July 26, 2018
Month: July 2018
Data Collection: Make the Case for Funding and Get It Right From Intake To Reporting
The actual nuts and bolts of gathering data can be difficult if you don’t build them into your program from the beginning. To help you with your data collection process, we’ve brought together three experts to explain the benefits of good data collection and demystify the process.
James Holtslag, The Heart and Trotter
Civic San Diego provided Accion San Diego, a nonprofit microlender, $400,000 in lending capital from the Civic San Diego Loan Fund in 2017. This capital is supporting small businesses in communities that have a median household income of $60,000 or below. One of the businesses who received funds was The Heart and Trotter Butchery located in the El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association (BIA). Voted San Diego City Beat’s Best Butcher Shop the last three years, the Heart and Trotter is a whole animal butchery offering the highest quality, hormone and antibiotic free meats and products sourced from local sustainable ranchers and businesses.
Data Collection Webinar Today; Dealing with Disasters; Truth in Lending
July 19, 2018
Data Collection Webinar; California on Wealth Equality and Truth in Lending
July 12, 2018
The Role of Business Assistance in Disaster Recovery Efforts
As summer temperatures rise and humidity sinks, California braces for wildfires. At the time of this writing, ten fires are active in several parts of the state. The County Fire, which affected Napa and Yolo counties, is the largest of the season so far with over 90,000 acres burned and is at 83% containment. Other
Prosperity Now’s 2018 Scorecard: A Look At California’s Metro Areas
A few months ago we shared with you Prosperity Now’s 2018 Scorecard, which looked at economic and policy indicators by state and overall in the U.S. California is ranked 27th out of 50 states on outcomes such as financial assets and income, business ownership and jobs, housing, healthcare, and education. Our state adopted 27 out of
Christopher McMichael and Maurion Gaines, Threadz Culture + Fashion
Before they started their business, Christopher McMichael and Maurion Gaines came together over their shared passion for music. In 2012 when Chris was working security and kept hitting ceilings as he tried to advance in his career, he decided to pursue his clothing line full time. “My clothing line had already had some success. I knew that for it to grow to the next level, I needed to open a store to better serve the business,” remembers Chris. At the same time, Maurion was doing well in his job as an electrician and wanted to invest some of the money he had saved into something he was passionate about. As Chris shared his desire to take his clothing line and expand into a retail store, Maurion knew it was the right time and opportunity he’d been looking for. Together they launched Threadz Culture + Fashion, a retail store featuring the best streetwear and urban clothing styles in Oakland. They offer custom, limited run pieces, enabling their customers to build a look that is truly unique.
More on Independent Workers; Data Collection Webinar
July 5, 2018