Community Vision Capital & Consulting is a community development financial institution that provides affordable financial products and consultant services to nonprofit organizations throughout Northern California. It has expertise in community development, nonprofit management, and financial analysis, and specializes in increasing the sustainability of organizations that are facing displacement or considering facility projects — services that are particularly important given the level of displacement and rising cost of real estate in the region. Continued support for its consulting and training programs will help Community Vision respond to Bay Area arts organizations’ ongoing demand for financial and real estate services. University of California at Berkeley; $350,000 over 2 years, 100% of projectFor the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society projectCreated in 2010, the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at U.C. Berkeley brings together researchers, community advocates, artists, and other stakeholders to identify and eliminate barriers to an inclusive, just, and sustainable society. Organized into seven research clusters, the Institute involves almost 100 researchers across U.C. Berkeley. The Institute produces a range of arts and culture activities including an artist-in-residence program, trainings, workshops, convenings, and public performances in collaboration with on-campus and local partners.
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for general operating support
The Northern California Community Loan Fund is a nonprofit that provides financial expertise and loan capital to organizations serving low-income communities in Northern and central California. The fund’s mission is to promote economic justice and alleviate poverty by increasing the financial resilience and sustainability of community-based nonprofits and enterprises. Through a variety of workshops and one-on-one engagements, the fund helps organizations understand their financial position and business models, offers audit preparation and advice on budgeting, and assesses their debt capacity.
for the Nonprofit Space Capital Fund for the development of critically-needed arts and cultural facility space within the Bay Area