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U.S. Bank transforms and expedites annual Market Impact Fund to help local nonprofits like PACE respond to immediate COVID-19 needs
The move is part of a broader shift of its community giving programs amid COVID-19 pandemic includes $50,000 Grant to
PACE Receives $250,000 Philanthropic Investment from JPMorgan Chase to Provide Support to Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19
English Español/Spanish 中文 / Chinese 한국어 / Korean ไทย / Thai English Los Angeles, Calif. –Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment
Council Member Rachelle Arizmendi was the first person and woman of color to be elected and now reelected to the City of Sierra Madre City Council in California. Rachelle is also the Vice President of PACE, the Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment.
PACE would like to share some Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) programs that are available to assist