RCAC received a $10,000 SoCalGas Environmental Champions Grant to support RCAC’s Agua4All program in Kern County. RCAC will use this funding to install three water bottle filling stations in Greenfield Union schools; provide education and community outreach to change negative perceptions about drinking tap water; and distribute reusable water bottles to children within the school district.
RCAC was awarded a $50,000 Capital One grant this week to support the Tribal Housing Excellence Academy (THE Academy), an innovative initiative to increase the number and types of housing on Tribal lands. THE Academy develops a core of Native housing entities with the skills to manage housing development themselves, rather than relying on outside consultants.
We're experiencing tremendous growth! With recent expansions to develop senior housing, permanent supportive housing, and transit-oriented projects, we’re opening recruitment for multiple positions at a variety of levels. Apply at https://t.co/K9aXL1vi56 #careers #realestate
The Census historically has a hard time counting rural residents. That affects funding for health, development, education, and other programs. Communities can organize to make sure everyone counts. https://t.co/ji1DhVVaok