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“I have personally enjoyed working with California Consulting as they have been an integral part of my financial team.  Through the hard work of their staff in partnership with my city staff,  California Consulting has exceeded our expectations in securing important grant awards. The attention to detail, timely submissions and making our lives easier has helped the city tremendously in being very well positioned in receiving continued grants and funding. I would recommend any city to California Consulting for their premier grant writing services!”   -Ken Farfsing, City Manager, City of Carson

“I have personally enjoyed working with California Consulting as they have been an integral part of my financial team.  Through the hard work of their staff in partnership with my city staff,  California Consulting has exceeded our expectations in securing important grant awards. The attention to detail, timely submissions and making our lives easier has helped the city tremendously in being very well positioned in receiving continued grants and funding. I would recommend any city to California Consulting for their premier grant writing services!”

-Ken Farfsing, City Manager, City of Carson

California Consulting is pleased to share the following statement from Superintendent Tom Addinton, Central Union School District.

“For the past six years, California Consulting has been an essential partner with the Central Union School District, assisting the District with the acquisition of over $2.3million in grant funding.”
Central Union has a great relationship with CC and the passion that our grant-writing consultant maintains to be a part of our District team and contributor to our success is unparalleled.  We work hand in hand to find programs and supports, which complement the District’s needs, and goals and then we work collaboratively to attain our targets.  This partnership has assisted us with leveraging our fiscal resources to compliment District goals.
As superintendent, I welcome California Consulting’s partnership with our District initiatives.  This is how our relationship has developed, as a partnership.
Our consultant has learned the District, held many conversations with leadership to understand our goals and targets and has been attentive, insightful, and aggressive in bringing forth grant opportunities which have enhanced our programs to our students.  The service and attention from California Consulting has been unequaled.
We look forward to many more years of continued our partnership with them. I highly recommend California Consulting for your grant writing needs.”
– Tom Addington, Superintendent, Central Union School District

San Bernardino City Unified School District Receives $2,084,400 for the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSET) Grant

California Consulting is pleased to announce our client, San Bernardino City Unified School District,  received $2,084,400 for the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSET) Grant. Congratulations to SBCUSD staff and California Consulting’s grant writing team on the successful application.

San Bernardino Unified School District Receives $1,059,400 for the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant

California Consulting is pleased to announce our client, San Bernardino City Unified School District, was awarded a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant for $1,059,400. Over $1 million for our client SBCUSD! This award will incorporate 10 schools in the district. Congratulations to San Bernardino City USD staff and California Consulting’s grant writing team on the successful application.

Grant Secured for City of Chino HRP Program

chinoCalifornia Consulting, has helped secure a $580,650 grant for the City of Chino for the Housing Related Parks (HRP) Program.

The City of Chino plans to spend the majority of the funds on Community Development Projects and Public Service Programs. They also had a $36,796 surplus from last years program, which will be spent on the Chino Old Schoolhouse Museum Restroom Project.

Housing-Related Parks (HRP) Program uses voter-approved funds from the Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006 to expand and improve the availability of parks and recreation facilities within communities. The largest share of the funding, 71 percent is allocated to communities that are both disadvantaged and park-deficient.

Communities can apply for the funding if they meet a threshold of requirements, including having submitted an approved Housing Element plan. The amount of the award is based on the number of new affordable housing units the city or county has permitted.