What We Do

The Glen Price Group serves the nonprofit, philanthropic, and public sectors with strategic planning, fund development, and organizational effectiveness services. We understand the pressures and opportunities of developing and sustaining high-impact programs. We have done it ourselves and for our clients for more than 30 years through professional, elected, and volunteer experiences serving nonprofits, foundation, and government agencies. We work with some of the finest organizations in the world and, together, we achieve outstanding results!

Recent News

County of Sonoma Receives Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Grant

The County of Sonoma General Services Department has received notification of a proposed award of $500,000 from the California Energy Commission through its Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure program. With this funding, the county will renovate existing electric vehicle charging stations and add new charging stations at popular recreational and business destinations. The County of Sonoma…
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Welcome to Our New Website!

It’s been a busy beginning of the year for Glen Price Group. We are excited to share some client work and successes since our last update in January and our new website. Please take a moment to explore and connect with us via Facebook and Twitter! Strategic planning work The  California Comprehensive Early Learning Plan…
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January 2014: Wow!

Every once in a while the Glen Price Group (GPG) gets to work on something that makes us go, “Wow!” So far in 2014 we have had two such experiences. We had the honor to help guide the strategic planning processes for the California Department of Education After School Division (ASD) and the First 5…
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After a Yearlong Planning Process, Statewide Comprehensive Early Learning Plan Published

The California Department of Education (CDE), Child Development Division (CDD) published the California Comprehensive Early Learning Plan (CCELP) late this summer. The CCELP lays out a direction for California in the development of a high-quality birth-to-five system that provides all children with the knowledge and skills they need to achieve long-term success. It frames the…
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City of Richmond Received Highly Competitive Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training Grants

The City of Richmond, California’s RichmondBUILD program staff has received notice of a $200,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue training Richmond residents for environmental stewardship and cleanup careers. RichmondBUILD will receive one of the 16 grant awards made throughout the country. The funding will provide up to 60 Richmond residents with…
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