RCDDAA Grants Program
In 2010, the Riverside County Deputy District Attorney Association (RCDDAA) established a Charitable Arm tasked with granting monies to underfunded community organizations serving the children of Riverside County. We understand that our commitment to our community extends beyond the courtroom door. We challenge ourselves to provide tools that help our educators and community groups through these challenging times efficiently and with the greatest impact.
How does my organization apply?
Please fill out the web form at the bottom of this page.
Who is eligible for assistance?
Grants will be made only to nonprofit organizations with tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code, or who have a sponsoring agency with this status; a school; or public agency. All recipients must serve further the mission of RCDDAA, the Office of the Riverside District Attorney, or both.
What is not funded through the RCDDAA Grants program?
– to fund research
– programs that promote or engage in religious or political doctrine (if you are interested
in a political contribution, please contact our Political Action Committee)
– organizations that do not benefit Riverside County
How much money is available to our organization through the RCDDAA Grants Program?
Grants are determined on a case-by-case basis.
How will recipients be selected?
The RCDDAA Board of Directors will assess applications as they are received.
How will the money be disbursed?
If your organization is selected as a recipient, you will be contacted by RCDDAA.