Community Lifeline Center and Change for a Dollar agree to partnership

Change for a Dollar will provide Community Lifeline Center professional support services in the areas of  grants, social media, and policy/procedure review.

“We are proud to be working with Community Lifeline on these projects,” said Greg Allbright, CEO of Change for a Dollar. “Their work with folks in need provides a lifesaving safety net.  Our goal with this partnership is to add value to their service delivery and outreach.”

Christine Hockin-Boyd, Executive Director of the Community Lifeline Center had this to say about the partnership. ” I am grateful to benefit from Greg’s background and expertise. His enthusiasm and passion have already attributed to assisting CLC in new services. Our staff and board of directors will benefit as a result of his involvement.”

Community Lifeline Center provides emergency financial assistance to families in temporary crisis situations.  This support includes, but is not limited to: rent, mortgage, utilities, dental, medical and prescription assistance. Special projects throughout the year may include collecting and distributing school supplies and holiday meals.

Change for a Dollar provides professional support services to nonprofits, churches, and schools for $1 per project. Focus areas include finance, human resources, operations, marketing, and fundraising.  If you or an organization you know would like to discus partnering with Change for a Dollar, please contact Greg Allbright,

One Response to Community Lifeline Center and Change for a Dollar agree to partnership

  1. Diana says:

    I’ve been slowly building the “Transition To Green” Community Clubs locally here in the Los Angeles area for over a year. Can someone advise me on how to attract sponsors for the organization. I’ve been an environmental activist since I was a young girl, but creating a non-profit is all still very knew to me. I appreciate any input or direction you can give me at this time.

    Thank you,
    “Transition To Green” Community

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