Our client is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that offers medical care and case management, behavioral health services and programs, and HIV services and testing in multiple locations in Florida. Our client is proud to provide care to all, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or economic status.
Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) directs the finance functions of the organization and is responsible for the fiscal management of all federal, state and city grants.The CFO will supervise a finance team inclusive of accounting, billing, bookkeeping and payroll staff. Key responsibilities
4CS of Passaic County
4CS of Passaic County is a nonprofit childcare resource and referral agency. Founded in 1971 as New Jersey Community Coordinated Child Care, 4CS oversees one of the state’s largest childcare subsidy assistance programs, with more than 10,000 children enrolled in its programs. In addition to administering child care and early education subsidies, 4CS has more than 87,000 touches with individuals in the community who are child care providers, parents/caregivers, students, and the community at large by offering, childcare and human services referrals, counseling, and processing childcare subsidy applications. On average, more than 1,500 walk-in clients seek 4CS’s
SAGE (Advocacy & Services for LGBT Elders)
SAGE is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE is a national organization that offers supportive services and consumer resources to LGBT older adults and their caregivers, advocates for public policy changes that address the needs of LGBT older people, provides education and technical assistance for aging providers and LGBT organizations through its National Resource Center on LGBT Aging, and cultural competence training through SAGECare.
With staff in New York City, Washington,
Change, not charity is the founding principle of the Liberty Hill Foundation.
When Liberty Hill began in 1976, it was a daring new foundation that turned philanthropy on its head. Today it is a national leader in social justice. Organizing and advocacy powered by Liberty Hill has changed national policies, launched social change movements, transformed neighborhoods, and nurtured hundreds of community leaders who respond to the experience of injustice by fighting for their rights.
In 1975, four young people who had inherited wealth met for a picnic in Topanga Canyon to discuss better ways to donate to progressive causes. In conversations
Founded in September of 1993, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is an independent public agency created by The City and County of Los Angeles as a Joint-Powers Authority. Its mission is to address homelessness in Los Angeles County. LAHSA is committed to ending homelessness by providing leadership, advocacy, and management of program funding. LAHSA strives to educate the public and the media on key issues related to homelessness.
LAHSA is governed by a 10-member policy-making Commission. The Mayor of the City of Los Angeles appoints five of the Commissioners with approval of the City Council and the Los