Ethnic Organizations

Women In Tech

Black, Chinese, East Indian, Hispanic, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese ethnic organizations in Milpitas or nearby and with a fair number of Milpitas members, which meet to socialize and meet common goals. Black Silicon Valley/Santa Clara County Black Chamber of Commerce Our mission is to develop and maintain a strong positive alliance… Continue reading

Sister Cities of Milpitas, CA

Huizhou, China

Information, links and videos about our three sister cities: Dugupan City in the Philippines, Huizhou in China, and Kukizaki, Japan. Commission Sister Cities Commission Website Founded May 21, 1996. The Milpitas Sister Cities Commission (SCC) serves as an advisory body to the City Council on matters affecting sister cities relationships,… Continue reading

Lawyers, Attorneys & Legal Advisors in Milpitas

Lawyers - gavel and law book

GoMilpitas.com does not endorse any of these lawyers. The materials on this page are presented for informational and promotional purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. You should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content in these links without seeking appropriate legal advice regarding… Continue reading

Domestic Violence

Battered Women

Local solutions to domestic violence. If you, a loved one, or a co-worker are suffering through domestic violence, we list here resources in or near Milpitas where you can get help. Crime Tip Hotline To report crimes anonymously to the Milpitas Police: Call 586-2500 or click the link above to… Continue reading

Crime Fighting

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Ways to fight, prevent and report crimes in Milpitas, CA. Alerts All Point Bulletins Being a Kid is Not a Crime Consumer Services Crime Victim Resources Data & Statistics Documents & Forms Domestic Violence Fraud Identity Theft Jails-Correctional Facilities Laws Lawyers Legal Institutions Prevention Sex Crimes Spam Milpitas Citizens Online… Continue reading

Grant Writing-Seven Deadly Sins of Grant Writing

Grant Writing

Too often grant writers fall into these traps when applying for community grants. My thanks to the The Peninsula Community Foundation for allowing me to reproduce this information from one of their seminars. Using “grant-speak.” Avoid acronyms Avoid trite phrases “outcomes,” “cultural diversity.” Avoid big words Avoid complex sentences Not doing… Continue reading

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