The Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement at The San Diego Foundation is hosting Clearing the Air: Addressing the Health Impacts of Air Quality in San Diego, to increase dialogue about the effects of poor air quality on the region’s children, families and local economy.
4SRanch~Del Sur Community Foundation announced $25,000 in grants that will strengthen the health and well-being of children and older adults in the 4S Ranch and Del Sur communities.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation (CVCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, today announced $55,000 in grants that will help strengthen the regional economy by providing job training and workforce development resources to Chula Vistans of all ages and backgrounds.
Oceanside Charitable Foundation today announced $63,300 in grants that will increase support for underserved residents in the community and provide more opportunities for youth and families to thrive.
The San Diego Foundation today announced $130,000 in additional grant funding for programs that enhance the quality of life of older adults and create a region where older adults can age in their communities, live affordably, and be socially and civically engaged.
Carlsbad Charitable Foundation marked its 11th year of giving and awarded grants to three nonprofit organizations with programs that will help combat poverty and homelessness within the Carlsbad region.
The San Diego Foundation today announced $100,000 in grants for five local artists and projects that will grow the creative economy, advance artist careers and strengthen community engagement by increasing opportunities for San Diegans to experience arts and culture.
In its 7th year of grantmaking, Ramona Community Foundation invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit proposals that demonstrate the power to build a more vibrant Ramona community.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the Community Scholars Initiative, a pilot project that will help as many as 300 more low-income and first-generation students prepare for, pay for and persist through college over the next two years.
Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation today announced its annual call for grant applications.