Connections for Caregivers December 13th

Emotional and Mental health issues often reach crisis points during Holiday times.  This panel discussion was provided by three local professionals who work providing training, resources, and support for Mental Health professionals, peer supports, and family members of persons struggling with mental health challenges.  Our panelists provided an update on the new 988 Crisis line, along with other tips, strategies, and available local resources and support programs for caregivers to share with clients and families.


This Panel session is for anyone providing care to people experiencing mental health challenges (anxiety, depression, and more). Please share this video with colleagues, friends, teachers, parents, and families who might benefit from the information.

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Social Entrepreneurship for Nonprofits April 21st

What is a social entrepreneur? It’s a person who explores business opportunities that have a positive impact on their community, in society or the world. Dr. Mark McNees, founding faculty member & Entrepreneur in Residence at the Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship at Florida State University and founder of RedEye Coffee, explores creating a culture of innovation, maximizing assets, and developing strategic messaging that communicates mission and purpose while driving revenue to the bottom line.  Dr. McNees candidly shares the good, the bad, and the ugly of starting a for-profit auxiliary business to support your non-profit organization’s causes and investments in the community.

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Another Great Idea for Your Toolkit  March 17th

Ever wonder what a strategic plan is? Or why you might need one?

With Joe Peet, Jr. Business Trainer& Consultant

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Resiliency in the Workplace October 22nd

with Dr. Michelle Mitcham

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Nonprofit Services Draw Tutorial Webinar October 21st

Tutorial on activity reporting, invoicing and drawing grant funding for grant recipients.

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Best Practices in Financial Accountability,

with Allison Harrell

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Program Overview

The Tallahassee-Leon County Nonprofit Services Grant Program dedicated $3 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to local nonprofit organizations to continue to meet the immediate demand for essential human service needs. Human services are those services or programs provided to meet basic health, welfare and other needs of a society or group.

Available funding provided up to $20,000.00 of one-time assistance to nonprofits that are providing or will provide human services/programming to Leon County residents impacted by COVID-19.


Tallahassee-Leon County Nonprofit Services Grant Program Contract Webinar for awardees


Grant FAQ’s