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Financial Survival Technical Assistance

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Caravanserai Project [kar-uh–van–suh-ree] strives to provide structure, accountability, supply specialized skills and bring together networks of people to help ideas grow and flourish on their own.  

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which positions itself as a crucible where ideas and experiences are brought together, exchanged and developed in order to promote social innovation and encourage progress.

Our goal is to work both with social innovators and change makers – regardless of the stage they are at (explorers as well as more advanced mission driven entrepreneurs) – and support them along their journeys.


IF YOU MISSED the webinar on Survival Strategies for Non-profits and Social Impact Organizations you can view in on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y_M4m7-yyCs



For up to date information on COVID-19 and resources available to you, please dial 2-1-1 anytime, or click www.uwiv.org/covid19

or www.connectriverside.org/coronavirus2019

You may also make a gift to support COVID-19 recovery efforts from both websites.

Download the COVID-19 Resource & Information Guide

Please check this page often for updates.

City Leaders are actively monitoring the COVID -19 pandemic, working closely with the Riverside County Department of Public Health and other agencies.  The lead national agency is the Federal Government who is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The lead local agency for this public health matter is the Riverside County Department of Public Health. For more information about COVID-19 including guidelines, business planning resources, and local updates, please visit this page frequently.

For the latest updates regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases in Riverside County, please visit their website.

Please sign up for Riverside Alert to receive critical City messages and alerts: http://www.riversidealert.com


The mission of the Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC) is to make a collective impact in its related communities through collaboration, leveraging and resource development.

The Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC) is the result of two years of 31 non-profit agencies working together to strengthen our organizations and improve outcomes for individuals and communities throughout San Bernardino County.

Download the Covid-19 Inland Empire Non-Proft Resources-PDF

Sample of the kind of links you will find.

Virtual Meeting Resources

The Board’s role in response and their communication plan

3 Ways to keep your workspace clean.

How to manager lead and communicate

Much more


Lift to Rise is a collective impact organization that works to achieve a future where all Coachella Valley families are healthy, stable and thriving. Our work brings together community and institutional leaders to collaboratively solve the underlying causes of poverty and inequality.

COVID-19 is an unprecedented challenge for all of us. During these difficult times, community and government partners across the Coachella Valley are coming together to support all Coachella Valley families.

Together, we are working to create an emergency economic preparation and protection plan for our region. Our goal is to connect all eligible families and residents to every currently available form of public assistance in order to keep our neighbors housed, fed, healthy, and secure. Below please find resources with information about housing, health, utilities, food, education, workers benefits, and small businesses. For general questions, please email eppsupport@lifttorise.org.



The Center For Nonprofit Advancement (CNA) is a program of the RAP Foundation. It is a community resource center focused on strengthening and increasing the capacity of nonprofits in Riverside County.

At CNA, we help nonprofits build stronger, more sustainable organizations by providing them with information, knowledge and professional skills in planning, human resources, fundraising and development, marketing and branding, technology and compliance.

Essential Advice and Resources for Nonprofits

Visit https://thecna.kartra.com/page/coronavirus

In light of the COVID-19 “Coronavirus,” we are providing these resources for nonprofits.

We will be updating these resources as we learn more.

Please be sure to listen to the proper authorities and help safeguard the clients you serve, your staff, your volunteers and of course, YOURSELF!

Stay strong, stay safe, and be well!



For up to date information on the CoronaVirus visit


We offer a wide range of services and programs, with a staff of 700  doctors, nurses, health educators, nutritionists, communicable disease and community program specialists, managers and fiscal and support staff.

Public Health Organizational Chart (PDF)

Ours is certainly a large department, but we aim to treat each client and visitor with care that is as unique and individualized as possible.

Our mission is simple:  to promote and protect the health of all county residents and visitors in service of the well-being of the community.

It’s all part of our vision for healthy people and a healthy community!




To empower our communities to lead healthy lives & access to health care; safe, affordable housing; opportunities for education; and the leadership skills to eliminate disparities.


Our community members will reach personal empowerment to move towards self-sufficiency and contribute to their community’s well being.

Featured Programs




Visit http://elsolnec.org/programs for more details.


Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act CARES Act (Pub. L. 116-132)

On March 27, the House unanimously passed and President signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2 trillion economic stimulus law intended to provide immediate relief for individuals, nonprofits, businesses, and state and local governments. The CARES Act is the third law enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

What’s in the Bill for Nonprofits

The CARES Act provides significant funding for governments, businesses, hospitals, schools, and social support programs, among many other things. Below are key provisions of sector-wide interest to charitable nonprofit organizations.

Paycheck Protection Program Loans (emergency SBA 7(a) loans): Creates an emergency loan program providing loans of up to $10 million for eligible nonprofits and small businesses, permitting them to cover costs of payroll, operations, and debt service, and provides that the loans will be forgiven in whole or in part under certain circumstances. Section 1102.

For FULL details visit: https://www.councilofnonprofits.org/trends-policy-issues/initial-analysis-of-the-coronavirus-aid-relief-and-economic-security-act-cares


Most of us went from thinking that the panic over toilet paper was ridiculous and wondering how the COVID-19/Coronavirus may impact us to having our children home from school, worrying about our parents and/or grandparents and wondering what steps we can take to protect ourselves and our businesses. Here’s what you need to know to manage the pandemic as you manage your business.

What you will learn:

HR Best Practices

Telework/Working From Home

Links to the most FAQ HR questions:

FFCRA about Family Act (FMLA)

California’s Paid Sick Leave (PSL)