Girls Inc. of Alameda Makes a Strong, Smart and Bold Move to Oakland

Since 1958, Girls Inc. has been working to meet the needs of underserved girls (ages 5 to 18), and their families. The organization offers academic enrichment programs, leadership and fitness programs, and mental health counseling services. The organization reaches nearly 7,500 girls, family members and clients annually. Our readers may remember that in 2009 NCCLF…

Recent Consulting and Training Clients

The following organizations received financial assessments to help them understand their financial position and plan for the future: Kunst-Stoff Arts – A San Francisco based dance company that empowers today’s professional dancer by providing the necessary tools for a versatile, authentic and creative artist. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California – Provides children facing…

NCCLF Receives Over $1.4 million Through CDFI Program Award

As part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s commitment to revitalizing economic and community development across the country, Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) Director Donna J. Gambrell, Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Don Graves and U.S. Representative Gwen Moore announced the awardees of the CDFI Program Awards. NCCLF is proud to announce we…