The Inland Empire Small Business Association (SBDC) provides existing and startup businesses with technical assistance designed to improve their competitive standing in the marketplace. The SBDC focuses on promoting positive impact through their work with clients and the local community.
The mission of the City of Riverside Community Development Department is to continuously improve Riverside's quality of life by facilitating investment and economic development beneficial to the City, its neighborhoods and business districts, and that meet or exceed community expectations.
Uncommon Good works to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and to work for the restoration of our planet through helping underprivileged children succeed in school and go to college, by supporting young doctors who are bringing health and wellness into underserved communities, and through a variety of environmental initiatives.
Lend for America empowers student leaders to help build strong businesses and communities by providing equitable financial services to low-income individuals by providing training, networking, funding, and research to campus microfinance institutes.
Kiva Zip is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty through crowdsourcing and leveraging a worldwide network of microfinance institutions.
CCAEJ brings people together to improve our social and natural environment. They do this by developing indigenous leadership, community organizing through strategic campaigns and building a base of community power in order to create safer, healthier, toxic free places to live, work, learn and play.
NLBWA's mission since 1998 has been to promote, develop and support the rapid growth of Latina business owners, professionals and their families. The purpose of NLBWA is to create more representation, visibility, and business development, networking and mentoring opportunities for Latinas and their families in the world of business and at the executive level throughout the country.
HCC’s mission is to foster Hispanic economic development and to create sustainable prosperity for the benefit of American society.The USHCC works tirelessly on behalf of our nation’s Hispanic business men and women, that together play a critical role in broadening the prosperity of our country and advocating for business owners.
The Asian Business Association represents Asian American business owners, and creates business opportunities for its members and their diverse communities by presenting the views of Asian American business owners and providing training and education.
HTH supports families and seniors by providing housing communities that are affordable, safe, and of the highest quality. We enhance neighborhood stability through long-term management and maintenance, as well as industry-leading services such as senior wellness, preschool and afterschool programs, and family financial training.
ReachOut is an information and support service that uses evidence based principles and technology to help teens and young adults who are facing tough times and struggling with mental health issues. Reach Out aims to help them recognize their own strengths in order to overcome their difficulties and/or seek help if necessary.