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

State of California Seeks Letters of Support for Preschool Expansion Grant!

The state of California seeks letters of support demonstrating broad and deep California support for its Preschool Expansion Grant being submitted to the United States Department of Education. Letters are due by Wednesday, October 8, 2014. For instructions, a prototype letter, and to upload your signed letter online, click here .

Oakland, Fresno, and Santa Clara communities receive Packard Foundation planning grant to gear up for 10-year community-wide early childhood initiative

Three school districts in California have an extraordinary opportunity to advance the quality of adult-child interactions in their communities and thereby strengthen their existing early learning systems. Fresno and Oakland Unified School Districts and Franklin-McKinley School District are developing proposals to the David and Lucille Packard Foundation’s Starting Smart and Strong Initiative; The Glen Price…
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GPG Provides Technical Assistance and Support to Applicants for Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants

With the support of an unprecedented collaboration of statewide stakeholders including the California Department of Education, First Five California, the California Head Start Association, and the California State Head Start Collaboration Office, the Glen Price Group (GPG) provided technical assistance and support to California applicants for Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grants from June through…
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Sonoma County, California Receives Grant to Promote Housing Stability for Families

The Sonoma County Human Services Department (SCHSD) has received a grant of $878,033 from the California Department of Social Services to assist families in the California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program to quickly achieve stable and permanent housing through housing identification, rent and moving assistance, and wrap-around social services. Strong evidence points…
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City of Richmond, California Obtains Funding for Digital Health Literacy and Broadband Access

The City of Richmond has received a National Leadership Grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services in the amount of $249,314 for the Richmond Digital Health Literacy Project, which will provide low-income residents with tools and skills needed to access online information to improve their health. The project, which will be led by…
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