Since 1973, the J.A. and Flossie Mae Smith Scholarship Fund has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships.
After losing her 6-year-old son in a tragic auto accident, Elene Bratton decided to keep her son Jamie's legacy alive by giving back to her community to further his message of joy, love, connection and peace.
Learn how philanthropy, community and faith play an overlapping role for San Diego philanthropists Shauna and Phil Schneider.
Learn how Alicia Gwynn, local businesswoman and wife of the late Hall of Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn, has been making an impact in the San Diego community for San Diego youth.
Learn how a serendipitous news assignment turned former reporter Steve Puterski into an active philanthropist in Carlsbad.
Lisa Ruder shares the personal and philanthropic benefits of being a Regional Affiliate member and describes how the Escondido Charitable Foundation strengthens the community.
This African American History Month, we celebrate Peasy for his efforts to help San Diego youth attain their higher education goals. With community leaders like him, San Diego is a place where all generations have the opportunity to thrive.
Learn how Janie DeCelles' close relationship with her aunt, Hattie Ettinger, inspired Janie's passion for the environment and for giving back to her community.
Learn how Oceanside's Masako Kimura Streling overcame childhood hardships in Japan and lives out the Samurai Bushido code in her willingness to give back to her community.
Thanks to Samuel L. Blasker’s vision, and The Foundation’s stewardship of his legacy gift, the San Diego region continues to stay at the top of scientific growth and innovation.