top of page
GreenIE-MainImageSlide4.jpg

Catalyst Fund

In 2021, Governor Newsom launched the $600 million Regional Investment Initiative to create quality jobs and bolster California's resilience to climate and global challenges.

Thrive Inland SoCal received $14 million in Catalyst Funding, $9 million of which goes to our region, learn the process to access the funding here.

How to Get Involved with Thrive

Meetings

The full IE Jobs First Collaborative meets every other Friday at 11am on Zoom (see calendar for schedule).

 

 

Interested in signing up to be part of a committee, equity council, or sub-regional table?

MEETING

MEETINGS

COMMITTEES

Thrive Inland SoCal consists of five Committees, six Sub-regional Tables, and an Equity Council, and any resident of the region is welcome to join any (or many!) of these groups.

Governance-Icon.png

GOVERNANCE

ProjectsSectors-Icon.png

PROJECTS & SECTORS

DataAccountability-Icon.png

DATA

OutreachEngagement-Icon.png

BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS OUTREACH

MediaComms-Icon.png

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, ARTS AND CULTURE

Equity Council

EQUITY COUNCIL

The Equity Council will focus on a range of topics as they relate to the above responsibilities, including but not limited to youth, Native American tribes or tribal organizations, workers, women, racial and social justice, environmental justice, and justice reform.

The Equity Council meets every other Friday 12-1pm, sometimes on Zoom and sometimes in person (with a hybrid option).See calendar for schedule.

Sub-Regional Table

SUB-REGIONAL TABLES

1

Greater San Bernardino

Fontana, Rialto, Colton,

San Bernardino, Redlands, Highland, Loma Linda, Big Bear and Yucaipa

2

High Desert and Mountain Communities

Adelanto, Victorville, Hesperia, Barstow, Apple Valley and Needles

3

Western San Bernardino County

Chino Hills, Chino, Ontario, Upland, Montclair, and

Rancho Cucamonga

4

Greater Riverside

Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Norco, Corona, Riverside, Perris,

Moreno Valley, Beaumont, Banning, San Jacinto, and Hemet

5

Coachella Valley and
Morongo Basin

Yucca Valley, 29 Palms,

Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indio, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Blythe, and Coachella

6

Southwest Riverside County

Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Menifee, Wildomar, Murrieta, and Temecula

subregionaltables-map.jpg

The Sub-Regional Tables will each consist of a table chair and a “backbone” organization responsible for engaging with potential stakeholders and convening inclusive meetings.

The chair of each Sub-Regional Table will be a voting member of the Inclusive Planning Council and tasked with reporting and advocacy for their sub-region to the IE High Road Transition Collaborative (IE HRTC) as a whole.

The Sub-Regional Tables will each consist of a table chair and a “backbone” organization responsible for engaging with potential stakeholders and convening inclusive meetings.

The sub-regional backbone organizations chosen through a public application process are: 

 

The chair of each Sub-Regional Table will be a voting member of the Inclusive Planning Council and tasked with reporting and advocacy for their sub-region to Thrive Inland SoCal as a whole. 

bottom of page