• Application Window Open for Residents Requiring Assistance with Rent

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The application window for Riverside County residents seeking assistance paying their rent opened Monday, and nonprofits selected by the Board of Supervisors are prepared to provide funds for up to 10,000 families impacted by the coronavirus public health shutdowns. “Riverside County … is now severely impacted by the near collapse of the […]

  • NFL Commits $250 Million to Help Fight Systematic Racism

    The NFL announced it would pledge $250 million over the next ten years to help fight systematic racism. The money will be allocated to a fund that will also “support the battle against the ongoing and historic injustices faced by African-Americans,” according to a statement issued by the league on Thursday. “The NFL and our clubs […]

  • Desert Sands Educational Foundation Provides Over $50,000 in Classroom Grants

    The Desert Sands Educational Foundation closed out the school year by delivering a check for $22,797.84 to Desert Sands Unified School District. These funds were generated from the first annual Desert Sands Educational Foundation Gala, Building for Education. This construction-themed gala, held on February 29, 2020 at Ironwood Country Club, honored longtime desert resident, Dick Oliphant. […]

  • Educators Call For Billions More in Federal Aid

    With just a few months to plan for a school year that will look very different from any before, education leaders are pleading for billions more in federal aid for K-12 schools because of the coronavirus pandemic. The $2 trillion congressional relief package passed in March allocated about $30 billion for education, including colleges. About $13 billion of that […]

  • Health Care Providers for the Poor will get More Relief

    The Department of Health and Human Services said Tuesday that it is taking additional steps to provide federal coronavirus relief funding to health care providers and hospitals that care for the poor and uninsured. The agency, which has come under fire in recent weeks for delays in distributing the $175 billion in federal support that Congress authorized in late March and April, […]

  • Funding Approved to Aid Nonprofits Impacted by Public Health Shutdowns

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – The Board of Supervisors Tuesday unanimously approved the establishment of a $5 million fund earmarked for aid to Riverside County nonprofits that are struggling to stay afloat following the government’s public health shutdowns stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. “We have a rental relief program, and we have a program to help small […]

  • Riverside County Sets $150M for Coronavirus Relief

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – Riverside County supervisors Tuesday established a $150 million coronavirus relief account in the current fiscal year using federal grant funds intended to assist health care facilities, businesses and county agencies impacted by the coronavirus emergency. In a 5-0 vote, the board accepted a $431 million Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security Act […]

  • Two People Seek Temporary Restraining Order Against Newsom’s Plan

    Less than a week after suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over his allocation of $75 million in coronavirus-related aid to undocumented immigrants ineligible for unemployment insurance, two taxpayers Monday filed court papers in Los Angeles seeking a temporary restraining order against the plan. The Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit was brought last Wednesday by Judicial Watch […]

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