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Monthly Archives: January 2014

New website helps strengthen nonprofit organizations in the Inland Empire

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A new website designed to help strengthen the ability of nonprofits to serve people in the Inland Empire launched today at www.ieCapaciteria.org.
The Inland Empire United Way in partnership with the San Bernardino County Capacity Building Consortium and the Funders Alliance of San Bernardino and Riverside counties collaborated on the website to provide essential resources to nonprofits.
The new site offers a training center, a job board, a directory of consultants and a variety of other services.
Here is a link to the website: www.ieCapaciteria.org
Here is a link to Inland Empire Capaciteria’s video: http://youtu.be/XDqVykU7Xwc

High Desert nonprofit promoting STEM education

Battery Operated Toy RobotMillionaire Mind Kids and Victor Valley Community College joined forces to hold a regional robotics competition on the campus to help promote STEM learning.

The U.S. First Tech Challenge involves high school students competing in teams with robots they have programmed. The event will be held on February 8 on the campus.

For more information on the event, read about it at the Victorville Daily Press or visit the nonprofit Millionaire Mind Kids at www.mmk4u.com.

 

 

Support a child’s future at the Challenge for Children Winter Benefit

cfc2The Inland Empire United Way and the Ontario Reign’s Hope Reigns Foundation are teaming up to host the 2014 Challenge for Children Winter Benefit to help low-income children in the Inland Empire.
The Winter Benefit is on January 30 from 5:30 to 10 p.m. The night begins with a cocktail hour and silent auction and continues with dinner and entertainment at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario.

Proceeds from the benefit will fund a variety of programs and initiatives to help low-income children improve academic performance, health, reduce negative behaviors and help them reach future self-sufficiency.
For more information about the Winter Benefit, visit http://ieuw.org/benefit/.

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