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JJ’s Legacy: Got The Dot Walk-a-thon

JJ’s Legacy: Got The Dot Walk-a-thon

We are thrilled that our Got The Dot Club has doubled from 12 participating high schools to 24 high schools in just one year! And we need help continuing our growth and bringing awareness and education about organ, eye, and tissue donation as well as to honor families who have been through the organ donation process. That’s why JJ’s Legacy’s Got the Dot High School Leadership Program is proud to hold its third annual Got the Dot Walk-A-Thon on Saturday, March 2nd.

The 5k walk, organized entirely by high school students, takes place at CSUB’s Amphitheater from 9 am-12:30 pm! The walk is family-friendly and open to everyone.

There will be food trucks, live bands, activities and games, as well as information booths. Check-in will begin at 9am, the event kicks off at 10:30 am, and the walk will begin at 11 am.

Anyone who pre-registers for the event by Tuesday, February 20 th will get a FREE T-shirt, however, day of participation is welcome. The goal this year is to get 1,000 participants!

XMAS in July Block Party

We are excited to announce our upcoming Backpack Drive & Block Party, hosted by Stay Focused Ministries and Fresco Mexican Grill & Meat Market, on July 29th, 2023.

The event will take place at. We will be distributing 1,000 backpacks to children in need, along with free tacos, live music, games, and more. It will be a day filled with fun, community engagement, and support for our future generation.

We invite you to join us at this vibrant community event and help make a difference in the lives of local children. By attending and spreading the word, you will contribute to empowering our community and ensuring that students have the necessary tools for a successful academic year.

Noel Alexandria Foundation: Running with the Angels 5K

Noel Alexandria Foundation is hosting its 6th Annual Running with the Angels 5K RunWalk

N.A.F. was founded in the summer of 2018. The mission of the Noel Alexandria Foundation is to raise awareness and break the silence on Pregnancy and Infant Loss. N.A.F provides free educational, emotional, and financial resources to families affected by Pregnancy and Infant Loss here in Kern County, CA, and internationally. Honoring angel babies gone too soon while raising awareness for pregnancy and infant loss. All proceeds will be donated to the Noel Alexandria Foundation to continue to provide free emotional, educational, and financial resources to families who have been affected by pregnancy and infant loss.

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN): Continuous Improvement

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits May 2024 Training

KAN Training: Continuous Improvement

The Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN) is hosting nonprofit trainings. Launched in 2016 by a small group of local nonprofit leaders who care deeply about building the capacity of nonprofit organizations in Kern County. They provide monthly educational workshops on various aspects of nonprofit work taught by qualified leaders, and quarterly social mixers designed to bring community-based organizations and their partners and supporters together for strategic networking.

Date: May 17, 2024
Location: KCSOS City Centre, Rm 1B 1300 17th Street

*Training dates, locations, and topics are tentative and subject to change
All trainings will be from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., with check-in at 8 a.m.

Trainings will also be available on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.

Interested in becoming a member? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

The Steering Committee meets monthly to guide the Alliance’s work in the areas of strategic planning, education and nonprofit leadership development, communications and outreach, advocacy, membership, and more.

Their mission was…To strengthen the Community Benefit Organizations of Kern County. Following a process that involved stakeholder feedback and strategic planning in the Spring of 2019, the new mission is…To strengthen the Nonprofit Organizations of Kern County through training, networking, and advocacy. 

Interested in becoming a member of KAN? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

KAN’s Vision is…To create a strong community benefit sector that plays a vital role in a healthy, prosperous and vibrant Kern County.

Stay up to date on news and events by subscribing to our email list or visiting us on social media:
Facebook and Instagram @kernallianceofnonprofits

 

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN): High Functioning Governing & Working Boards Panel

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits April 2024 Training

KAN Training: High Functioning Governing & Working Boards Panel

The Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN) is hosting nonprofit trainings. Launched in 2016 by a small group of local nonprofit leaders who care deeply about building the capacity of nonprofit organizations in Kern County. They provide monthly educational workshops on various aspects of nonprofit work taught by qualified leaders, and quarterly social mixers designed to bring community-based organizations and their partners and supporters together for strategic networking.

Date: April 19, 2024
Location: KCSOS City Centre, Rm 1B 1300 17th Street

*Training dates, locations, and topics are tentative and subject to change
All trainings will be from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., with check-in at 8 a.m.

Trainings will also be available on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.

Interested in becoming a member? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

The Steering Committee meets monthly to guide the Alliance’s work in the areas of strategic planning, education and nonprofit leadership development, communications and outreach, advocacy, membership, and more.

Their mission was…To strengthen the Community Benefit Organizations of Kern County. Following a process that involved stakeholder feedback and strategic planning in the Spring of 2019, the new mission is…To strengthen the Nonprofit Organizations of Kern County through training, networking, and advocacy. 

Interested in becoming a member of KAN? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

KAN’s Vision is…To create a strong community benefit sector that plays a vital role in a healthy, prosperous and vibrant Kern County.

Stay up to date on news and events by subscribing to our email list or visiting us on social media:
Facebook and Instagram @kernallianceofnonprofits

 

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN): Grant Writing & Grants Management Panel

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits March 2024 Training

KAN Training: Grant Writing & Grants Management Panel

The Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN) is hosting nonprofit trainings. Launched in 2016 by a small group of local nonprofit leaders who care deeply about building the capacity of nonprofit organizations in Kern County. They provide monthly educational workshops on various aspects of nonprofit work taught by qualified leaders, and quarterly social mixers designed to bring community-based organizations and their partners and supporters together for strategic networking.

Date: March 15, 2024
Location: Chase Building, Christine Lizardi Frazier 301 1675 Chester Ave (corner of 17th and Chester)

*Training dates, locations, and topics are tentative and subject to change
All trainings will be from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., with check-in at 8 a.m.

Trainings will also be available on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.

Interested in becoming a member? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

The Steering Committee meets monthly to guide the Alliance’s work in the areas of strategic planning, education and nonprofit leadership development, communications and outreach, advocacy, membership, and more.

Their mission was…To strengthen the Community Benefit Organizations of Kern County. Following a process that involved stakeholder feedback and strategic planning in the Spring of 2019, the new mission is…To strengthen the Nonprofit Organizations of Kern County through training, networking, and advocacy. 

Interested in becoming a member of KAN? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

KAN’s Vision is…To create a strong community benefit sector that plays a vital role in a healthy, prosperous and vibrant Kern County.

Stay up to date on news and events by subscribing to our email list or visiting us on social media:
Facebook and Instagram @kernallianceofnonprofits

 

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN): The Art of Having Difficult Conversations

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits February 2024 Training

KAN Training: The Art of Having Difficult Conversations

The Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN) is hosting nonprofit trainings. Launched in 2016 by a small group of local nonprofit leaders who care deeply about building the capacity of nonprofit organizations in Kern County. They provide monthly educational workshops on various aspects of nonprofit work taught by qualified leaders, and quarterly social mixers designed to bring community-based organizations and their partners and supporters together for strategic networking.

Date: February 16, 2024
Location: KCSOS City Center, Rm 1B 1300 17th Street

*Training dates, locations, and topics are tentative and subject to change
All trainings will be from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., with check-in at 8 a.m.

Trainings will also be available on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.

Interested in becoming a member? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

The Steering Committee meets monthly to guide the Alliance’s work in the areas of strategic planning, education and nonprofit leadership development, communications and outreach, advocacy, membership, and more.

Their mission was…To strengthen the Community Benefit Organizations of Kern County. Following a process that involved stakeholder feedback and strategic planning in the Spring of 2019, the new mission is…To strengthen the Nonprofit Organizations of Kern County through training, networking, and advocacy. 

Interested in becoming a member of KAN? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

KAN’s Vision is…To create a strong community benefit sector that plays a vital role in a healthy, prosperous and vibrant Kern County.

Stay up to date on news and events by subscribing to our email list or visiting us on social media:
Facebook and Instagram @kernallianceofnonprofits

 

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN): Thinking Outside of the Box January Training

Kern Alliance of Nonprofits January 2024 Training

KAN Training: Thinking Outside of the Box

The Kern Alliance of Nonprofits (KAN) is hosting Strategic Planning Training! Launched in 2016 by a small group of local nonprofit leaders who care deeply about building the capacity of nonprofit organizations in Kern County. They provide monthly educational workshops on various aspects of nonprofit work taught by qualified leaders, and quarterly social mixers designed to bring community-based organizations and their partners and supporters together for strategic networking.

Date: January 19, 2024
Location: KCSOS City Center, Rm 1A 1300 17th Street

*Training dates, locations, and topics are tentative and subject to change
All trainings will be from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., with check-in at 8 a.m.

Trainings will also be available on Zoom. Link will be sent upon registration.

Interested in becoming a member? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

The Steering Committee meets monthly to guide the Alliance’s work in the areas of strategic planning, education and nonprofit leadership development, communications and outreach, advocacy, membership, and more.

Their mission was…To strengthen the Community Benefit Organizations of Kern County. Following a process that involved stakeholder feedback and strategic planning in the Spring of 2019, the new mission is…To strengthen the Nonprofit Organizations of Kern County through training, networking, and advocacy. 

Interested in becoming a member of KAN? Click (HERE) and submit your membership form today! 

KAN’s Vision is…To create a strong community benefit sector that plays a vital role in a healthy, prosperous and vibrant Kern County.

Stay up to date on news and events by subscribing to our email list or visiting us on social media:
Facebook and Instagram @kernallianceofnonprofits

 

JJ’s Legacy’s 8th annual Grillin’ & Brewin’

JJ’s Legacy’s 8th Annual Grillin’ and Brewin’

We are thrilled to announce JJ’s Legacy 8th Annual Grillin’ and Brewin’ will take place November 9, 2023. This much anticipated fundraising event will have the same delicious, mouth-watering BBQ prepared by our local award-winning competition BBQ team, The Ridge Route Boys, Curtis Trigueiro, and PorkChop and Bubbas BBQ will join! New this year – popular local country music star Joe Peters will be our entertainment. The fundraiser benefits JJ’s Legacy Got the Dot High School Leadership Program and Club. This essential learning platform educates local students about the need and importance of registering to become an organ, eye, and tissue donor.