08 February 2006

Opportunity for trainers and coaches in Los Angeles and Pomona

. . . for non-profit organizations. Welcome back! You belong here.

This informaiton is from World Vision's Tools for Transforming Communities Manager in Los Angeles.

The Tools for Transforming Communities Program is a new Compassion Capital Funding working to support and build capacity in organizations serving communities in zip codes 90008, 90043, 90047, and 90062 (South Los Angeles) and 91766 and 91768 (Pomona). Over the next year, the Tools for Transforming Communities Program will be providing small grants, and intensive training and technical assistance to a selected group of organizations.

Therefore, World Vision through the Tools for Transforming Communities Program is taking the lead in compiling an updated culturally competent consultants and trainers database. Through this database, we will invite consultants and trainers to be part of a group of professionals teaching and coaching selected organizations.

If you would like to be included in the list of individuals and firms in this database, please fill out the attached form as soon as possible and attend the orientation on February 14 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM at 3055 Wilshire Blvd Conference Room in the 12 Floor. Resumes acceptable, however, if you could add the information from the form that may not be included it would be most appreciated.

Thank you for your time and consideration of this request.
If you'd like to put yourself on the list by completing the form, leave a comment here with your contact infromation. I will forward it to you.

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Applications are now available for The California Wellness Foundation Sabbatical Program. The program offers $30,000 grants to nonprofit health organizations, to provide their executive directors with a paid leave of up to six months. The organizations will also receive up to $5,000 each for the professional development of managers and staff who will assume extra responsibilities in the absence of the sabbatical awardees. Deadline for applications is March 24, 2006.

Based on a model established by the Durfee Foundation in Los Angeles, The California Wellness Foundation Sabbatical Program was founded in 2003 to keep burnout, stress and fatigue from undermining the effectiveness of the leaders of nonprofit organizations. Since the inception of the program, the Foundation has given 20 sabbatical awards.

To learn more about The California Wellness Foundation Sabbatical Program, or to receive an application, please visit the following sections on our website.

The California Wellness Foundation Sabbatical Program

Frequently Asked Questions


All applications must be received at our office by March 24, 2006. If you have a question, please leave a message at (818) 702-1970, and you will receive a response within 48 hours. Or e-mail sabbaticalprogram@tcwf.org. Grant recipients of the 2006 TCWF Sabbatical Program will be announced in October 2006.