HOPE Offers Resources in the Fight for Racial Justice

As the nation continues to fight for racial justice our friends at HOPE share resources to engage and educate our communities.

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LGBTQ Organizations Unite in Calling for Transformational Change in Policing

A message from the LGBTQ Center Long Beach:

Black people have been killed, Black people are dying at the hands of police, our country is in crisis, and we all need to take action. We cannot sit on the sidelines, we cannot acquiesce, and we cannot assign responsibility to others. We, as leaders in the LGBTQ movement, must rise up and call for structural change, for divestment of police resources and reinvestment in communities, and for long-term transformational change. Now is the time to take action, and this letter amplifies our strong calls for urgent and immediate action to be taken. 

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IDEAL: Small Business Resources

IDEAL'S Annual Small Business Conference 
If you were unable to attend our virtual conference, do not worry! The workshops are still available to the public on our facebook page (below are the links to the English workshops, scroll further for the Spanish workshops). It is of the upmost importance that everyone receives the opportunity to watch these expert presentations in order to be informed during such difficult times:

 

*We want to give a huge thank you to all our presenters: Antonio Pizano from Ally Bank, Claudia Shah of the SBDC, Roberto Martinez with Google, and Alex Alvarez and Isabel Duran from Operation Hope. Thank you to our amazing media team that always make our workshops look and sound the best and all who were able to attend. This would not have been possible without all of you!

 

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Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) presents the Transit Oriented Communities Small Business Recovery Loan Program

Eligible Los Angeles County small businesses located within a ¼-mile of a Major Transit Stop could receive up to $20,000 in loan funds to cover operating expenses.

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How the Latinx Community is Bearing the Brunt of Coronavirus

These stories by NPR,  the Los Angeles Times, and the PPIC share devastating picture of how the Latinx community is dealing with the health and economic affects of the Coronavirus

"For low-paid employees whose work is rarely if ever glorified — the people who clean the floors, do the laundry, serve fast food, pick the crops, work in the meat plants — having the jobs that keep America running has come with a heavy price. " -Los Angeles Times

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Taproot Foundation Offering Two Free Webinars

Taproot Foundation is here to help, where and when you need them.
 
If your organization could benefit from pro bono support over the next few months be sure to sign up for these free webinars for nonprofit professionals.
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Envision Launches New COVID-19 Resources

Envision has launched a few new services to support you, your organization, and the entire nonprofit sector.

Based on feedback they have been hearing from clients as well as listening to what's already being offered by emergency funding sources, they have developed these no- and low-cost COVID-19 support services to help you continue doing what you do best!

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COVID-19 Resources Update From Instituto de Avance Latino (IDEAL)

It is of upmost importance that our community is aware of the resources available at the moment. IDEAL hopes they can provide relief and support in light of these difficult times. 

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COVID-19 Relief | Direct Relief

As everything is contracting, Direct Relief is expanding its coronavirus response efforts through the large-scale provision of PPE and other medical essentials.

 

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LA County and City Resources During COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of Angelenos from every walk of life. 

As an organization serving the international business community throughout Los Angeles, World Trade Center Los Angeles believes it is more important now than ever to come together during this extraordinary situation.  WTCLA would like to share the following initiatives and resources from the County and City of Los Angeles to help address this crisis. 

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