On November 13, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies will host 300 female students from San Diego high schools as part of the 5th Annual Women in Biotech event, “The Places Your Imagination Takes You,” an initiative led by the STEAM Leadership Series.
This month's Nonprofit Update includes numerous local grant opportunities from The San Diego Foundation's regional affiliates.
On October 8, 2019, the City of La Mesa became the latest municipality to rollout an age-friendly action plan to promote programs and policies that will strengthen the quality of life for older adults in the community.
Each month, TSDF shares information and resources for local nonprofits. Included this month are grant opportunities for Chula Vista, the arts, and more.
For eight years, philanthropists from Ramona have been coming together to produce positive change in the community through charitable giving.
Kids can have a hoot with owls or grab a selfie in a space suit this month through the San Diego Museum Council's Kids Free in October promotion.
Six years ago, Buki came to the U.S. from Nigeria and shortly after became engulfed in a human trafficking scheme in which she was forced to perform as a singer without pay. For an entire year, Buki and her four children were at the mercy of her trafficker and were left with no support or hope of escape.
Joy is one of the greatest, mutual benefits of philanthropy. That joy was on full display at our 2019 Annual Meeting held on September 17 at The Conrad in La Jolla.
Each month, TSDF shares valuable information about upcoming workshops, events, fundraising opportunities and resources with regional organizations.