This Spotlight on the Inland Empire, part of the Regional Report Series associated with A Portrait of California 2021–2022, was made possible thanks to the leadership of the Parkview Legacy Foundation and the support of the James Irvine Foundation, along with the following funders: Center for Social Innovation at the University of California, Riverside, First 5 Riverside County, Inland Empire Health Plan, Inland SoCal United Way, Loma Linda University Health.
An advisory panel of over 55 eminent public servants, advocates, scholars, and nonprofit leaders from across the Inland Empire contributed their expertise to guide this work with vision and care. We would like to thank them for their generous contributions and their support in making this report a reality.
Download the Inland Empire Report here: https://ssrc-static.s3.amazonaws.com/moa/SpotlightontheInlandEmpire.pdf
This was part of a statewide effort made possible by these partners:
Access all the reports here: https://measureofamerica.org/california2021-22/
From the Report:
Why we’re excited about this:
Findings clearly illustrate that certain segments of our population are doing much better than others? We think we know why, but we need your help to do something about the forces leaving others behind and advancing equity!
There is a clear and direct connection between the issues impacting neighborhoods and the overall health and well-being of our residents. Let’s work together to improve these conditions for everyone!
Reach out to join us in these efforts! firstname.lastname@example.org
- Riverside County Non-Profit Roundtable
We are honored to participate in what we believe can be a game changing initiative for Riverside County. The Riverside County Non-Profit Roundtable has been created at the request of non-profit organizations (including Parkview Legacy Foundation), County Executive Staff, and County Supervisors to improve the connections and working relationships between the County and Community Based organizations, to begin with, in the distribution and implementation of 20 Million American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds being provided to Riverside County Non-Profits. More to come soon!