Humanics is a certificate program offering students specialized training in administration and leadership for community benefit organizations (CBOs). The Fresno State Humanics department is teaching our future funders, philanthropists, and board members how to grant money wisely and do due diligence to ensure the best use of their resources. Through the Fund for the Common Good, Central Valley Community Foundation Board members support this effort by providing the students real dollars to meet real needs in our community. The Humanics program works with hundreds of CBOs in the region to prepare leaders for service to humanity.
In 2008, our very own Kelvin Alfaro, was part of the 36th Annual American Humanics Management Institute Seminar in Kansas City, Missouri. They were taught nonprofit management skills from local and national experts, giving them real life exposure to the challenges and hours of due diligence that comes with each grant.
Dr. Matthew Jendian, front right, with student Susan Vang, left, helped design a marketing plan to increase FAX bus ridership among the Southeast Asian population in Fresno.
Dr. Matthew Jendian, front right, with student Susan Vang, left, helped design a marketing plan
to increase FAX bus ridership among the Southeast Asian population in Fresno.
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Central Valley Community Foundation.
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You can mail donations to:
Central Valley Community Foundation
5260 N. Palm Avenue, Suite 122
Fresno, CA 93704
Central Valley Community Foundation is a 501c-3 non-profit, tax ID# 77-0478025, any contribution is considered a tax-deductible gift.