Senator Jeff Stone, Supervisor John Benoit, Cathedral City Mayor, Stan Henry, League of California Cities Riverside Division hosted a Grants Workshop at the Mizell Senior Center today in Palm Springs.
Steve Samuelian, California Consulting LLC Owner, Jennifer Christensen, CC LLC Consultant, presented Grant Writing Information. Larry Kosmont, President Kosmont Companies, delivered a wonderful presentation on finances. This event was attended more than 40 cities, school districts, water district, non-profits, and others from Coachella Valley. Thank you to all who made this all who made this a very successful and informative event!
The Baseball Tomorrow Fund application California Consulting wrote for the city of La Habra has resulted in a site visit by MLB Foundation. This site visit was attended by California Consulting owner, Steve Samuelian, Southern California Director, Celina Santiago, Grant Writer, Ruth Shaer, and various staff members from the city.
Today, California Consulting LLC Project Manger-Inland Empire, Jennifer Braun-Chistensen, met with CDC Vice President, Robert Villarreal, on behalf of Desert Lightning (Desert Hot Springs). Desert Lightning is now partnered with the CDC in order to provide micro loans to potential Entrepreneurs in an effort to spur economic development in the City of Desert Hot Springs. We are pleased to be working with the CDC!
California Consulting LLC is pleased to announce Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District received $389,815 for the US Department of Education Elementary & Secondary School Counseling Awards. This grant is awarded over three years for an estimated total of $1,169,445. CC LLC was founded in 2004 and is the State’s largest grant writing company. CC LLC has contracts with more than 85 public entities across the State and employs 24 team members across Northern Central, and Southern California. Since opening in 2004, CC LLC grant writers have written 645 competitive federal, state, and private foundation grant applications that have been awarded for clients.
California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS): 2017 Emergency Medical Services GME Grant
Deadline: January 30, 2016
Amount: Varies. Applicants asked to provide reasonable costs for the requested services.
Match: None required
Eligibility: Cities, counties, fire protection districts
The city/county/fire protection district will serve as the lead agency for a regional extrication equipment distribution grant for their county using this OTS Grants Made Easy (GME) application. The extrication equipment is used by first responders to safely extricate victims trapped in traffic collisions. “Best practice” strategies will be used to reduce the response time for the arrival of appropriate extrication equipment to traffic collision scenes and the time to extricate the victims of traffic collision, thus increasing survivability. The grant will provide funding for new equipment and training for fire departments without extrication equipment or those that have existing equipment that has reached the end of its usable lifespan and is in need of replacement.