A former gang member, Community Hero Bishop Cornelius Bowser uses his life experiences to help individuals caught up in the same gang activity he engaged in years ago.
During Arts & Humanities Month, it’s important to understand that the arts serve as a powerful tool and provide benefits for San Diegans to explore new ideas and engage with one another.
Director of Environment Initiatives Nicola Hedge shares how our region is meeting urgent climate challenges and what more San Diego can do.
2-1-1 San Diego, in partnership with The Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement at The San Diego Foundation, launched the 2-1-1 Data Dashboard and Community Information Exchange.
Women’s Equality Day serves as an opportunity to look back and honor suffragists as we celebrate the 98th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
At The San Diego Foundation, our team is filled with avid book readers. In celebration of Book Lovers Day, we asked team members: What is your favorite book?
Executive Director of the San Diego Women’s Foundation Katie Sawyer discusses why SDWF's next grants cycle will fund programs to combat human trafficking in San Diego County.
San Diegans joined the Center for Civic Engagement for a community conversation about San Diego’s declining air quality with health and environmental experts.
Community members and local leaders came together to discuss civility in politics with KPBS Community Hero, Imam Taha Hassane, Director of the Islamic Center of San Diego.
In honor of Pride Month, learn about San Diego organizations that devote their missions to local LGBT communities throughout the year.