5 Most Popular Blog Posts of Q3 2017

Strong Families, Thriving Communities convening
At a recent Strong Families, Thriving Communities convening, community leaders discussed helping families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

With the third quarter of 2017 behind us, let’s check out some of your favorite posts from the last three months. These articles were viewed most by you, our readers, and share valuable insight about San Diego philanthropy, generosity and impact.

5 Most Popular Blog Posts

H2O SD Program Helps Low-Income San Diegans Pay Their Water Bills

Wilson Kennedy, City of San Diego Help to Others San Diego (H2O SD) Program
As the lead for the City of San Diego Help to Others San Diego (H2O SD) Program, Wilson Kennedy is finding ways to help low-income San Diegans keep water flowing in their homes. Photo Credit: Zaria Kennedy.

In an interview with Wilson Kennedy, the City of San Diego Help to Others San Diego Program lead shares how H2O SD is helping low-income San Diegans pay their water bills and how everyone can support the program.


Shauna & Phil Schneider Blend Faith, Community and Philanthropy

Shaun and Phil Schneider
Shauna Schenider and her husband, Phil, challenge their friends and fellow philanthropists to be more intentional about recognizing poverty and other challenges that exist in the region.

Learn how philanthropy, community and faith play an overlapping role for San Diego philanthropists Shauna and Phil Schneider.


The Value of Social Enterprise – An Interview with Mission Edge

Social Enterprise Strategies
This summer, The San Diego Foundation and Mission Edge are launching the San Diego Accelerator and Impact Lab (SAIL) to help nonprofits in the region learn how to build social enterprise strategies.

Learn why The San Diego Foundation and Mission Edge are partnering to help nonprofits in the San Diego region learn how to build social enterprise strategies and maximize their impact.


Elevating the Challenges Facing San Diego Housing

Anne Wilson Community Heroes
Anne Wilson, our 2017 Community Hero, is senior vice president of housing and real estate development for Community HousingWorks, a nonprofit responsible for creating or renovating close to 3,000 affordable housing units in the region.

Learn how 2017 Community Hero Anne Wilson of Community HousingWorks is helping to establish a blueprint for affordable housing success in San Diego.


Strong Families, Thriving Communities (by President & CEO Kathlyn Mead)

Strong Families, Thriving Communities Convening
(Left to right) The San Diego Foundation President & CEO Kathlyn Mead, Clinton Health Matters Initiative CEO Gillian Sealy and Director & Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for the County of San Diego Nick Macchione speak at the San Diego Community Forum on Health and Welfare.

President & CEO Kathlyn Mead discusses the Strong Families, Thriving Communities initiative and how community leaders are focused on helping families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

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