Inland Empire Community Foundation



The Inland Empire Community Foundation, formerly known as the Community Foundation Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, is a nonprofit organization created by and for the people of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

The foundation connects donors with the causes they care about and is the center for charitable investment in the two county area. The foundation was established in 1941.


Assets and Giving for Inland Empire Community Foundation

Assets

2018 - 97,718,476
2017 - 105,470,430
Domestic Grants

2018 - 13,518,726


    

Recent News from Inland Empire Community Foundation


San Bernardino County Artist Adds Creative Works to Human Rights Efforts
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

"I had previously been a two-dimensional art major with drawing and illustration and once I was able to switch over to that super tactile medium and create in three dimensions, all of my creative...more

(Bprw) The Ie Black Equity Fund Raises an Historic $6 Million to Build and Sustain the ...
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation, California Endowment, James Irvine Foundation, Weingart Foundation, Irvine Foundation

"We must remain vigilant on our journey towards progress." So said Dr. Bob Ross, president and CEO of the California Endowment, as he announced a $1 million donation to the Inland Empire...more

Black Equity Fund Celebrated in the IE
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

The Inland Empire Community Foundation celebrates the Black Equity Fund reaching $6 million in donations to support Black-Led organizations in...more

Notes from the newsroom: Philanthropy section returns to Desert Sun thanks to community support
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

But because of a collaborative effort between The Desert Sun and the Inland Empire Community Foundation, I am pleased to announce that...more

Hilary'S One-Two Punch: East Valley Farmworkers Grapple with Property Damage, Lost Wages
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

Residents of a trailer park in California's Coachella Valley are still picking up the pieces after Tropical Storm Hilary caused devastating flooding over the weekend, the Los Angeles Times...more

Looking to volunteer in the desert? Consider helping these 4 Coachella Valley nonprofits
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

These five nonprofits were all inaugural recipients of the Inland Empire Community Foundation's new CIELO fund grant, which launched in 2022 as...more

Creative Corps Inland SoCal grant applications now open for area artists, others
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

A collaboration between the California Arts Council, the Inland Empire Community Foundation, Arts Connection, Riverside Arts Council, and...more

KVCR wins grant to share stories of Latino groups in Inland Empire - The Press-Enterprise
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

In January, the CIELO Fund at the Inland Empire Community Foundation awarded $280,000 in inaugural grants. Grants were awarded to programs...more

KVCR wins grant to share stories of Latino groups in Inland Empire - Daily Bulletin
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

The program is funded by a grant from the CIELO Fund at the Inland Empire Community Foundation. (Courtesy of...more

Desert Sun editor Julie Makinen bids farewell after 4½ years in 'best and toughest' job
Foundation: Inland Empire Community Foundation

... ProPublica, the College of the Desert Foundation, the Inland Empire Community Foundation and the Coachella Valley Journalism...more



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