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THE OAKLAND PRESS: OLHSA offers free grant writing workshops for Pontiac nonprofits

The Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency is hosting free grant writing workshops this spring for nonprofits that serve Pontiac residents.

For new and established nonprofits, finding funding can be a challenge. Most grant processes are competitive and require in-depth proposals from nonprofits on what they would do with the funds.

The workshops, funded by the OU-Pontiac Initiative Community Impact Sponsorship Award, will focus on planning, developing and writing grant...

PRESS RELEASE: OLHSA to offer free grant writing courses through Community Impact Sponsorship Award

PRESS RELEASE

 

OLHSA to offer free grant writing courses through Community Impact Sponsorship Award

Classes open to non-profits that are based in Pontiac or have programs that serve Pontiac...

THE OAKLAND PRESS:Walk for Warmth returns to keep families out of the cold this winter

By Natalie Broda nbroda@digitalfirstmedia.com; @NatalieBroda on Twitter  Jan 21, 2019 

Registration is now open for the 2019 Walk for Warmth, hosted by OLHSA.

The walk-a-thon fundraiser takes place each year to raise money for the community agency’s Emergency Utility Assistance Program, distributing funds to families in need in Oakland County and Livingston County to keep their heat on during the cold winter months.

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NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION 2018 Early Childhood Services Advertisement Services

NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION 2018 Early Childhood Services Advertisement Services

A. Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) is seeking requests from qualified advertising firms to create and disseminate media to promote open Head Start positions offered within OLHSA. This request requires the advertising firm to submit to the OLHSA Team Leader all appropriate technical, business data and information concerning its proposed portion of the project, including reasonable...

OLHSA Community Mini Grant - Responses to Questions Received

OLHSA is excited to distribute the Community Mini Grant for FY18 that supports OLHSA’s 2016-2021 Strategic Plan. The aim of this grant is to address the causes and conditions of poverty with service projects that:

 

  • Bridge the gap between employers and the low income community
  • Build capacity for families and communities
  • Increase community development, engagement, and education or
  • Streamline services to better serve clients...

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