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.
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.
San Francisco Early Childhood Development Nonprofit Finds New Home with Support from Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program
For over 13 years Tandem, Partners in Early Learning has served young children and families in low-income communities throughout the Bay Area. Formerly known as Raising A Reader, San Francisco, Alameda & Contra Costa Counties, Tandem has been working to engage parents, teachers, and caregivers in community capacity building and workshops
Arte Américas, a nonprofit located in Fresno, works to make the San Joaquin Valley a flourishing place for Latino arts and culture. Serving nearly 26,000 people annually, most of whom are low-income
This week NCCLF joined the City of San Pablo and the San Pablo Economic Development Corporation (EDC) in the grand opening of the Rumrill Sports Park!
First 5 was created in 1998 by voters under Proposition 10, the California Children and Families Act, which added a 50 cent tax on all tobacco products to fund comprehensive programs that address the health and educational needs of children ages 0 to 5 and their families.
Founded in 1988, Destiny Arts Center is recognized as an innovative and effective community-based violence prevention, youth development, and arts education center in North Oakland.
Founded in 1978, the East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC) is a nonprofit youth center that offers a range of education, health, and arts programs for multicultural youths aged 6-18.
Join NCCLF as we announce the winner of our 3rd Communities Facilities Challenge at our Awards Ceremony! This year, the students prepared real estate feasibility analyses for two community organizations in the El Dorado Park neighborhood, Wesley United Methodist Church and Stone Soup. Please join us as we applaud all the hard work the students…