This is a shared and coordinated platform for updates on resources, needs, and opportunities connected to the COVID-19 response, including immediate and longer-term impacts connected to community health, economic vitality, belonging, and equity.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

  • Resources, funding opportunities, and updates can be accessed from the menu above
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  • This survey will be used to inform future rounds of funding in the region, and will also be used to connect nonprofits with technical assistance on various aspects of COVID-19 adaptation and recovery. Note: organizations who already filled out ROUND 1 of the survey will need to fill out ROUND 2 to receive full consideration.
  • Visit the Loan Application Assistance Program, an initiative developed by the Inland Empire Community Collaborative and Caravanserai Project, to provide assistance for nonprofits navigating the CARES Act
  • Visit our Data and Research section as we continue to build a learning community, to support the economic resilience and healing work underway

Next Call: Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) are committing to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar in response to COVID-19.

Webinar #33: The webinar will focus on The California Truth & Healing Council. The Council, created by Executive Order N-15-19, bears witness to, records, examines existing documentation of, and receives California Native American narratives regarding the historical relationship between the State of California and California Native Americans in order to clarify the historical record of such relationship in the spirit of truth and healing. The Council is led and convened by the Governor’s Tribal Advisor and includes representatives from California Native American tribes, relevant state and local agencies, and other relevant non-governmental stakeholders.

Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 8:00am-9:15am (PST) / RSVP Here