Of the more than 50 applications received, the 2020 RMCCF College Scholarship recipients are:
Alejandro Palomares – Desert Mirage High School
Daniela Castillo – Cathedral City High School
Isabela Carmela Tan – Martin Luther King High School
Jadyn Gomberg – Santiago High School
Kanika Shandel – Cathedral City High School
Karen Ma – Eleanor Roosevelt High School
Linda Le – Eleanor Roosevelt High School
Natalie Lopez Galindo – Cathedral City High School
Samantha Garcia – Palm Desert High School
Yamileth Sanchez – Rubidoux High School
Congratulations to all the 2020 RMCCF College Scholarship Recipients!
RMCCF also offers The Founders Scholarship, honoring the 19 doctors that founded RMCCF. This fund provides recognition and financial support to students currently in the health care field.
In addition, RMCCF offers a Community Impact Scholarship that assists the clinic’s community members in helping improve their daily lives and wellbeing. This fund, awarded quarterly, is intended to assist those with special circumstances.
For more than 35 years, the Riverside Medical Clinic Foundation has pursued a mission of providing health education. RMCCF offers monthly support groups for chronic diseases and other conditions, including Alzheimer’s, prostate cancer, brain injury and stroke, and endometriosis. In addition, RMCCF presents an annual, health-based education series and, with its community partners, works to provide innovative programs focused on preventing bullying and childhood health and wellness.
In 2014, the Anti-Bullying Institute was introduced to offer hands-on programs designed to empower children, parents, schools, and youth organization personnel to effectively deal with the issue of bullying. In 2019, RMCCF introduced Traveling Triplets, its therapeutic doll memory care program for dementia patients.
To apply for one of these scholarships or donate to the scholarship fund, visit RMCcharity.org.