Fiscal Sponsorship—6 Ways To Do It Right

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"Fiscal Sponsorship:
6 Ways to Do It Right"

By
Gregory L. Colvin

“Greg Colvin's book is simply the best resource one could want in understanding an important and growing strategy to help small and emerging nonprofit activities.”
Drummond Pike, President, The Tides Center
 
“There is a right way and a wrong way to go about the use of fiscal sponsorship. Mr. Colvin's book brings much-needed sunshine and clarity to those who want to do it correctly.”
— John Edie, Director, Exempt Organizations Tax Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers
 
“With IRS audit activity on the increase, it is vitally important for every charity that engages in fiscal sponsorship to know the rules and pitfalls. This book covers them all in clear, understandable language.”
— Marcus S. Owens, former Director, IRS Exempt Organizations Division

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DEATH IN THE TENDERLOIN

A Slice of Life
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Life stories of 99 residents who died
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November 2014 issue available online. Click here

 

Central City Extra - November 2014

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

 


Job Announcement
Peer Counselor Positions Available:

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Part-time Employment: 20 hours per week with potential for immediate openings at Sunset Mental Health Wellness & Recovery Program

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JOB DESCRIPTION:
Peer Mentor for Youth
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JOB DESCRIPTION:
Peer -to-Peer Support Specialist
$15-17.50/hour
Depending upon experience.

Under general supervision, the Peer-to-Peer Support Specialist performs peer-to-peer counseling services and support while working with a diverse group of consumers of behavioral health services while supporting the Health Home treatment team and model.

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Under general supervision, the Peer-to-Peer Support Specialist performs peer-to-peer counseling services and support while working with a diverse group of consumers of behavioral health services.

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