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Christopher’s Clubhouse took home the top prize of $20,000 during the Regional Access Project’s “Desert Fast Pitch” event Wednesday afternoon, but it was El Sol Neighborhood Education Centers that walked off with the largest amount of grant funding. El Sol managed that feat by winning both the H.N. and Frances C. Berger Foundation’s “Coaches Most Improved” award of $15,000 and the “Audience Choice” award of $10,000.
The Regional Access Project (RAP) Foundation is hosting its Nonprofit Communications Conference and Desert Fast Pitch event on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences in Rancho Mirage. Six Finalist organizations will be competing for cash grant prizes at the Desert Fast Pitch event immediately following the Communications Conference, which starts with a continental breakfast and registration at 8 a.m. Fast Pitch begins at 3:30.
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Regional Access Project Foundation Newsletter
The Rethink Your Drink campaign celebrated a couple of milestones on June 10: the installation of 17 water stations and the reduction 100,000 plastic bottles to landfills.
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...
Regional Access Project Foundation Newsletter
Community leaders and public health officials will gather on Friday, February 6, to unveil a new water station at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School. Event participants will highlight the benefits associated with improving access to safe drinking water throughout the community.

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