NCCLF Consulting and Lending supports Restore Oakland, innovative economics and restorative justice hub in East Oakland

The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights (EBC) and Restaurants Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) have joined forces to develop and launch a replicable and innovative restorative economics and restorative justice hub in East Oakland. Restore Oakland was developed to address two broken systems negatively impacting low-income communities of color in America: the disproportionate rate of incarceration and the lack of upward economic mobility within the restaurant industry.

10/17 Workshop – Commercial Leasing Strategies: Getting to Yes

Looking to lease new space or renew your lease?  Not sure how to approach the landlord?  What’s in the fine print of my 15 page lease? In the Bay Area’s escalating real estate market, nonprofits are facing large rent increases.  Yet nonprofits are still finding ways to lease space in the communities they serve.  NCCLF will share examples of nonprofits that have successfully negotiated leases that fit their budgets and location considerations.

826 Valencia Opens Doors in San Francisco’s Tenderloin

The Tenderloin’s newest resident, 826 Valencia, celebrated the grand opening of its long-awaited youth writing facility on May 19th with a ribbon cutting and celebration.  The 5,000 square foot space brings tutoring, writing, and publishing programs to thousands of youth in the neighborhood, thanks in-part to NCCLF’s real estate consulting services.