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Board Meeting

June 24 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGENDA
June 24, 2020 9:00 AM Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82093972792
Phone number: 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 820 9397 2792

This meeting is being conducted utilizing teleconferencing and electronic means only. There
will not be a physical location.
Members of the public may be able to participate by telephone, using the following dial-in information:
Phone number: 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 820 9397 2792 Reasonable accommodation: Any individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to attend or participate in this meeting may request assistance by emailing MReyes@RAPFoundation.org. Notification at least 48 hours prior to the meeting start time will enable us to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to the meeting.

I. CALL TO ORDER- Roll Call

II. Approval of the AGENDA -In order to meet Brown Act requirements, items may be added to the agenda only upon decision by a majority of the Board of Directors to add the item because of a need for immediate action.

Motion:      Second:       Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name(s):

III. PUBLIC COMMENT / PRESENTATIONS – Any individual wishing to comment on the agenda or an item not on the agenda may do so by emailing MReyes@RAPFoundation.org or calling in at the number above. All emailed comments must be received prior to the 9:00 AM start time.
Persons wishing to speak are requested to be recognized at the appropriate time. General comments regarding non-agenda items will be called for at this time. Specific comments regarding agenda items will be called for during discussion of each item. Please be prepared to limit your Public Comment remarks to three (3) minutes.

Supervisor V. Manuel Perez or Pat Cooper, Deputy Chief of Staff – Update on COVID 19
Recognizing Corky Larson – Aurora, Bill, Mark

IV. CONSENT ITEMS:
A. MEETING MINUTES of May 27, 2020 board meetings (Attach. #1)
B. GRANT / PROGRAM OFFICER REPORT (Attach. #2) – Receive and File.
C. CNA DIRECTOR REPORT (Attach. #3) – Receive and File.
D. CEO’s REPORT (Attach. #4) – Receive and File.
E. FINANCIALS – Receive and File Draft Financials and Treasurer’s Summary up to April 30, 2020. (Attach. #5). The Finance Committee met on June 15 and is recommending approval.

Staff Recommendation: Approve May 27, 2020 Minutes. Receive & file: Grant, CNA,
CEO Reports and Financials.

Motion:     Second:     Approved:     Opposed:     Abstention Name(s):

V. NEW BUSINESS ITEMS Action Required
A. Review and Recommend Renewal of Insurance Policies (Attach. #6):
o Employees Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) and Directors and Officers (D&O)
o Commercial Umbrella
o General Liability and Property
o Professional Liability

Executive Committee Recommendation: To recommend to the Board that they authorize the CEO to renew the four Insurance Policies listed above that are due to expire June 30.

Motion:      Second:     Approved:     Opposed:    Abstention Name (s):

B. Resolution No. 2020-XX Policy COVID –19 Safety Measures for Employees, Tenants, and Customers.
The Executive Committee met to review ideas provided by the Facilities Committee and decided to adopt the Riverside County Guidelines for Professional Offices as a Policy. Also, they directed staff to create procedures consistent with these policies to provide additional clarification and to share with tenants. (Attach. #7)

Executive Committee Recommendation: To recommend to the Board to adopt this Policy
to set Re-Opening Guidelines for reopening the building for use.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:     Opposed:     Abstention Name (s):

C. Transfer of RAP’s Primary Operations Fund Bank Account from First Foundation Bank to First Republic Bank
The Finance Committee directed the CEO and Board Treasurer to evaluate the services offered by Pacific Premier and First Republic Bank for discussion and possible transfer of “Operating” funds.

Executive Committee Recommendation: For RAP to select First Republic as our primary bank that will hold our “Operating Funds”.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:     Abstention Name (s):

D. Riverside University Health System – Public Health contacted RAP to inquire if we would be interested in providing services for two programs:

1. Executive Committee Recommendation: For RAP to enter into an agreement with the County to provide the services. City of Blythe Tobacco Retail Permitting (Attach. #8) – Implement strategies to build support for a tobacco retail permitting policy in Blythe. This is a 2-year (fiscal) grant for the total amount up to $49,900. RAP could hire a person/subcontract with a local partner to provide the services.

Motion:       Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

2. Executive Committee Recommendation: For RAP to enter into an agreement with the County to provide the services. Tobacco-Free Coalition Engagement- CV (Attach. #9). A 2-year (fiscal) grant for up to $49,900 for RAP to hire/subcontract with an entity to cultivate active partnerships with adult groups/organizations that represent ethnic/cultural diversity of the CV.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

E. Five Year County Agreement – Board will review and authorize the CEO to sign and advance to the Board of Supervisors.

F. FUNDING REQUESTS

1. The James Irvine Foundation Regranting Funds to Assist Immigrants – Karina Rios will provide an overview of Budget (Attach. #10)

  a. Consejo Federaciones Mexicanas (COFEM)Requested Amount $25,000
The project will inform families about DACA and opportunities for undocumented students; constitutional, workers’ and tenants’ rights; and access to         food and health care. Delivery methods will include information sessions (online and in-person), a resource guide (online and in person), and public         service announcements (radio, social media, and text messages)

Awarded first year at $20,000                                                          Review Score/Percentage: 80%
Grants Committee Recommendation: For the Board to approve $25,000

Motion:      Second:     Approved:     Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

b. Training Occupational Development Educating Communities (TODEC) Legal Center’ Informate, Prepárate, y Resiste program. – Requested Amount $40,000
The aim is to improve the well-being of underserved, immigrant communities by listening to and organizing around their unique challenges. TODEC will expand support in the Coachella Valley by providing access to timely and up-to-date information and communication, know-your-rights education, and legal awareness support to prevent family separation and deportation.

Awarded first year at $20,000                                 Review Score/Percentage: 71%

Grants Committee Recommendation: For the Board to approve $40,000.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

  c. Inland Congregations United For Change (ICUC)- CV Immigrant Rights ProjectRequested Amount $40,000
The Coachella Immigrant Rights project will provide information, know your rights education, rapid response organizing and legal support to         immigrants in the Coachella Valley. The collaboration between ICUC congregations, the
Inland Coalition for Immigrant Rights and the San Bernardino Community Service Center will serve undocumented families and DACA youth.

Awarded first year at $20,000                                  Review Score/Percentage: 74%
Grants Committee Recommendation: For the Board to approve $40,000.

Motion:      Second:     Approved:     Opposed:     Abstention Name (s):

d. Inland Equity Partnership (California Partnership)’s Rapid Response, Mental Health Therapy and Peer SupportRequested amount $96,774
This grant would expand the CV Immigration Dignity Coalition’s rapid response line to refer callers to Jewish Family Services for mental health therapy and to Danza Azteca Citlaltonac’s for peer support. It will also support Get in Motion Entrepreneurs to raise awareness about mental health services available to immigrants.

Awarded first year at $20,000                              Review Score/Percentage: 76%

Grants Committee Recommendation: For the Board to approve $40,000 Immigration Services and $15,561 for Mental Health. This will require transferring $20,000 from the Mental Health allocation to the Immigration services.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

e. Loma Linda University (LLU) Children’s Hospital Foundation (Indio Clinic) Behavioral Health Services – Amount requested: $60,000
Loma Linda University Children’s Health (LLUCH) Indio clinic in seeks to provide behavioral health services to the underserved immigrant population of the Coachella Valley. A large number of those served are part of this population and would benefit from culturally sensitive behavioral health services.

First Time Applicant                             Reviewers Score Percentage: 43%

Grants Committee Recommendation: To rewrite and send back to Reviewers.

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

2. Alianza’s Community Justice through Restorative Justice PracticesRequested $25,000 The funding requested is for educating parents of students in CVUSD to become familiar with and understand Restorative Justice practices to support this model for better outcomes concerning their children. The request is an effort to obtain funding support to match $100,000 offered by donors to support Alianza’s programs.
Grants Manager will provide overview of budget status.

Amount requested: $25,000                                       Reviewers Score Percentage: 80.4

Grants Review Committee Recommendation: For the Board to approve $25,000

Motion:      Second:      Approved:      Opposed:      Abstention Name (s):

G. Grants Review Committee Structure – The Committee Structure needed to be changed to allow the non-RAP board committee members to vote on recommendations to the Board (Attach. #11).

Grants Review Committee Recommendation: For the Board to adopt the changes to modify Committee Structure to reflect the Committee’s desire to allow non-RAP board members to vote on action items.

Motion:     Second:     Approved:     Opposed:     Abstention Name (s):

VI. INFORMATIONAL ITEMSNo Action
A. BOARD ATTENDANCE FOR 2020 (Attach. #12).
B. EXECUTIVE–Met June 8. Minutes for May 11 (Attach. #13). Next meeting set for June 8.
C. HEALTH-MENTAL HEALTH – Next Mtg TBD.
D. GRANTS – Met June 8. Minutes for May 18 (Attach. #14). Will meet next July 13.
E. CNA– Met May 27. Minutes for April (Attach. #15). Next meeting June 24 at 11 am.
F. FACILITIES- Met May 27. Next meeting June 24.
G. GOVERNANCE – Next meeting TBD.
H. AUDIT – Next meeting in early Sept.
I. FINANCE & INVESTMENT – Met June 15. Next meeting July 13.

VII. BOARD MEMBER / STAFF COMMENTS

UCR’s Nonprofit Certificate Graduation on June 5 – Ten (10) Graduates

Board Support of Black Lives Matter

VIII. Closed Session – Personnel Employment Benefits

IX. ADJOURNMENT: Next meeting is September 23, 2020 at 9:00 AM. The Executive Committee will meet in July, if needed. Until further notice, all meetings will take place by web and/or teleconference.

Agenda Posting: Agendas will be posted on the Foundation website – www.rapfoundation.org – a minimum of 72 hours prior to the meeting date. All public record documents for matter on the open session of the Agenda are available for inspection upon request, three (3) days prior to the meeting date. If a public record document that relates to a matter on the open session of the Agenda is distributed less than 72 hours prior to the meeting date, the public record document shall be available for inspection, at the same time it is distributed, at the address listed above. Upon request, this agenda will be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with disabilities, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Details

Date:
June 24
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am