Grants

Funding Great Health Initiatives

The Riverside Community Health Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and schools that directly benefit the health and well-being of residents of the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley. RCHF has granted over $33,375,000 in the last 20 years.

To apply to the Foundation, nonprofit applicant organizations must have valid tax exemption status under Section 501( c ) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and be classified as a public charity and not as a “private foundation” under section 509 (a). Governmental agencies and schools may provide alternate documentation indicating the type of organization they are and their tax exempt status. Applicant organizations’ proposed project must serve residents of the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley (specifically from the following zip codes: 92501, 92502, 92503, 92504, 92505, 92506, 92507, 92508, 92509, 92518, 92521, 92522 and 91752).

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Riverside Community Health Foundation has announced a temporary halt in grants program for the year of 2017. Please read the Press Release for the full announcement.

 

Proposals Granted

2016 Proposals Granted

2015 Proposals Granted

2014 Proposals Granted

2013 Proposals Granted

2012 Proposals Granted

2011 Proposals Granted

2010 Proposals Granted

2009 Proposals Granted

If you are a 2016 grantee, click on the following links to obtain report forms.

2016 RCHF Progress Report Form

2016 RCHF Final Report Form

Budget Expenditure Reporting Form 2016