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American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding For Non-Profits
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors has allocated $1,000,000 in funding to the COVID- 19 Community Improvement (CID) Fund to support pandemic relief efforts undertaken by non-profit organizations. Grants will be provided to eligible non-profits providing direct relief services and/or serving populations disproportionally impacted by the pandemic. The Board of Supervisors in compliance with U.S. Department of Treasury guidelines has established the following funding objectives for this grant opportunity:
- Support urgent COVID-19 response efforts carried out by non-profit agencies to continue to decrease spread of the virus and bring the pandemic under control
- Support immediate economic stabilization for households and businesses
- Address systemic public health and economic challenges that have contributed to the inequal impact of the pandemic
- Mitigate demonstrated financial hardship resulting from COVID-19 public health emergency including covering payroll, mortgages or rent, and other operating expenses
Application needs to be returned to:
Supervisor Kevin Jeffries
Riverside County, First District
Attn: Robin Reid
4080 Lemon Street, 5th Floor
P.O. Box 1527
Riverside, CA 92502-1527
The applicant acknowledges and agrees to the following:
• CID applications are classified as a public record, and may be subject to requests for copies by the media, the public or any other interested parties.
• Every CID application is considered individually and on its own merit.
• Preference will be given to organizations and activities that directly benefit the residents of the First District.
• The First District does not sponsor dinners, dances, banquets, galas, golf tournaments or similar events.
• Funding is not immediately available to the recipient; please allow 8 weeks for processing from date of submission.
• The awarding of CID funds does not constitute an automatic annual allocation.
• CID recipients are not permitted to use Supervisor Jeffries’ name or likeness in promotion of their events or activities unless otherwise specifically authorized by this office (e.g. if he is speaking at the event and needs to be listed on the agenda).
• CID funds must be spent as specified on the application and records may be requested by the Board of Supervisors or their designee to ensure the funds were used appropriately.
• CID grants will not be awarded or announced within the 60 days before an election in which the awarding Supervisor is on the ballot.
• The recipient shall provide a full accounting with documentation on the use of awarded funds. All awards require a report back on how the money was spent within 60 days of the utilization of the funds. If the award is not entirely spent in the fiscal year it was awarded and over $5,000, a report shall be submitted annually until the funds have been exhausted. The recipient shall return to the county any funds not spent or documented per the signed agreement.