Non-Profits

Fresno Horizon Awards announced

The Fresno Arts Council has announced the 2014 winners of the Horizon Awards.

Foundation announces $600K in childrens' grants

The Fresno Regional Foundation was founded in 1966 to improve the quality of life in the San Joaquin Valley.The Fresno Regional Foundation is offering $600,000 in grants to area nonprofits to help them make a positive impact on children growing up in poverty.

Visalia Rotary to donate $127.5K

The Visalia Rotary Community Foundation will soon award a record $127,500 in grants to local organizations, including $50,000 to ImagineU Children’s Museum —the largest grant ever awarded by the foundation.

Leadership Tulare applications now being accepted

The Tulare Chamber of Commerce is accepting Leadership Tulare 2014-15 applications now through July 31, 2014.

Nominations accepted for disability achievement awards

The City of Fresno Disability Advisory Commission (DAC) is accepting nominations for its 6th Annual Achievement Awards.

Reality TV star to keynote Marjaree Mason event

Taylor Armstrong, photo via bravotv.comThe Marjaree Mason Center in Fresno has enlisted some reality television starpower to keynote its 31st annual Top Ten Professional Women and Top Business Awards in October.

Women's conference to give $50K to Valley nonprofits

The Central California Women's Conference will award $50,000 to 28 Valley nonprofit organizations during its 2nd Annual Community Celebration Reception on June 24.

Webinar to teach Valley leaders board governance

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will share on how board members of Valley companies and nonprofits can strengthen their organizations during a webinar on July 2.

Nominations accepted for art awards

Nominations are being accepted for the 29th annual Horizon Awards to be held on August 14 at the Fresno Art Museum.

Fresno Grocery Outlet to host NFL star Ickey Woods

Elbert "Ickey" WoodsFormer NFL superstar and Edison High School graduate Elbert "Ickey" Woods will be back home in Fresno on June 28 to promote the new Jovante Woods Foundation in memory of his son who passed away from asthma.