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The OMB Super Circular- A Training about the Rules for Organizations Receiving Government Grants

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The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center is hosting training about the “Rules for Organizations Receiving Government Grants” on Wednesday, February 24, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. at the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, 1666 K Street NW, Suite 440. If your nonprofit organization receives a government grant, you must comply with the OMB omnibus circular (the so-called "Super Circular") which outlines the requirements for the use and administration of federal grant funds given to nonprofit organizations, including cost principles for nonprofit organizations and the audit requirements.

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Fifth Annual Summit

Fifth Annual Summit 

This year’s summit sold out. With guest speakers from across the country DBH was able to inform and help reshape the conversation regarding pathways to success for boys and men of color. Click here or the picture above, to check-out photos of the event. We are planning for an even larger event next year. Hope to see you there.

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Depression and anxiety are normal reactions to abnormal times or stress. With increased concerns about losing jobs, homes and savings, more people are showing signs of psychological distress. It’s important for us all to learn to recognize the symptoms of depression so we can get help for ourselves or for others when it’s needed.

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