
Capacity Building Academy
During a nine-month period, participants in the Capacity Building Academy (CBA) attend monthly sustainability planning workshops. Each workshop will help your organization learn how to not only be sustainable but to be effective. From strategic financing to nonprofit governance our annual CBA program will help your organization thrive!
Holiday Food Drive
Each December, IECC, supporting organizations, and community members put together the Holiday Food Drive. We typically assemble over 1,000 baskets of food for local families in San Bernardino County who are low-income and food insecure. For over 4 years, and more than a MILLION dollars a year worth of food, the IECC Holiday Food Drive has helped make the holidays a little brighter for families in need.
Family and Community Support Partnership
Proven research and expertise supports the FCSP initiative to build on a family’s strengths, leading to a improving parenting and family functioning, healthy environments for the optimal development of all children, and a reduction in the incidence of child abuse.
The IECC Grant Bulletin is envisioned to be a resource for nonprofit organizations serving the Inland Empire. In addition to the Grant Bulletin, IECC publishes our own opportunities report listing grant source possibilities that have been identified for community based organizations providing services in the Inland Empire. The information in this bulletin was compiled by Social Entrepreneurs, Inc. with support from First 5 San Bernardino.
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