If your company would like to support the IECC Lake Arrowhead Triathlon Health Expo, please fill out and submit the form down below.
If your company has specific marketing, advertising or branding needs, we would be happy to tailor a sponsorship package that will suit both the sponsors and the events needs.
Please call us to discuss your specific need.
For those wishing to be vendors at this years IECC Lake Arrowhead Triathlon, please download this form, fill out, and return back to us. Please read the document regarding the rules and regulations.
There are 3 ways to submit it back to us.
- You my fax the filled out document to: 909-881-0800
- You may email it by first scanning the document and then sending it back to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- You may send it by mail to: Project CUIDAR – C/O Psychology Department: 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407
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Please check out the video below to give you and idea of what to expect from this exciting event!!!
Collaborations and mergers among nonprofits certainly aren’tnew, but much of what nonprofit leaders know about them comes from our for-profit counterparts.
Nonprofit collaborations are no better and no worse than those done by for-profits. They’re simply different. As I wrote in a previous post, for-profit collaborations and mergers are driven by financial motivations including cost savings, but charities are unlikely to reap any savings for years, if at all. For nonprofits, the primary driver to merge or collaborate should be to help them achieve their missions. Mergers and collaborations are strategic tools. They do not have to be a last resort.
The Great Recession and the protracted recovery have sparked renewed interest in nonprofit collaborations. But resources dedicated to helping them carry out their plans are scarce, so many groups don’t know where to begin.
For two years, the Nonprofit Finance Fund has worked with five major grant makers on the Catalyst Fund for Nonprofits, which provides guidance and technical assistance for Boston-area orga
nizations that are exploring, planning, or implementing strategic collaborations and mergers. And in an effort to demystify the process for all nonprofits, the fund has produced two free publications—a case study and a report about the first two years of the Catalyst Fund’s work.
The case study tells the story of one nonprofit merger, and the report includes interviews with 40 people involved in various ways with mergers or collaborations: those who have provided financial support, executives and board members of groups that received support—and of some that were denied support—as well as consultants and others.
So what are we learning about successful collaboration? What
does it take? Continue reading
People are motivated to “take the plunge” and do a triathlon for reasons that are as varied as those setting out on this mission. Some are obvious: “To lose weight fast!” Others are personal: “To boost my self-confidence and feel good about myself.” Others are spiritual: “To find more meaning in my exercise,” “To live more fully.” A few are social: “To brag to everyone in the office that I did a triathlon,” and some are inspirational, “To serve as a model for others and show what is truly possible in life.”
Although the reasons people do a triathlon differ, the benefits are universal. That’s what this chapter is about — it outlines the 20 benefits you can reap from training for and completing a triathlon. The bottom line is that this process is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do in your life, not just physica
lly, but mentally, spiritually and socially as well. Ask anyone who has done a triathlon, and they will tell you the same thing.
But for all its power to change your life, training for a triathlon isn’t going to consume your life. The training program set forth in this book is designed to blend seamlessly into your busy schedule and requires just one day, a total of 24 hours–four hours a week for six weeks. The payoffs, however, are timeless: You will lose loads of weight, feel better than ever, and gain self-confidence that will last a lifetime.
Lofty promises, indeed. Can doing a triathlon really deliver? Follow the advice in this book and, yes, without a doubt it can. It has for hundreds of thousands of other triathletes, and it will for you, too. Continue reading
Lake Arrowhead Triathlon 2014
Lake Arrowhead Village
September 13, 2014
SAVE THE DATE!
Envision your business donating generously to the biggestmountain event of the year!
PLEASE JOIN THE LAKE ARROWHEAD VILLAGE, ALA, LOCAL SHERIFFS AND MANY OTHER MOUNTAIN BUSINESSES
WHO ARE SPONSORING THIS GREAT EVENT.
CONTACT US TODAY TO MAKE YOUR DONATION! Sponsorship Opportunities: Lloyd Dixon, 951-520-3453 Trojanwryr1949@verizon.net Mtn Contact, Questions: Kandra Scullin, 336-1800 email@example.com
*Details of race subject to change based on participating contracts.
Swim: 900 yards: Swimmers enter the lake at Burnt Mill Beach and Exit at the Yacht Club Boat Ramp*.Bike: 9.7 miles: The Bike race is an open course all the way around the lake that will be monitored by the CHP for safety.
Run: 5K: The run starts by exiting Bike Transition and running up the hill toward HWY 189 and right towards Blue Jay Theatre where racers turn around and return to the Lake Arrowhead peninsula to finish the race.
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*The Inland Empire community collaborative consists of 11 non-profits who are hosting this event and have joined together to serve the various needs of disabled and disadvantaged children and their families in your area. The non-profits involved are: Another Way, Cedar House Life Change Center, Community Health Services, inc., Foothill Family Shelter, Hearts and Lives, High Desert New Beginnings, Integrative Counseling Services, Mom and Dad Project at Bear Valley CHD, Project Cuidar, Rim Family Services, Solomon Ujamaa Center. Check out our iecc website! www.ie-cc.org
The IECC (Inland Empire Community Collaborative) is a group of organizations that are currently involved in “Impacting Lives Together” throughout the Inland Empire. The organizations range in size and service, but share the common goal of bringing services, funding, and opportunity to the Inland Empire. The IECC was formed from former participants in First 5 San Bernardino’s Capacity Building Academy. The Capacity Building Academy (CBA) is a 10-month program that combines group learning workshops with tailored organizational coaching to increase the long-term sustainability of organizations serving children 0 to 5 and their families.
After the CBA, a group of graduates decided that a collaborative voice among them may have a stronger impact in the Inland Empire and beyond. As such the IECC was born, and has been in existence for the past year and half. In that time we have held monthly meetings where we have networked, strategized, and planned our signature event, a Triathlon in Lake Arrowhead on September 13th 2014th!!!