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  • Grant funding is ONLY available to nonprofit organizations (501c3), government agencies, school districts and tribes
  • Services covered under the grant must be provided to residents of the 4th Supervisorial District for the County of Riverside.  Organizations based outside of this area are welcome to apply as long as the project/program for which they are applying is based within the District.
  • Services provided must be one of the following categories: Health, Mental/Behavioral Health or Juvenile Intervention

NOTE: Entire grants process, letters of intent, applications and reporting is completed online through our Grantee Portal

You must FIRST REGISTER on the portal and then you will have access to various applications.  When you register, you will be required to verify your email address - after which our team will review your request, ask for additional information if needed, and then approve it before you will be able to log in.



A Letter of Intent is required prior to completing a full grant application.

This process may be used for grants up to $5,000 and may be requested throughout the year.

Please allow up to 60 days for final funding approval or denial

Required budget template can be found at the bottom of this page.


RFP 2017.2 Mental Health Has been Released (click for more information) To Apply you MUST have attended one of the Bidder's Meetings, otherwise your LOI will be denied.

The RAP Foundation desires to partner with qualified nonprofit and public organizations to improve the quality of life for eastern Riverside County residents across three core areas: 1) Health; 2) Mental Health; and, 3) Juvenile Intervention.

In order to foster new, creative, sustainable, and impactful ideas within the core areas, the Board of Directors uses strategic planning to consider unmet need and establish funding priorities.

A true partnership between grant seekers and the RAP Foundation is both desired and essential. To this end a three stage RFP process is utilized to assist grant seekers in aligning their new, creative, sustainable, and impactful ideas with established funding goals.


Required budget template can be found at the bottom of this page.


Desert Fast Pitch is a months-long program which trains nonprofits on quickly and effectively pitching their organization to potential funders, and culminates in an actual event during which substantial cash grants are awarded. For more information on this innovative program, click here.

cvHIP  Health resources in the Coachella Valley
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