Entrepreneurs Make the Worst Fortune Tellers

by Hassan del Campo from Micro Business Monday™ As entrepreneurs there may be a tendency to distance ourselves from the barriers that are preventing our advancement. Simply put, we can get in our own way – placing blame on lack of money, “the economy”, and other people. We give these things power instead of empowering ourselves. A … Continue reading Entrepreneurs Make the Worst Fortune Tellers

“Community Reinvestment in Today’s Economy” | RISE Power Luncheon 2017

Dear RISE Partners and Friends: On behalf of the Board of Directors of RISE Financial Pathways (formerly Los Angeles Community Reinvestment Committee d.b.a. Community Financial Resource Center), I cordially invite you to join us at Power Luncheon 2017, celebrating 24 Years of Community Reinvestment! This year's theme is "Community Reinvestment in Today's Economy" The Power … Continue reading “Community Reinvestment in Today’s Economy” | RISE Power Luncheon 2017

2016 Grant to Serve Military Women Veterans

2016 Grant to Serve Military Women Veterans Los Angeles, CA., June 14, 2016: Bank of America, one of the nation’s largest banks, has awarded a $15,000 Workforce Development Grant to RISE Financial Pathways, a local South Los Angeles based non-profit serving underserved communities in Los Angeles County for nearly 25 years. RISE Financial Pathways introduced … Continue reading 2016 Grant to Serve Military Women Veterans