9-2 National Field Meeting on Affordable Housing // 9/7 Karen Bass hosts meeting of Covid 19 and Communities of Color


Meeting TOMORROW and Advocacy Opportunity from National Alliance to End Homelessness (Jerry Jones)

In less than two weeks, Congress will begin voting on the largest infusion of affordable housing funding since the era of modern homelessness began – up to $318 billion as part of the pending $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill. We have a once-in-an-generation opportunity to expand the availability of housing for people experiencing homelessness.

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Small Business (and Nonprofits) Relief Program extended: Webinar: Tuesday, August 17, 1:00 pm - to 2:00 pm Pacific time

 

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The Small Business (and Nonprofits) Relief Program is extended: High likelihood that thousands of nonprofits will get grants!


First, congratulations to the more than 6,000 California nonprofits that have already received approximately $78 million this year from the California Relief Grant program (that's a lot!). There will be two NEW application windows for nonprofits with $1.5 billion in new funding available. Don't miss out! (Pass this along to friends, too!)
Sign up for our upcoming free webinar:
How to Apply for the California Relief Grant Program

Tuesday, August 17 from 1pm to 2pm
Register  (if you can't attend live, you'll get the recording!)
Join us as we answer your questions about the program, and go through the application process with an emphasis on how nonprofits can fit into the application form.  Register here .
Speakers from CalNonprofits:
Sue Sigler , CSBG Program Manager
Jan Masaoka , CEO
Lucy Salcido Carter , Public Policy Director
THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND EMAILED TO ALL REGISTRANTS A FEW DAYS LATER.

Three Funding Rounds: Eligibility, Dates,
and Details

Total funding: $1.5 billion
Round 7: August 3 – September 16
For processing applications already on the waitlist; no new applications accepted.
Round 8: August 27 – September 8 NEW
For qualifying arts and cultural organizations not already funded in Round 4.
To apply beginning August 27: crgacnpo.mylendistry.com
Round 9: September 9 – September 30 NEW
For new applicants, those denied for applying on the wrong form, and waitlisted applicants from earlier rounds ( those waitlisted do not reapply) Round 8 applicants should also apply in Round 9 using a different email address.
To apply beginning September 9: calnonprofits.mylendistry.com

Getting Help

CalNonprofits continues to provide application assistance and advocacy to help nonprofit organizations access the CA Relief Grant for small businesses and nonprofits. Since the end of last year, we’ve helped thousands of applicants to apply and to work through the program requirements. We continue to hear your issues and present them to our partners at the state and at Lendistry. And we’re overjoyed each time we hear about another of the thousands of nonprofits who have gotten critical funding to continue their work.
Should I reapply if I’m on the waitlist?
Waitlisted applications will be considered in Rounds 7 and 9. There’s no need to reapply.
Can I get another grant in a different round?
You can only receive one grant from the program regardless of which round you apply in.
How can I check my application status?
Applicants can log back into their applications to check the status message. For more information, see our FAQs .
Who has gotten funding?
The California Office of the Small Business Advocate has released a report on grants for Rounds 1–3.
It's been an honor and inspiring to talk to so many grassroots nonprofits!

Contact

  • Sue Sigler, CalNonpropfits, at  SueS@calnonprofits.org or call Sue at
    (415) 535-0738 for questions about the content of your application .
  • CalNonprofits has no control over the Lendistry application website. For technical questions related to website functioning or application status, please call (888) 612-4370, M–F, 7am–7pm, or email careliefgrant@lendistry.com .

Check  calnonprofits.org  for frequent updates and to read our  FAQ .

Help Others

There are thousands of nonprofits – especially smaller ones, rural ones, and ones in low-income and/or communities of color – that either haven't heard of this grant program or got confused by the process in the first rounds. Take a minute to think of an all-volunteer food pantry, dance troupe, soccer league, drill team, or other organizations you can share this information with – and encourage them to apply.
The California legislature authorized $1.5 billion in additional financial relief for nonprofits and small businesses – and created two new rounds of funding – meaning there is much more reason to apply than ever before. For the most current information check  calnonprofits.org .

Watch Out for Scammers

Information and support for this program are FREE! Do not pay for help completing or submitting this application and DO NOT visit careliefgrantS.org - this is a fraudulent site . The correct site is careliefgrant.com . (No “s” at the end of “grant” and different extension.) If you provided personal information to the fraudulent site, change your bank passwords and freeze your credit immediately.
Register for the August 17 webinar! Continue the conversation with CalNonprofits online Contact info: Christine Metropoulos ( christinem@calnonprofits.org )
CalNonprofits
870 Market Street Suite 985
San Francisco, CA 94102

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Contact info: Christine Metropoulos (christinem@calnonprofits.org)
CalNonprofits
870 Market Street Suite 985
San Francisco, CA 94102

Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness


 
 
Wednesday, August 18th from 9:00-11:00 am

This  ad hoc  committee published its groundbreaking report in December 2018.

In its commitment to ensure the Report's 67 recommendations are being addressed. 

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_E7P0MOX8TnilCckuZHwz2w  
 
Agenda:

5556 - 8/18/21 Ad Hoc Committee On Bpeh Agenda (lahsa.org)
 
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

State of Homelessness

State of Homelessness

 

Monday, July 12, 2021

6:00 pm

Registration Open

Registration is now open for LAHSA's State of Homelessness Panel Series! This quarter, our panel will focus on addressing visible homelessness through outreach. Join us and our expert panel for an hour-long conversation on how outreach teams address homelessness for our unsheltered neighbors.

LAHSA is a joint powers authority of the city and county of Los Angeles, created in 1993 to address homelessness in Los Angeles County. LAHSA is the lead agency in the HUD-funded Los Angeles Continuum of Care, and coordinates and manages over $700 million annually in federal, state, county, and city funds for programs providing shelter, housing, and services to people experiencing homelessness

State of the Homeless Town Hall: March 18, 2021

Registration is Now Open

Thursday, March 18, 2021, 
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 

 You are invited to join LAHSA for a town hall on our system's efforts to end homelessness. During the event, we'll provide an update on our COVID-19 response, the rehousing system, and host a Q&A discussion about our system's 2020 performance and our goals for 2021. 

Register for our town hall

Submit your questions for the town hall

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

 

 

LA Harm Reduction Network (LAHRN) Zoom meeting, Wednesday, November 18, 11:00 am to noon

 

The LA Harm Reduction Network (LAHRN) is holding a Zoom meeting on November 18th from 11-noon. The topic is the state of addiction treatment for the homeless in LA. Brett Feldman, the Director and Founder of Street Medicine at the Keck School of USC, and Dr. Marla Potter, Los Angeles Christian Health Centers - Joshua House Clinic, are scheduled to participate. 

 

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Homewalk on Saturday, November 14

 Good afternoon,

I’m reaching out to share that United Way will be hosting our first-ever virtual HomeWalk on Saturday, November 14th.

We’re asking the community to spend the day doing your own 5K run/walk, share photos and videos of your day using the hashtag #HomeWalkAtHome, then come together at 5 p.m. for a virtual program featuring live entertainment with the LA Rams cheerleaders, players, Coach McVay, stories from our formerly homeless neighbors, and much more.

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27th Annual Empowerment Congress: Saturday, January 19, 2019

The 27th Annual Empowerment Congress will be held at Charles Drew University, 1731 E. 120th Street, LA 90059, on Saturday, January 19th. Registration begins at 8:00 am, the program to follow at 9:00 am. The featured speaker will be US Congreessmember Karen Bass. For further information call 213-346-3247. Click on the headline above to see or download a larger version of the poster pictured below.

Weekend to End Homeless, October 4 to 6 2019

LAHSA has been working with Inner City Law Center on the 2nd annual Weekend to End Homelessness. The Weekend to End Homelessness is a weekend-long series of community engagement events throughout LA County designed to bring people together that are interested in ending the homelessness crisis to educate, inspire and get them connected with people and organizations already doing great work. Each of the 8 County-Wide Service Planning Areas has a team of local leaders working together from every level of government, along with a variety of direct service providers, and individuals representing a diverse pool of affinity groups designing an experience unique to the needs of their respective communities. The event will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the weekend of October 4, 5, 6.

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Veterans Administration events for Los Angeles homeless vets, August 2019

The Veterans Administration Greater Los Angeles Community and Reintegration Services is sponsoring a series of events in August 2019 to enroll homeless veterans in the Coordinated Entry System to get them connected to a wide variety of services. The VA events will be held in 6 of LA County's Service Planning Areas: SPAs 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8.

The flyer below givexs the full schedule. Of special interest to us is their event in South Los Angeles, SPA6. That will be on Thursday, August 15, at the Saint Mak United Methodist Church, 8305 S. Gramercy Place, Los Angeles 90047, between the hours of 10 am and 2:30 pm. (Note that the flyer misspelled Gramercy as Garmecy). Phone: 310-478-3711, ext 44858. (Click on the headline to see a larger version of the flyer.)

Homeless Service Professional Job Fair: Thursday, January 17, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

A large number of homeless service agencies are holding a job fair on Thursday, January 17, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at Los Angeles Southwest College, 1600 W. Imperial Highway, LA 90047. They are trying to fill more than 1,000 positions, from entry level to experienced professionals. Click on image to see larger version.

Workshop on Accessory Dwelling Units (granny flats) Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 7-9 pm

Tuesday, November 13th 7-9pm

Vineyard Rec Center - 2942 Vineyard Ave - 90016

 

Sponsored by the West Adams Neighborhood Council

Dear Stakeholders,

 An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) also known as granny flat can be a garage, add on room or existing main dwelling room all built or remodeled to become a livable space with kitchen and bath. State legislation was passed in January 2017 to allow home owners to use this law. While many local laws regarding such use are still being worked out, it is now legal to add an ADU to almost any single family residential property. ADU's might help to ease the housing crisis.

 

It is estimated that there are tens of thousands of such unpermitted conversions that exist now in LA alone that were done prior to this new law. Property owners with non permitted ADU's can benefit from this workshop by understanding what they need to do to come into compliance.

To help inform the public on current local law and ADU options, WANC is sponsoring the workshop below.

 

 

Tuesday, November 13th 7-9pm

Vineyard Rec Center - 2942 Vineyard Ave - 90016

 

City of Los Angeles - Both Departments of Building and Safety and Zoning will be on hand

United Dwelling Units - Modative will explain their ADU program

 light refreshments will be served

 

We hope to see you there

Steven Meeks

 http://westadamsnc.org/

 

* WANC continues to look for candidates for the Business Representative vacancy and an at large position.The board asks anyone interested in fulfilling this role to submit verification of their qualifications within WANC boundaries.

  Please join us to have your opinions heard!

June 2, 2018, Latina Conference Vendor Applicatoins

3rd Annual Latina Conference

“Mujeres Empowered for Success”

Saturday, June 2, 2018

10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

400 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles 90015

 

Business/Organization Name: _________________________________________________________________

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Friday, October 27, 2017: Veterans Stand Down at the West LA VA

The West Los Angeles Veterans Administration is holding an all-day Vet Stand Down on Friday, October 27. It will run from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm at the VA Welcome Center, 11301 Wilshire Blvd., LA 90073, Building 257. It will offer showers and many other services.

Below the flyer are links to the registration form and to a map of the VA campus.

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Community Build’s April 25 Homeless Resource Event

Community Build, Inc., a Leimert Park-based nonprofit focused on outreach to at-risk youth, including school dropouts, those in foster care, youth offenders, and gang members, holds periodic outreach events for the Leimert Park homeless of all ages. These are held in a city parking lot at 4318 S. Degnan Blvd., LA 90008, across the street from Community Build’s main offices. The most recent was on Tuesday, April 25.

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SPA6 Homeless Connect Day: Wednesday, February 22, 2017, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Every year multiple homeless service organizations in SPA6 hold a Homeless Connect Day at the Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care Systems, 5715 S. Broadway, LA 90037.

This year it will be on Wednesday, February 22, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

There will be food, mobile showers, legal advice, employment and housing services, and medical care.

 

Of special interest will be representatives of the Los Angeles County Homeless Court Citation Clinic. Trained professionals will help homeless people clear tickets, restoring eligibility for housing and other benefits.