Grant Opportunities

The Riverside Community Health Foundation has granted over $36.4 million in the last 25 years to nonprofit organizations and government agencies that directly benefit the health and well-being of residents of the cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley. 

Health & Racial Equity Equity 2022 Grant Opportunity

Riverside Community Health Foundation is pleased to announce the Health & Racial Equity 2022 Grant Opportunity, through which RCHF seeks to fund programs that have the potential to improve the healthcare system through a health/racial equity lens. Settings may include hospitals, clinics, and schools. Programs should address physical and/or mental health. Systems-level approaches may include policies, procedures, workflows, capacity, etc. The primary goals of the program are as follows:

• From a systems-level perspective, increase access to mental health services and chronic disease prevention resources in an inclusive and culturally appropriate/relevant manner.

• Create and/or improve systems-level approaches within social, economic, institutional, and built environments that support mental health and chronic disease prevention.

• Integrate systems-level change that improves protective factors and/or mitigates adverse agents which affect mental and physical wellbeing; this may include COVID-19.

RCHF will award up to ten (10) organizations between $10,000 and $15,000.

RCHF will accept Proposal Applications through the deadline of Tuesday, September 20, 2022, 5:00 PM.

For complete information on this grant opportunity, please review the Health & Racial Equity Grant Program 2022 Guidelines. To apply, follow the steps in these guidelines to create a User Account.

Note: If you have already submitted a grant application to RCHF using the RCHF online grant portal, please do not create a new User Account.

The deadline for prospective applicants to submit questions regarding this opportunity was August 30, 2022. The RCHF Health & Racial Equity 2022 Grant Opportunity - Questions & Answers document is now available.


Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to apply for a grant from Riverside Community Health Foundation, the applicant organization must:

• Be a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization; government entity; or Native American Tribal government or organization

• Serve residents within the Greater Riverside Area defined by the city limits of the Cities of Jurupa Valley, Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Norco, and Perris, including the following ZIP codes: 92501; 92502; 92503; 92504; 92505; 92506; 92507; 92508; 92509, 92518; 92521; 92522; 92551; 92553; 92557; 92570; 92571; 91752; 92860; 92879; and 92881. *

*The cities of Moreno Valley, Corona, Norco, and Perris were added to RCHF’s service area as of January 2022.

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