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What’s Happening: Taraji P Henson & Jennifer Hudson’s IE Connection Source: 991KGGI Gone Hollywood: A local non-profit founder is about to get the Hollywood treatment, with her real-life story being turned into a film. Kim Carter, founder of the “Time for Change Foundation” in San Bernardino will have her story directed by Taraji P Henson

Taraji P Henson to direct Jennifer Hudson in Tell It Like a Woman anthology

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Taraji P. Henson to Direct Jennifer Hudson and Pauletta Washington in ‘Tell It Like a Woman’ Anthology Project Source: celebretainment.com Taraji P. Henson is to direct Jennifer Hudson in anthology project ‘Tell It Like a Woman’. The ‘Empire’ star is to helm ‘Pepcy & Kim’, one of Iervolino Entertainment anthology’s seven parts, and Pauletta Washington

Kim Carter Story To Be Told In ‘Tell it Like a Woman’ Anthology

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Taraji P. Henson to Direct Jennifer Hudson and Pauletta Washington in ‘Tell It Like a Woman’ Anthology Project Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson, Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson and Pauletta Washington have joined Iervolino Entertainment’s star-studded anthology project “Tell It Like a Woman.” The trio will take on “Pepcy & Kim,” one of the anthology’s seven

Time for Change Foundation Spring 2021 Newsletter

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Our Spring 2021 Newsletter Don’t miss our latest newsletter where you can read about many of the happenings at Time For Change Foundation. In this issue, we share the initial letters of those seeking the aid of our W.I.S.H. program, because the pandemic didn’t stop the need to pay bills.  Also, a recap of out 19th Annual “She

Time For Change Foundation is Hiring

We Are Hiring! We have seven positions open for hire: Case Manager Supervisor Marketing Assistant Policy Counsel Program Assistant Program Supervisor Social Worker/DOA Counselor Workforce Development Director Learn More On Our Careers Page: You can view the job descriptions and learn more about the requirements on our Careers page.

2 San Bernardino Nonprofits Come Together for Community Support

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San Bernadino NonProfits Coming Together Two nonprofits have joined together to share their Community Action Fair Giveaway and their Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Foundation as a drive-up or a come-in event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 12 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1407 N. Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino. The Time for Change Foundation, headed

ABC7 Spotlight – Housing Costs in Inland Empire Have Shot Up

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California’s Inland Empire Has Become a Hot Real Estate Market The Inland Empire is the region including portions of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. According to data released this month by CoreLogic, home sales prices in the Inland Empire rose by nearly 12 percent during 2020. “People who have lived in L.A., Orange County and surrounding

Kim Carter Mentioned in Women’s Foundation California

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Burning Brighter: Kim Carter Kim Carter has a motto: “A lit candle loses nothing when it lights another.” And it is incredible to see this Women’s Policy Institute Alum, Women’s Foundation California board member, and donor spread her light.  Motivated by her own experiences with homelessness and incarceration, Kim Carter left her career as an

Bezos Day 1 Fund Recognizes Time for Change Foundation With $1Mil+ Award

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Bezos Day 1 Fund recognizes local leaders with 1.25-million-dollar award California (December 9, 2020): The Bezos Day 1 Families Fund launched in 2018 to fund organizations that work to provide shelter and other support to families experiencing homelessness. The Day 1 Families Fund issues annual leadership awards to organizations and civic groups doing this work,

Ashley Moved Into Her New Apartment

Welcome to your new home Ashley! Ashley began her journey with TFCF just 7 months ago after her release from incarceration. In those short 7 months, she has turned her life around and has now moved into her own apartment! This is a huge step on the path of regaining full custody of her children.

Latino Community Foundation Announces $2M in Relief Grants Amid COVID-19

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Latino Community Foundation announces $2M in Grants for COVID-19 in public relief efforts helping latino farming workers. SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As Thanksgiving nears, Latino Community Foundation (LCF) is investing another $2 million in funds for 43 Latino-led organizations across California working on the frontlines of COVID-19 and wildfire relief. These grants represent the latest round of investments from

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