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The Riverside Community College District Foundation is a 501© (3) not for profit organization whose mission is to support programs and projects of Riverside Community College District and its colleges. It’s mission encompasses student scholarships, academic and career program support, athletics, and new initiatives undertaken by the colleges and the District.

Each year, the Foundation distributes more than $500,000 to high school seniors enrolling at Moreno Valley College, Norco College and Riverside City College; continuing RCCD students; and RCCD students who are transferring to four-year colleges and universities. Many scholarship recipients have overcome tremendous odds to achieve their post secondary education.

It is with great pleasure to announce Mark Hawkins will be part of RCCD’s lasting legacy as one of the new Board of Directors.(Mark Hawkins is furthest to the right.)

Altura in the Community

Chauntelle Moses, Payroll Manager

Soroptimist International of Riverside is a service organization of professional women, who advance the status of women and girls, both locally and internationally, by providing financial and volunteer support.

Jill Brua, Assistant Vice President of Loan Services

Desert Best Friend’s Closet provides a diverse array of clothing to economically disadvantaged and underserved men, women, and at-risk youth of the Coachella Vally.

Moritz Wohanka, Vice President of Finance

The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center (RHSPAC) is a non-profit 501©(3) public benefit charitable organization committed to giving homeless cats and dogs another chance for a healthy and happy life by finding them good, loving homes. MSRPAC is supported solely by private donations and fundraising projects.

Suzie Kisslan, Senior Vice President, Chief Lending Officer

Inspired is a private, nonprofit organization that was founded in 2005. Our goal is to create a safety net for emancipated foster youth while they transition into young adults and to help them break the cycle of abuse and poverty of their past. We aim to help every student earn a vocational certificate or degree and to learn valuable life skills to become self-sufficient.

Erin Fuller, Senior Vice President of Human Resources

The American Red Cross is one of Southern California’s leading non-profit agencies. We provide disaster response; health, safety and aquatics classes; the Lifeline program for independent seniors; youth service programs as well as educational and informational presentations to thousands of residents and business each year.