The Regional Access Project Foundation (RAP) incorporated in 1992 as a 501 C (3) public benefit corporation in order to address 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 is funded through grants and private donations, fund raising and a unique agreement with the County of Riverside.
Technical Assistance for Non-profits
(760) 674-9992 or email
Apply for Funding
Please contact our Grants Manager, Eva Guenther-James in our offices for more information.
Note that our grants process has changed effective July 1, 2014.
Rethink Your Drink
On June 2, the Regional Access Project unveiled the third hydration station at La Quinta High School. The Re-Think Your Drink campaign staff and partners provided 1000 students with a presentation on the importance of not drinking sugary beverages. At La Quinta High School, Environmental Club President David Castro led the effort to install the hydration station before graduation. We would like to thank Brigadier General Guido Portante with Mission Readiness, RAP board member Ricardo Loretta, RAP CEO Leticia De Lara, Gayle Hoxter with Riverside County Department of Public Health and everyone that helped make this event a success.