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OCCUR Hosts Year-End Reception

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A Model Built on Faith (AMBOF), the faith-based and nonprofit organization capacity-building program presented by OCCUR and the San Francisco Foundation FAITHS Program will celebrate their 10th anniversary on November 21, at The Greenlining Center, 360 14th St., Oakland, between Franklin & Webster streets from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (check-in is 8:30 AM).

Community-based organizations and faith-based groups are invited to a year-end community forum and networking reception. In this special gathering, presenters, faiths and non-profit partners, San Francisco Foundation grantees, consultants and others will participate in a town hall to take stock and discuss the future status of the nonprofit community.

Faith-based leaders will have the opportunity to apply for 2020 one-on one capacity building grants for leadership and organizational development. AMBOF alumni can explore collaborations and joint opportunities and strategies to take the lead in moving their communities forward in 2020. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP online www.amodelbuiltonfaith.org or email info@occurnow.org, call (510) 839-2440 Because downtown parking is limited participants should arrive early. The Greenlining Center is close to BART and AC Transit bus lines.

Close to BART and AC Transit bus lines.

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