Events

Upcoming Events

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #47

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

RSVP HERE

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #48

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

RSVP HERE

Past Events

Housing & Community Engagement Toolkit Launch

HCE Toolkit Launch Flyer-Updated

Join us on Friday, February 19th to unveil the Housing and Community Engagement Toolkit. The toolkit aims to provide resources and ideas for municipalities and community partners to improve their community engagement work given constrained local government resources. This toolkit is especially timely given the housing element updates underway across the state.

Community engagement is an integral part of the planning process, improving bi-directional communication, increasing community satisfaction, and strengthening public trust in government agencies. It also plays a key role in uplifting the voices of community members, enabling them to provide their expertise and leverage their lived experiences.

 

  • COVID-19 poses a significant barrier for people to participate during the current housing element updates. What can we learn and how can we innovate under these circumstances? 
  • This will be an open conversation to think together as a community of opportunities to build new relationships and inclusive systems that promote equity.
  • We also hope that this toolkit can learn from the engagement currently taking place around Southern California.

Date: Friday, February 19th, 2021 at 10:00AM - 11:30AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Black Education Agenda Report Release

IE Black Education Agenda - Publication Release Flyer

Join us on Thursday, February 18th for The Inland Empire Black Education Agenda report release event! This report utilizes a mixed-methods approach to better understand the educational experiences of Black students and their parents in the Inland Empire.

Major findings include the top priorities of Black students, preschool through college: ranging from academic success to graduation rates. The report also outlines real steps that must be taken to move towards equity in education in the Inland Empire for both institutions and community.

The event will include a discussion from the report's authors and a Q & A session from the audience.

BLU Educational Foundation and its partners, IE-Black Equity Initiative and UCR Center for Social Innovation, look forward to sharing this important work with educational institutions and the community. 

Date: Thursday, February 18th, 2021 at 11:30 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Can Local Media Restore Trust and Destroy Disinformation?

Can Local Media Restore Trust and Destroy Disinformation?

Social media polarizes us. Political propaganda deluges us. And misinformation and disinformation seem to spread as quickly as COVID-19. So where can we go to find stories, analysis, and messengers we can trust? Scholars say that high-quality, fact-based local news organizations—based in our own communities and staffed by diverse and responsible journalists who are also our neighbors—can inoculate us against the toxicity that inundates us via screen, airwave, and print. But such local media are dying; more than a quarter of the country’s newspapers have closed in this century, and thousands of communities no longer have their own news outlets. So how can local, community-based information messengers be made viable again—and how do we know that they are committed to being part of the solution rather than contributing to the problem? What strategies and institutions are already working to restore the trust in information, and in one another, that provides the foundation of a healthy civil society?

Time: Friday, January 22, 2021 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Meeting information will be provided by an automatic digital link after you register.

2021 Presidential Inauguration: Reflections from UCR Leaders and Experts

2021 Presidential Inauguration: Reflections from UCR Leaders and Experts

Join us this upcoming Wednesday, January 20th, 2021 at 12pm for a panel discussion on the significance of the Biden-Harris Inauguration and where we go from here. 

Experts and leaders at UC Riverside will offer reflections of the unfortunate events that occurred at the Capitol, expectations around the Biden-Harris Administration, and overall thoughts of what this moment really means for the state of our country. We will also have remarks by the Hon. Mark Takano.

Time: Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Housing & Community Engagement Toolkit Briefing

Event: Housing & Community Engagement Toolkit Briefing

Join us on Wednesday, January 13th for a toolkit briefing on housing and community engagement. All too often community engagement is done in a way that is not truly inclusive, leaving certain marginalized community members and groups out. 

Community engagement is an integral part of the planning process, helping planners improve bi-directional communication, increase satisfaction, and strengthen public trust in government agencies. It also plays a key role in uplifting the voices of community members, helping to provide an opportunity for even the most marginalized to provide their input and lived expertise.

This toolkit aims to provide resources and ideas for municipalities, but also to provide community-based organizations with background information so they can better integrate their advocacy work.

Date: Wednesday, January 13th, 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom link will be sent 2 days prior to the event

Census Legacies National Launch

Census Legacies

Organizing and outreach on the 2020 Census has built a tremendous amount of social capital, policy expertise, and local area expertise in regions across the country. Importantly, these efforts have unified regions in various respects—across racial and geographic lines, and across sectors by building deeper relationships and partnerships involving experts in community, government, business, academia, and philanthropy.

Instead of disbanding these collaboratives, some places are thinking ahead and finding ways to deploy them to address pressing community needs ranging from redistricting to inclusive regional planning and equitable community development.

Time: Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 10:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Inland Empire Census Celebration

Inland Empire Census Celebration

Dear community partners,

The 2020 decennial Census has official wrapped up and it is now time to reflect and celebrate the accomplishments that were achieved during this joint effort. We are grateful for all who participated including funders, nonprofits, businesses, government agencies, and education partners from the Inland Empire. There's no doubt that this was a challenging yet rewarding effort and for that we wish to celebrate the completion of this historical milestone. 

Please join us on Thursday, November 19th from 3 pm - 5 pm for a virtual celebratation! This event will be attended by several people who made it possible and will be full of remarks from partners, reflections on the official count, recognitions of outstanding partners, and breakout sessions to share stories and the impact this has had on our community. 

Time: Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

San Bernardino County NPO Technical Assistance - Racial Equity Institute

San Bernardino County NPO Technical Assistance- Racial Equity Institute

The Center for Social Innovation at UC Riverside will provide nonprofit organizations tools to thrive in the midst of challenges presented by COVID-19 and the quest to center racial equity for the region. San Bernardino County made a big step forward by becoming the first in California to declare racism a public health crisis, and this move highlights the importance for Riverside nonprofit organizations to center racial equity initiatives. The Racial Equity Institute will provide nonprofit professionals with resources and tools that elevate their work and cultivate their leadership potential.

Time: Monday, November 16, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

The Future of Progressive Federalism in a Polarized Era

The Future of Progressive Federalism in a Polarized Era

Much of the intellectual bandwidth on progressive policy is currently preoccupied with dreams of court packing and eliminating the Senate filibuster. These national developments may indeed come to pass.

Nevertheless, states remain essential for the advancement of civil rights, immigrant rights, worker rights, and environmental protection. Not only are they essential to ensure successful implementation of federal policy, power-building and policy change at the state level is often a pre-requisite to building Congressional coalitions for successful legislation.

Join us for a timely conversation, moderated by Professor Janelle Wong at the University of Marland, and nationally renowned scholars of federalism and citizenship rights.

Time: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PST)

Note: This webinar will be broadcast live via CSI's Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Those who register via Eventbrite will receive reminders and be notified of future events related to progressive federalism.

Safe and Healthy Workplaces Stakeholder & Design Session

Safe and Healthy Workplaces Stakeholder & Design Session

This stakeholder listening & design session invites stakeholders to help co-design solutions that create safer workplaces, that both protect workers and grow our economy in a sustainable and responsible manner. 

State agencies will join us, and we welcome the participation of local government agencies, businesses, labor and worker groups, and community/nonprofit partners.

Time: Monday, November 9, 2020 at 2:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Are States Better at Protecting Human Rights Than the U.S. Government?

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The conventional American narrative since the civil rights era has been that states tend to violate our rights, and the federal government intervenes to protect people. But much of American history runs the other way, offering numerous examples of states acting to protect the rights of their people—notably Indigenous peoples, African Americans escaping slavery, and undocumented immigrants—from federal authorities. What’s more, state constitutions, which are relatively easy to amend, typically grant citizens far more rights than the much more  difficult-to-amend U.S. Constitution. Are our state capitals better suited than Washington, D.C., to defend our freedoms? What will happen if a more conservative U.S. Supreme Court majority turns more debates over rights into questions for individual states? Do today’s bitter disputes over election and voter suppression at the state level suggest that it’s time to revisit the Voting Rights Act of 1965—or finally add the right to vote to the U.S. Constitution?

Time: Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 1:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom

Rise Up on the Recovery: California Youth Summit Oct 17

Rise Up on the rovers

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented conversations!

We are six months into the biggest economic catastrophe of our lifetimes, with young people bearing the biggest burdens.

And yet, youth voices are often unseen and unheard. What kind of economic recovery should we be fighting for? And what can we do to make our vision a reality?

Join hundreds of youth from across California for a special summit on Saturday, October 17, where we envision, strategize, and organize to make sure that our economy and our government works for us.

We will be joined by California's Labor Secretary and her team, who will be there to listen and learn, and to ensure that youth voices are a key part of future decisions on the economic recovery.

Time: Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 10:00 AM (PDT)

State of Education Equity in the Inland Empire: Report Release

State of Education Equity in the Inland Empire

Please join us for the "State of Education Equity in the Inland Empire" report release on September 30th.

This report takes a deep dive into education equity in the region and utilizes both quantative data and in-depth interviews with local experts. The report analyzes data at each education level, and includes detailed maps. 

Please join us as we take you through the data. While the report does highlighting areas of improvement, it also lifts up regional partners that are facilitating real change in education. 

Date: September 30th, 2020 at 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Stockton and Beyond: Empowering Youth Governance in Inland California

Stockton and Beyond: Empowering Youth Governance in Inland California

What happens when youth are not only empowered to speak up, but to govern?

The California Endowment, Center for Social Innovation-UCR, and Philanthropy California invite you to a conversation featuring Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs, California Endowment CEO Dr. Robert K. Ross, and young leaders from Inland California

On the occasion of the release of the HBO Documentary Stockton on My Mind, come learn how investing in youth can help address the twin pandemics of our time: COVID-19 and systemic racism.

Time: Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link after you register below.

Stockton on my Mind: CA Youth Discussion & Watch Party

Stockton and Beyond

Join The California Endowment, its President’s Youth Council, and the Center for Social Innovation-UCR for a Pre-Watch Party on Monday, August 24th  from 5-8pm and a kickoff panel discussion with local leaders on the recently released HBO documentary Stockton on my Mind 

Find the documentary here:  https://www.hbo.com/documentaries/stockton-on-my-mind 

Time: Monday, August 24, 2020 at 5:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided after you register below.

 

Advancing Racial Equity in Government: What's Next

Advancing Racial Equity in Government: What's Next

The push for racial equity in local government is gathering steam across Southern California—an impressive result that has emerged from the civil rights activism of young and older leaders, the partnership of many government agencies, and the support of many elected officials.

  • How did this regional movement get started? 
  • What does racial equity in local government mean? 
  • And what kind of benchmarks should we achieve in the coming year and beyond?

Join us for a stakeholder conversation on Thursday, August 20 at 10am via Zoom, where we address these questions and map the work ahead. Community leaders, elected officials, executives and senior managers in government agencies are all welcome. 

Time: Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 10:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Inland Empire Census Community Update

Inland Empire Census Community Update

Dear community partners,

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire as we approach the end of the decennial census. The new self-response deadline is now September 30, urging our community to expedite our outreach efforts. In response, the Inland Empire Complete Count Committee in partnership with the United States Census Bureau is hosting a community update on all things Census! 

This webinar will pay special attention to ways that the US Census Bureau, state, and local efforts are adapting on Census enumeration and Census outreach. An accurate count is particularly important to make sure our region gets its fair share of public health dollars, and funding for infrastructure, social programs, and economic development in the coming decade.

Time: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Inland Empire Rising: The Case for Timely Investments in Racial Equity and Sustainability

Douglass Washington Leadership Program

Join us for a webinar featuring a comprehensive new report on the Inland Empire's nonprofit sector. The report, the first of its kind since 2009, shows that nonprofit jobs in the Inland Empire pay significantly more than other private-sector jobs. Inland Empire leads California with the highest share of nonprofit startups since 2010, and the foundation giving to the region has increased dramatically over the last decade. Many charitable organizations have a more significant impact than ever before — by building coalitions, empowering communities, and strengthening their capacity for what the Center for Social Innovation calls "data, narrative, and action: DNA." 

What has COVID-19 meant for nonprofit startups? And what does racial equity look like in a region that is approaching 70 percent of people of color? Join us for a timely and essential conversation on the Inland Empire's place in the future of Southern California.

Time: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 11:00 AM (PDT)

Equitable and Sustainable Recovery and Growth for Inland California: Next Steps for Philanthropy

UCR

Over the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic and recent events surrounding the murder of George Floyd have further exposed the substantial and pre-existing health, racial, economic, and regional disparities across our state. The current moment's challenges underscore​ the critical importance of maintaining our focus on driving more significant equity and inclusion throughout our state – particularly as we enter the crucial stages of economic and social recovery and rebuilding.

Join Philanthropy California, the Governor's Office, the Center for Social Innovation at UC Riverside, and the Sierra Health Foundation, to discuss and reimagine an inclusive and equitable recovery and growth in Inland California.

Time: Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 10:00 AM (PDT)

Inland Empire Learning Session: The Power of Social Enterprise (201)

IELP

There is a significant movement underway in Southern California, where employers, government agencies, and funders are creating job opportunities that put community members on a meaningful path to improve their lives. Some of these members have served time in prison, others face developmental disabilities, and others are youth from neighborhoods that many have given up on.

This is the power of social enterprise! To bring a business mindset and business partnerships to produce social impact—that lifts up the most disadvantaged among us, and strengthens our community and economy in the process.

Time: Monday, June 29, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PST)

Inland Empire Learning Session: The Power of Social Enterprise (101)

IELP

There is a significant movement underway in Southern California, where employers, government agencies, and funders are creating job opportunities that put community members on a meaningful path to improve their lives. Some of these members have served time in prison, others face developmental disabilities, and others are youth from neighborhoods that many have given up on.

This is the power of social enterprise! To bring a business mindset and business partnerships to produce social impact—that lifts up the most disadvantaged among us, and strengthens our community and economy in the process.

Time: Monday, June 22, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PDT)

Center for Social Innovation Opportunities Event

Center for Social Innovation Opportunities Event

Please join us this Friday, June 5th from 12 pm - 1 pm to learn more about how you can get involved in a reserch opportunity with the Center for Social Innovation at UCR! The event will be hosted by CSI staff and will introduce a brief background of the center, its mission, experiences, and opportunities for this summer.

You can learn more about the Center for Social Innovation and its opportunities by visitng socialinnovation.ucr.edu

Time: Friday, June 5, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PST)

 

UCR Counts: Census Champion Training

UCR Counts: Census Champion Training

UCR Counts: Census Champion Training

The UCR Counts! Committee is pleased to continue the opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to learn more about the upcoming 2020 census through a series of Census informational and training sessions. In reponse to COVID-19, census awareness is more critical than ever! Upon completion of a full training, participants will become certified 2020 Census Champions. Each session will cover a multitude of topics regarding the decennial census such as, what it is, what it’s used for, why it’s important, how to fill it out, how your information is protected along with some insight on the historical significance of a complete and accurate count of all people who reside in the United States.

Census Champions will be asked to become ambassadors for UCR Counts Committee and help spread the importance of the Census 2020.

             When: Wed, April 8, 2020 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM PDT

                                                       Location: Zoom information will be provided upon eventbrite registration.

State of Nonprofits in the Inland Empire Report Release

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Join us as we celebrate the release of our State of Nonprofits in the Inland Empire Report on March 31st.

A panel discussion with community experts will dive deeper into the data and challenges related to non profit organizations in the Inland Empire.

When: Tue, March 31, 2020 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Location: Zoom 

Census 2020 in the IE: Get Informed and Get Involved

 
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"What is happening with 2020 Census outreach? And how can I get involved and make a difference?" You may be asking yourself these questions, as you hear news stories about the risks of a possible undercount in our region, and the millions of community dollars at stake.Join us at an important regional briefing to kick off 2020, with updates from the Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino, Inland Empire Community Foundation, Inland Empowerment.

Location: On Zoom

When: Thu, March 12, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM PDT

Policy Summit: Taking the “High Road” on Labor and Environment

labor event

This first-ever summit brought together key stakeholders from Labor, Industry, Community, Government, and Philanthropy—from Los Angeles County as well as the Inland Empire—to make progress on key questions involving high-quality jobs and environmental sustainability.

Location: University of California, Riverside, Extension University Village 1103

When: Wed, March 11, 2020 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PDT

 

SoCal Policy Forum

SoCal Policy Forum

This forum, the second in a series traveling across Southern California, will focus on the pressing issue of poverty, with expert opinion that is grounded in evidence and experience. SoCal Policy Forum (SPF) is a partnership of Southern California News Group and the Center for Social Innovation at UC Riverside, in collaboration with a range of leaders and institutions across Southern California. SPF is a platform that regularly convenes policy experts in Southern California on timely issues that can better engage and inform the larger public.

Location: Sisters of St Joseph of Orange, Mother Louis Room

When: Thursday, January 30, 2020 6pm to 8pm

Census 2020 in the IE: Get Informed and Get Involved

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"What is happening with 2020 Census outreach? And how can I get involved and make a difference?" You may be asking yourself these questions, as you hear news stories about the risks of a possible undercount in our region, and the millions of community dollars at stake.Join us at an important regional briefing to kick off 2020, with updates from the Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino, Inland Empire Community Foundation, Inland Empowerment.

Location: UCR Alumni Center

When: Thu, January 23, 2020 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM PST

State of Civic Engagement in the Inland Empire Report Release

State of Civic Engagement in the Inland Empire Report Release

Civic engagement and participation are essential building blocks of representative democracy.Learn more about representation, voting, and other forms of civic participation in the Inland Empire. A panel discussion with community experts will dive deeper into the data and issues related to civic engagement in the I.E. 

 Location: 900 University Avenue INTS 1113, Riverside, CA 92521

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Capitalizing on Opportunity Zones

Opportunity Zones Info Session Picture

The Center for Social Innovation at the University of California, Riverside, welcomed key local stakeholders to discuss the potentials of our local Opportunity Zones. Speakers from the Milken Institute, Accelerator for America, and both Riverside & San Bernardino counties will be presenting at this event for a deeper discussion on what benefits Opportunity Zones provide and how they can serve as a tool for regional development and social mobility.

Location: South CHASS Interdisciplinary (INTS) Building - Room 1113

When: Tue, Nov 19, 2019 1:00 PM

UndocuElders Community Forum

UndocuElders Community Forum

An exciting and educational forum on the health of undocumented elders. This community forum is centered around the release of, "The Health Needs of Undocumented Older Adults" policy brief. This study is a collaborative effort between the California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance, Center for Social Innovation at UC Riverside, Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice, and Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective.

Location: This event took place at the Alumni Center

When: Mon, Nov 18, 2019 1:00 PM

State of Women in the Inland Empire

State of Women

The Center for Social Innovation, our center partners, and community leaders celebrated the release of the 'State of Women in the Inland Empire' report. This is the first comprehensive report focused on women in our region. We invite you to learn more about the lives, opportunities, and struggles of women in the Inland Empire. A lively panel discussion will dive deeper into issues including equal pay, political representation, and women’s healthcare. The report highlights these needs, but also lifts up possible policy solutions and local opportunities to address them. 

Location: CHASS Interdisciplinary South 1113

 When: Wed, Oct 30, 2019 1:00 PM

Census 2020: Jobs Information Session

Census Job

The 2020 Census is right around the corner! Outreach efforts are ramping up as we grow closer and closer to Census day. Come learn about employment opportunities with the U.S. Census Bureau. This interactive session will help those interested in joining the U.S. Census Bureau learn about current opportunities being offered and how to submit a competitive application. Please R.S.V.P. to join us for this event and learn how you could participate in ensuring we achieve a complete count.

Location: CHASS Interdisciplinary South 1113

When: Friday, October 25, 2019 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

Briefing on COVID-19

Past Events

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #46

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #45

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #44

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #43

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #42

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #41

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #40

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #39

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #38

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #37

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners. In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #36

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #35

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, Novembe 18, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #34

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #33

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #32

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #31

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #30

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #29

Briefings on COVID19 (Recurring)

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #28

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #27

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #26

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #25

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #24

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #23

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #22

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #21

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #20

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #19

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, July 22, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #18

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #17

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #16

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #15

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #14

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #13

Dear community partners,

COVID-19 has placed enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #12

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #11

Dear community partners,

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

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Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #11

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #11

Dear community partners,

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #10

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #10

Dear community partners,

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #9

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #9

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. For that reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) has committed to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar as a response to COVID-19. We welcome updates from any community leader—from government agencies and elected offices, businesses, and nonprofits—that can directly help our nonprofit partners.

In these calls, we hope to generate greater awareness of what the responses are looking like and to build stronger networks of actors for the coming weeks. We know that collaboration and partnerships are going to be the bedrock for managing the flow of both public and private dollars to ensure innovation, rapid response, and equity in assistance.

Time: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #8

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #8

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

For this reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) are committing to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar.

Time: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #7

Briefings on COVID-19 Webinar 7

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

For this reason, Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) and the Center for Social Innovation (CSI-UCR) are committing to host a regular set of community updates via a Zoom webinar.

Time: Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register

 

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #6

March 22

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Wed, April 22, 2020 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #5

April 15 covid

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Wed, April 15, 2020 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #4

Covid #4

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Wed, April 8, 2020 8:00 AM – 9:15 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #3

Thursday April 2, 2020  11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Thurs, April 2 , 2020 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #2

Webinar #3

We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Wed, April 1, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM PDT

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact us at (951) 827-3523 or paolaa@ucr.edu. Requests should be made at least one week prior to the event so the university has sufficient time to arrange reasonable accommodations.

Briefing on COVID-19 Webinar #1

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We are entering a critical time for the Inland Empire, as COVID-19 places enormous health and economic stress on our community organizations and the people they serve. It is also a critical time to make sure that everyone gets counted for 2020 Census, as it will determine federal and state funding for local infrastructure and services for the next 10 years.

With so many changes occurring every week, it is more vital than ever for leaders in the Inland Empire to share timely information about critical needs and opportunities.

Time: Thurs, March 26, 2020 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (PDT)

Location: Zoom information will be provided by an automatic digital link email from Eventbrite after you register (and before the call is set to begin).