Community-based organizations play a critical role in creating vibrant and engaged communities. NCCLF partners with nonprofits to support them in strengthening their financial management systems to ensure their long-term sustainability.
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.
In 2005, Oakland Public Conservatory of Music (OPC) was founded to create an accessible, affordable, and culturally relevant music education. It is a place for Oakland residents to learn and connect through music.
Looking for new space? Want to buy or build a new Office, Community Facility, or Multi-tenant Center, but don’t know if you can afford it? Come learn about financing opportunities and resources for community development projects.
Looking for new space? Want to buy or build a new facility or office, but don’t know if you can afford it? Come learn about financing opportunities and resources for community development projects with innovative approaches!
This workshop is ideal for nonprofit organizations that are embarking on a community facility project. Participants will learn the multiple steps in the real estate development process and how to prepare their organization.
Need new office or program space? Is your lease expiring? Thinking of expanding your programs?
What: Multi–tenant centers can be ideal places for like-minded organizations and individuals to work together and create new synergies. They provide affordable and stable workspaces, opportunities to collaborate, and support mission-driven services. Come learn about models from around the country and how you can start planning a multi-tenant center.
NCCLF staff attended the Nonprofit Centers Network 2015 Conference and will be sharing all that they learned.
Join us to learn about financing community development projects with innovative approaches.
Join us to learn about exciting and innovative tools for rural economic development projects in Northern California.