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Please “Like” Jericho Road Pasadena on Facebook!

We’d like to have 100 “likes” on our organization page and we currently have 98; please “like” us at http://www.facebook.com/jerichoroadpasadena! Advertisements

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Matching Grant Opportunity!

A generous donor has pledged up to $10,000 to match donations made to Jericho Road Pasadena between May 1 – June 30. Please help us reach our $10,000 by the end of the fiscal year! You can send checks to: … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Capaci-What?

Many people don’t know what nonprofit capacity building is. Below is a list of some of the projects JRP volunteers have completed this year to help nonprofits become more effective and efficient. o   Database Adjustments for Pasadena Senior Center o   Database … Continue reading

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But I Don’t Wanna Eat My Brocolli!

Why is it so hard to do what’s good for us?  Building capacity can be hard for nonprofits for many reasons.  JRP surveyed nonprofits in December and January to see what barriers exists to building infrastructure in their organizations and got the following … Continue reading

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Does your nonprofit need more resources, whether money, staff, or skills?

If so, are you using volunteers to increase your organization’s capacity to provide great services? I’m teaching this workshop on basic volunteer management on Jan. 26, 9 – am to noon. Go to https://www.flintridge.org/rsvp/view-event-details.php?event_id=441 to register for this basic volunteer management workshop. … Continue reading

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How Much Do People Donate Charity?

In response to a great question, I did some research on how much people give. I didn’t immediately find any reliable percentages, but it looked like about 3% of income through the various articles I read. Does anyone have better … Continue reading

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Homelessness In Pasadena

I attended the Pasadena Housing & Homeless Network this morning and am amazed at the continuum of care that local nonprofits and government agencies provide. The number of homeless people in Pasadena has hovered around 1000 for many years now, … Continue reading

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