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Palm Desert Rotary recognizes RAP’s Center for Nonprofit Advancement (CNA) for educational resources provided to support nonprofit’s effort to develop their management and financial sustainability.
The RAP Foundation announces our Mental Health Initiative Request for Proposal 2017.1 released on July 5, 2017. PREVENTION/EARLY INTERVENTION Adults Ages 18 and Above Life & Coping Skills & Tools / Services Further information and application will be available on our Grants Portal  
RAP Foundation made a four year commitment to a Mental Health Initiative. Majority of grant funding for the Mental Health Initiative is to support nonprofit organizations, agencies, and educational institutions providing Mental Health services and programs for eastern Riverside County residents.
The Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation announced its “Call for Applications” for the Desert Fast Pitch Program in January 2017. Several organizations applied for the opportunity. After careful review and process, a Selection Panel choose eight organizations to participate in the program. The 2017 cohort begins the program on July 12th with a full day of training with National Communications Expert Andy Goodman.
2017 Nonprofit Conference and Desert Fast Pitch Date Set Thursday, September 28, 2017 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Location: Doubletree Hotel, Cathedral City
On Wednesday, December 7, 2016, the RAP Foundation's board of directors approved the name change for the Technical Assistance Program (TAP) to Center for Nonprofit Advancement
for being selected as the 2016 Inland Empire Neighborhood Builder by Bank of America! Presenting the check for Bank of America, Alfred J. Arguello to founders Gloria Gomez and Claudia Castorena  - November 10,  2016  
In many of our minds, “data collection” brings up a vision of paper intake forms and never ending data entry.  In fact, in our upcoming survey of what outcomes measurement looks like in the real world, one of the most commonly repeated themes (alarmingly) was that human services organization didn’t have all the data they wanted because they didn’t have enough computers for all their front line staff to enter it.
by Courtney Cherico, on 9/29/16 10:05 AM Six-Tips-for-Busting-the-Overhead-Myth-1-1.jpgMore than ever before, the people on the front lines of social change are in agreement: we need to evolve the conversation about nonprofit overhead. It's time to reduce the Overhead Myth's stranglehold on donors, the media, and the general public.

cvHIP  Health resources in the Coachella Valley
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