January 16, 2014 9:00 am
January 16, 2014 11:00 am
FREE to Members
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HUB LA Solutions Forum

HUB LA has teamed up with Jesse Clarke at the Capacity Lab to launch a six-month series called the Solutions Forum. This two-hour intensive focuses on providing innovative Los Angeles based nonprofits with the tools and expertise necessary to tackle their most pressing challenges.

Event Details:
Hub LA 830 Traction Ave #3A
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Monthly Event - Third Thursday of every month: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
Sign up to be a part of the solution!

COST: Free

We’ll cover all the bases from fundraising challenges to marketing and branding to team building.
That’s where you come in: We need you to share your brilliance, creative expertise and business acumen to make this series sucessful for everyone involved. Help maximize the impact of 6 amazing local nonprofits.
Each nonprofit is coming to the Solutions Forum with a specific ask*. The Hub LA community (that’s you!) has the talent pool to address this wide range of needs.
Build our community.
Build our city.
Build these nonprofits.

We will work with GroceryShips on their organizational strategy.
Groceryship’s mission is to help low-income families struggling with obesity by awarding Groceryships, a comprehensive program of financial assistance, nutrition & cooking classes, and emotional support, to groups of families who, upon graduating, become leaders for subsequent Groceryships groups.

We will work with the African American Board Leadership Institute on their marketing.
The mission of the African American Board Leadership Institute is to strengthen nonprofit, public and private organizations through recruiting, preparing and placing African Americans on a broad range of governing boards. AABLI is the premier organization that prepares African Americans for board service. Our graduates make meaningful and significant contributions as members of governing boards. AABLI’s target populations are 1) African American professionals who wish to serve on governing boards, and 2) organizations (nonprofits, foundations, commissions and corporations) seeking skilled professionals and ethnic diversity on their boards.

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*Prior to your HUB LA Solutions Forum you will receive a 1-pager document containing additional details on the organization and focus issue.

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