In response to the alarming spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and what this could mean for our two-county region, Inland Empire Community Foundation is accepting donations to assist local nonprofit organizations working to respond to this public health crisis.
IECF believes the role of philanthropy today is making sure the safety net we have in our communities stays strong – that the most vulnerable and isolated among us can receive assistance. As hard as illness and disasters can be, imagine it without the money, housing, health care, and food many of us take for granted.
Please consider a gift to ensure that our most vulnerable residents will receive the resources and support they need at this challenging time.
To support local efforts in our region, Inland Empire Community Foundation is accepting online donations to:
IE COVID-19 Resilience Fund – Established in 2020 to support programs assisting IE residents impacted by Coronavirus COVID-19.
Grants will be made to organizations in each county assisting those impacted by job loss or facing homelessness because of COVID-19.
Donors may also send checks made payable to Inland Empire Community Foundation with “Coronavirus” written in the memo line or make transfers from their donor-advised funds.
Inland Empire Community Foundation
3700 Sixth St., Suite 200
Riverside, CA 92501
Attention Nonprofits: Inland Empire COVID-19 Nonprofit Survey of Needs and Best Practices
In order to make sure that we understand and can adapt to changing community needs, we ask our IE nonprofit leaders to fill out this survey. This information will inform requests for funding, grantmaking and technical assistance (TA) responses in the weeks and months ahead.