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RAP Foundation held its 2017 Nonprofit Conference and Desert Fast pitch on Thursday September 28, 2017 at the Dubletree Hotel in Cathedral City, CA Click HERE to see media coverage
A collaboration between the Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation and the University of Riverside – Palm Desert Campus has once again produced a crop of dedicated graduates in its ongoing Certificate in Nonprofit Management program. See the original story
Hi Lety, We are all so excited that the app is being used and working really well for youth in need. I wanted you to see this note from Daniella Gross, our lead therapist. It’s about an incident that happened over the weekend. We are particularly heartened to see that What’s Up is being used by victims of human trafficking.  Please share it with the rest of RAP staff and board. We all appreciate your support and guidance so much.
Five Coachella Valley cancer nonprofits are teaming up to make sure patients and their loved ones aren’t missing out on any locally available help.
This fall, the second installment of the Regional Access Project’s Communications Conference is again synchronized with ‘Desert Fast Pitch,’ a gameshow- like competition which teaches nonprofits how to tell their stories to potential funders—and leads to some instantaneous results...
"...Momentum for water access in schools and communities is growing. This ceremony marked the seventh station installed in Coachella Valley, the result of inspiring partnership between the Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation, Building Healthy Communities Eastern Coachella Valley and he Riverside County Department of Public Health...."
Newsmaker: Leticia De Lara, CEO for the Regional Access Project Foundation, in conversation with James Folmer.

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