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The Inland Empire Nonprofit Report – the James Irvine Foundation

The Inland Empire Nonprofit Report – the James Irvine Foundation

For the past two decades, population growth in the Riverside and San Bernardino counties of California has outpaced growth in all other areas of the state. Increasingly diverse, these two counties, known collectively as the Inland Empire, have no ethnic majority and feature significant growth among their Latino and Asian communities in particular. The Inland Empire is also home to a disproportionate number of low-income residents.

The needs of this region are significant and increasingly difficult to address by the region’s nonprofit organizations, many of which are smaller and younger than their counterparts in other regions of California.

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