A collaboration between RAP and Riverside County Office on Aging/RSVP
The Inland Empire's Nonprofit Resource Directory is a collaborative project of local funders, nonprofits and capacity builders.
The Regional Access Project Foundation (RAP) addresses unmet needs in health, mental health and juvenile intervention for residents of eastern Riverside County through grants and technical assistance to tax exempt agencies and organizational service providers.
RAP Foundation Request for Qualifications (RFQ) released - Coachella Valley Youth Leadership (CVYL)
This RFQ seeks to identify the best-qualified organization to operate RAP’s Coachella Valley Youth Leadership (CVYL) program. The selected organization will be permitted to absorb the program immediately or request a six-month extension. In the latter case, the RAP Foundation will continue to oversee the program, working alongside the selected organization.
The selected organization and board will have the opportunity to set a timeline for performance criteria.
Download RFQ Here
Technical Assistance for Nonprofits
If your organization is in need of capacity building assistance for the board or staff, please click here for more information and/or download an application. For additional information please contact: Amalia Coyt
(760) 674-9992 or email
Please contact our Grants Manager, Eva Guenther-James in our offices for information.
Note that our grants process has changed effective July 1, 2014.
Please contact Eva Guenther-James for additional information:
RAP Foundation in partnership with Riverside County Office on Aging, launches Volunteer Connect, a program leveraging the current RSVP program to bring volunteerism to those under 55 as well throughout eastern Riverside County.