Our Resources Page is intended as a guide to help you and your organization fill out the required forms needed to apply for a grant.

We also want to provide additional information that will be helpful in your organization’s success.


The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Strategic Philanthropy Team hosts an ongoing series of webinars open to nonprofits looking to strengthen their mission. Webinars are provided at no cost and cover various topics.


10/28/21: The Caravanserai Project Webinar Series: Fulfilling a Grant’s Terms & Next Steps | Download: The Caravanserai Project Webinar

8/10/21: Do’s and Don’ts of Grant Proposal Writing | Download: Proposal Writing Tips 8.10.21

6/15/21: Connect, Communicate, Cultivate: 8 Steps for Cultivating Relationships with Donors (Part 2) | Download: Part 2

6/8/21: Connect, Communicate, Cultivate: 8 Steps for Cultivating Relationships with Donors (Part 1) | Download: Part 1

5/12/21: Panel Discussion COVID-19 a Year Later: Challenges, Accomplishments, and a Look Ahead

4/13/21: Fundraising Planning: Part 2 | Download: Presentation, Handout, Exercise

4/6/21: Fundraising Planning: Part 1 | Download: Presentation, Handout, Exercise

Missed an event? Access past webinars in the series.

Helpful Profiles for Nonprofits

Reach a different audience. Potential Funders often look at sites like Guidestar and Candid to fund nonprofits and their year-round efforts. Create and maintain your profile so you do not miss out on additional funding.

Tools to Create a Successful Funding Proposal

Build a stronger funding proposal using tips and tools found at the links below:

Help Donors Find You

Donors are always looking to support nonprofits bettering their own communities through philanthropic endeavors like yours. Access donor directories using these helpful links:

Understanding the Inland Empire

The Inland Empire is a diverse region within the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside. Four million people call the area home, including several nonprofit organizations working with residents facing crisis within their homes, health or other categories.

Understanding Indian Country

Indian Country is home to self-governing Native American communities across the United States. Learn more by accessing the following resources: