In an effort to raise awareness about how stress and trauma impacts our communities, The Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement at The San Diego Foundation is partnering with the County of San Diego, South Bay Youth Coalition and other local organizations to host a special screening of Jamie Redford’s Sundance-debuted film Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope.
Escondido Charitable Foundation today announced its annual call for grant applications. In its 10th grant cycle, ECF invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit proposals that support programs investing in our youth.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the availability of grant funding through the Opening the Outdoors Program.
Katie Rast has joined The San Diego Foundation as Director of Community Impact. Rast will oversee Foundation programs focusing on priorities identified in Our Greater San Diego Vision and framed in WELL.
The San Diego Foundation today announced that hundreds of scholarship awards are available for San Diego students pursuing their dreams of higher education. The 2017-2018 Common Scholarship Application is available online now until February 1, 2017 at 2:00pm (PST).
Furthering the work of the report, “San Diego, 2050 Is Calling. HOW WILL WE ANSWER?” – a first-ever collaboration among community leaders and world-renowned scientists – the movie highlights efforts formaintaining San Diego’s regional quality of life by addressing the impacts of a changing climate on coastal flooding.
Today, The Foundation announced it awarded $410,522 in grants to eight innovative public-private partnerships and nonprofit programs focused on water resilience and developing smart cities prepared for the impacts of climate change in the San Diego region.
The San Diego Foundation, in partnership with The Del Mar Healthcare Fund at The San Diego Foundation, today announced the availability of grant funding through the Age Friendly Communities Program.
The Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation recently awarded $70,200 to local nonprofits and schools at the 27th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon to enhance civic engagement in the community of Rancho Bernardo.
The San Diego Foundation today announced 2016 was the most generous year of grantmaking in its 41-year history, with $58.5 million awarded to the nonprofit community. The San Diego Foundation maximizes the impact of charitable giving to enact positive social change in our region.