The office of Congressman Eric Swalwell is pleased to inform you of a grant opportunity. The Small Business Innovation Research Programs (SBIR) Phase II: Funding to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector to improve the lives of people with disabilities while strengthen the role of small business in meeting Federal research and development needs.Eligibility: Small BusinessesDeadline: March 7, 2023Learn more online here.
New Year's Resolutions? Electrify your business! 2023 is the year to electrify your business and East Bay Community Energy is here to help. Here is a list of rebates and incentives available to our customers:Induction Cooktops: Transition your commercial kitchen from gas to high-powered electric induction and receive up to $17,500 rebates from EBCE. Choosing electric means you'll have cleaner, more comfortable indoor air for you, your staff, and your customers. To learn more go to
Waste Prevention Grant Opportunities The 2023 grant cycle is now open! StopWaste is offering $1.1 million dollars in grant opportunities to nonprofits, businesses, and institutions with projects aimed at increasing individual, business, and community involvement in the prevention of waste in Alameda County. There are several grant funding opportunities available for a variety of project scopes and services – please take a moment to review all of the funding categories below.Grant Application
On January 18, Pleasanton’s Museum on Main and the Pleasanton Art League will open their fourteenth annual showcase of the Valley’s artistic talents with Imagination Expressed 2023. Featuring paintings, drawings, photography, ceramics, jewelry, and other works by members of the Pleasanton Art League, this year’s version of Imagination Expressed promises to dazzle the eyes, engage the minds, and nourish the spirits of the Museum’s visitors. Many of the works displayed will be available for purchase through
Love is in the air as Museum on Main prepares for the 16th Annual Wines & Valentines fundraiser on February 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the new Rubys & Roses Restaurant located in the historic Pleasanton Hotel in Downtown Pleasanton. Guests will enjoy a delicious 4-course dinner with wine pairings for each course, as well as a fun filled evening program including a live auction, silent auction, Fund-A-Need drive, raffle, 2-bit auction, and a spirited game of Heads or Tails. Not only is this event a unique way to
The 2023 Teen Job & Career Fair is on the horizon. This year, the event is scheduled for Saturday, March 4, 2023, from 12 noon - 3 PM at the Pleasanton Senior Center.If you have hiring needs and are interested in participating as an employer, please complete the Employer Application by Friday, February 10, 2023. Employer BenefitsPromote your business and exhibit your products and services at no cost. Distribute employment or volunteer applications to potential candidatesEmployers will determine the
Program Details The California Office of the Small Business Advocate has awarded funding to the Chabot - Las Positas Community College District for the Microbusiness COVID-19 Relief Grant Program to provide grants to microbusinesses in the counties of Alameda, Amador, Contra Costa, and El Dorado. This program will provide grants of $2,500 to microbusiness (businesses that have fewer than 5 employees and earn less than $50,000 per year) that were in operation in 2019, still in operation, and were impacted
Zone 7 Water Agency published its online Annual Report for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. Residents of the Tri-Valley can browse the interactive Annual Report through the website’s accessible design to read highlights and achievements of the agency. The Annual Report provides information about the organization’s operations in delivering safe water and flood protection services to 266,000 residents in Eastern Alameda County. The report looks at how Zone 7’s highly trained staff adapted throughout the year’s
The Community of Character Collaborative invites all high school seniors attending Pleasanton Unified School District schools to apply for the annual Juanita Haugen Memorial Scholarship. Long-time school board member, trustee and president of the Pleasanton Unified School District, Juanita Haugen inspired the Pleasanton Community of Character initiative. In her honor, annual $1,000 scholarships will recognize students who have a strong record of civic engagement and have demonstrated exceptional character
A Benefit Concert for the ALS Cure Project featuring master guitarists Arlen Roth, Bill Kirchen, Jim Soldi, Redd Volkaert, and more! In honor of the Tri-Valley’s own George Bowen of Bowen Guitars, who handcrafts his guitars right here in the Tri-Valley. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see so many of the world’s most accomplished guitarists on one stage in Livermore! Consider becoming a sponsor; learn more here.Buy tickets online here.Arlen Roth: Master of the Telecaster This guitar legend is
Reach the heart of the Tri-Valley community through wine enthusiasts, winemakers, winegrowers, and wine influencers at our annual wine competition celebration. View Livermore Valley Uncorked Partnership Benefits Here. Tri-Valley Conservancy’s Livermore Valley Uncorked is an annual wine competition where local wineries are invited to submit their best wines. What makes this competition unique is that the submitted wines are crafted from grapes grown in the Livermore Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA).