The San Diego Foundation released today two reports that demonstrate the continued challenges local working parents face in obtaining quality, affordable childcare in the region.
Learn how employers can be a part of the solution when it comes to innovative, equitable childcare for working families.
The San Diego Foundation announced today $300,000 in grant funding is available to local nonprofit organizations to support projects and programs providing mental, behavioral and related support services to children of all ages and their families.
Learn how we leveraged our COVID-19 partnerships to provide assistance to low-income families in 30 languages.
Learn about the total health and financial costs of Adverse Childhood Experiences.
The San Diego Foundation and the Dr. Seuss Foundation announced today a partnership to offer $1 million in grants to nonprofits supporting young children, ages 0 – 5, and their families in San Diego County.
Learn about the partnership that provides entrepreneurship training for immigrant and refugee businessowners.
ealthy, nutritious food is critical for people of all ages, but children in particular need proper nutrition to stay healthy and thrive. When good nutrition begins in early childhood, it can set the foundation for healthy eating habits and knowledge.
As a local employer and nonprofit with over 300 employees, SAY San Diego is ready to serve as a guide and partner to employers seeking to design, set up and operate on-site childcare.
Creating a positive educational environment requires professionals trained in trauma-informed care. Fortunately, there are organizations supporting programs and providing the funding to ensure trauma-informed care is available.