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Serving Bullhead City, Ft. Mohave, Golden Valley, Golden Shores, & Mohave Valley, Arizona; Laughlin, Nevada and Needles, California
Our Mission Statement
"The mission of River Fund, Inc., is to assist the local communities of Laughlin, Nevada, Bullhead City, Ft. Mohave and Mohave Valley, Arizona, with programs and services that result in positive outcomes from unexpected hardships"
Spirit of the Colorado River Award &
Community Service Organization of the Year
River Fund, Inc. is a local non-profit agency providing direct emergency and crisis services for individuals and families in Bullhead City, Ft. Mohave, Golden Shores, Golden Valley and Mohave Valley, Arizona and Laughlin, Nevada. As an alternative, donors have the option to designate their contributions directly to a local non-profit organization of their choice. The River Fund also provides grant funding opportunities to other non-profit organizations in the region, thereby expanding the nature and scope of available services to those in need. Designated contributions and River Fund Grants are not necessarily limited to those service areas specific to individual and family crisis services.
The River Fund, Inc. is a relatively young organization, receiving its non-profit 501(C)(3) status on July 23rd, 2010. Through September 30, 2017, River Fund has impacted more than 49,500 lives with grants to organizations, direct emergency crisis and hardship assistance totaling $1,869,107.49 since opening its doors a little over seven years ago.
The primary underlying need for assistance can be attributed to calls for energy assistance. Other basic needs such as rent money, food, temporary shelter, medical and pharmaceutical needs, vehicle repairs, pre-employment work card, identification documentation, and similar issues result in a large number of requests as well. Major issues such as homelessness, domestic violence and veterans assistance are now a growing concern and are a top priority at River Fund. Contributions to River Fund, Inc. enable us to provide many services and assistance to our local residents in their time of need. A Board of Directors consisting of fifteen volunteers from the business communities on both sides of the Colorado River, two year round staff members and two seasonal staff members, five volunteer office aides and one volunteer bookkeeper provide the leadership and operational services. However, the "River Givers" are the true heros that make it all possible.
"River Givers" include everyone that chooses to participate as a donor, either through payroll deduction at their place of employment or those that choose to make a one-time or annual contribution.