Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation awarded grants to 21 nonprofit programs demonstrating the power to build a more vibrant and civically engaged Rancho Bernardo community.
Occurring on November 28, 2017, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the generosity of San Diegans and others around the world.
Oceanside Charitable Foundation announced its annual call for grant applications, inviting nonprofits and agencies to submit proposals for programs where individuals and organizations come together to develop the Oceanside community they envision.
4SRanch~Del Sur Community Foundation announced its annual call for grant applications, inviting nonprofits and agencies to submit proposals for programs that address the health and well-being of individuals, families and neighborhoods in the 4SRanch and Del Sur communities.
Carlsbad Charitable Foundation announced its annual call for grant applications, inviting nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit proposals for projects that provide health and human services with an emphasis on stopping the cycle of poverty and homelessness for individuals, youth and families in Carlsbad.
The Mission Edge SAIL Pitch Night highlighted the social enterprise ideas of seven nonprofit organizations, all of whom created cutting-edge, sustainable, revenue-based business models in alignment with their social missions.
The Foundation today announced it granted $50.9 million to the nonprofit community in Fiscal Year 2017. The milestone was celebrated on October 19 by more than 250 philanthropists and community leaders at The San Diego Foundation 2017 Annual Meeting.
SAIL, powered by Mission Edge, is a 10-week experience designed to empower nonprofit organizations and social businesses to develop and grow sustainable revenue-based business models in alignment with their social missions.
Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF) awarded $231,016 in funding at its 11th Annual Grants Celebration to eight nonprofit organizations supporting youth education and development, and an anonymous donor contributed $1 million to ECF for future grantmaking.
Strong majorities of San Diego voters support greater investments in programs that benefit California’s youngest children and would favor a candidate for governor who pledges to create a system of high-quality, publicly funded childcare and preschool programs.