Since 1996, San Francisco-based Community Initiatives has been supporting community projects, ideas, and partnerships with fiscal sponsorship. With the support of shared 501(c)3 status, and back office services like financial management, human resources, and grant management, sponsored projects can focus on what matters most—delivering public good to communities.

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September Featured Project: Walnut Creek Village

Walnut Creek Village is a member-supported community network that provides independent living resources and activities for those who choose to “age in place” at home, instead of moving to a retirement residential community. This concept is a part of the “village movement” that is envisioning creative solutions for aging populations. Like this idea? Show your support on Wednesday, September 14, when Walnut Creek Village will take over Boundary Oak Golf Course -- to play golf, have fun, and support seniors who want to take charge of their own future. Tournament events include: 4 Player Scramble Format, Longest Drive Contest, Hole In One Contest, and Poker Golf Contest. Grab three friends, or get matched with a group, to make a foursome for this fantastic day on one of the most beautiful golf courses in the East Bay. Visit Walnut Creek Village for registration and more details. fb

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Help Wanted: Must Be Curious

NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network explains how choosing to be more data driven today is the key to being more successful tomorrow.

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