TVNPA’s 7th Annual Grantmakers Panel

Bankhead Theater 2400 First Street, Livermore, CA

TVNPA is pleased to bring back our Grantmakers Panel, featuring local foundations, city & corporate representatives discussing their grant requirements and charitable giving programs. This popular event is not to be missed by nonprofit staff members, board directors, and volunteers seeking an in-depth understanding of how grants are funded. Panelists will shine a light on their giving criteria and organization requirements, along with providing information on how to form partnerships with grantmakers and apply for grants. Representatives include: Susan Hayes, Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund Jay Ingram, City of Pleasanton - Human Services Jack Mahoney, Silicon Valley Community Foundation Michelle Walker Wade, Sandia National Laboratories Cher Wollard, Livermore Commission for the Arts In this panel discussion, speakers will share grant requirements and insights on nonprofit funding as well as address questions from attendees at the program. Moderated by Carolyn Siegfried, Executive Director of the Pedrozzi Foundation and  former TVNPA board chair, take

TVNPA & Axis Community Health Presents: Unite Us

CommonPoint Nonprofit Center 164 N L Streeet, Livermore, CA

Does your organization seek to connect users of your services to other service providers? is a free online platform for non-profits that enables participating organizations to seamlessly make referrals to other services as well as receive referrals.  This confidential, secure system facilitates referral completion and reduces the paperwork barrier for clients. Join us for this free lunch and learn with Karina Gomez, MSW, Community Engagement Manager with Unite Us. Learn about the networks’ features, including built-in client consent, confidentiality (HIPPA, FERPA, and 42 CFR Part 2), and data reporting features.  Participation in the Unite Us platform is free for non-profit organizations, thanks to generous support from Kaiser Permanente. We encourage service providers and supporting community organizations to attend. TVNPA and Axis are excited to support Bay Area organizations in learning about this bi-directional referral resource and to invite current users to share their successes with the platform.  As more