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.
Mission Edge today announced the launch of its 2018 Social Enterprise Accelerator and Impact Lab (SAIL), designed to empower nonprofit organizations and purpose-driven businesses to develop and grow sustainable, revenue-based business models that align with their social missions.
The Clinton Foundation, The San Diego Foundation, and the County of San Diego convened key thought leaders and local stakeholders to launch a detailed plan to improve the health and well-being of children and families in the San Diego region.
The STEAM Leadership Series, sponsored by The San Diego Foundation and other local partners, will host an event, “Women in Biotech,” for 300 female high school students from schools in San Diego to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) experiences from female business leaders who have achieved success locally and nationally.
On Monday, March 12, the Clinton Foundation, The San Diego Foundation, and County of San Diego will convene key thought leaders and local stakeholders to launch a detailed plan to improve the health and well-being of children and families in the San Diego region.
The San Diego Foundation today announced Brian Zumbano has been hired as Vice President of Development and Stewardship.
The 2018 Opening the Outdoors grant cycle will prioritize nonprofit projects that protect and connect outdoor spaces and improve access to nature, especially for the San Diego region’s most park-poor and underserved communities.
The San Diego Foundation announced $632,934 in grants for 10 programs that strengthen San Diego’s innovation economy by creating more opportunities for students, particularly from underserved communities, pursuing STEM opportunities.