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JEDI believes in the power of the old adage: "2 + 2 = 5." Collaborating with other organizations, businesses and agencies with similar missions creates a greater impact overall and streamlines resources and efforts to support the economic and social development of our region. JEDI chooses its partners strategically and works with those organizations who have the capacity, innovation and integrity to translate their values into action. The following list represents those entities with which JEDI has created formal or informal collaborations.


Service Delivery Partners
JEDI works in partnership with and salutes the efforts of the following agencies and businesses:

 

Funding Partners
JEDI seeks out funding sources that support its mission and that want to be active partners in creating economic prosperity for people and communities. JEDI is grateful that it has worked with the following list of exemplary public and private funding partners to create prosperity in the local community:
  • Small Business Administration's Program for Innovation in Microenterprise (PRIME)
  • California Housing and Community Development's Community Development Block Grant Funds (Small Cities and Counties Program)
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Modoc Siskiyou Community Action Agency
  • Shasta Trinity National Forest
  • Superior California EDD
  • US Department of Agriculture Rural Development
  • California Technology, Trade & Commerce
  • Foundation for a Better World
  • The Women's Foundation
  • Scott Valley Bank
  • US Bank
  • PremierWest Bank
  • Private Individuals

 

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Mt. Shasta, CA 96067 USA
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