The San Diego Foundation today awarded $252,000 in grants to 11 nonprofit programs in San Diego County that will prevent abuse, provide mental and behavioral health services, support early interventions, address trauma and increase health equity for young children, ages 0 – 5, and their families.
San Diego Unified School District, The San Diego Foundation, and more than 70 local nonprofits began serving approximately 30,000 students today – a 1,500% increase over a typical summer – who enrolled in Level Up SD, a Summer of Learning and Joy.
The San Diego Foundation announced today the launch of a multi-million-dollar strategic plan that will dedicate discretionary funding and fundraising to advancing racial and social justice, fostering equity of opportunity and building resilient communities for the next five years.
The 4SRanch-Del Sur Community Foundation (4SCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded $25,000 to three nonprofit programs to support in their COVID-19 recovery and relief efforts for 4S Ranch and Del Sur youth.
San Diego Unified School District and The San Diego Foundation today introduced more than 65 nonprofits that will help deliver the Level Up SD program to tens of thousands of San Diego Unified students with free access to in-person morning classroom instruction and afternoon summer activities.
Starting Wednesday (May 26) parents can register San Diego Unified students for teacher-led instruction and summer activities offered by more than 65 local nonprofits at www.levelupsandiego.org. All instruction and activities are FREE.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the first round of $3.2 million in grants to 40 local nonprofit organizations that will help deliver the Level Up SD program to thousands of San Diego Unified students with free access to afternoon summer enrichment.
The Chula Vista Community Foundation, (CVCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded $100,000 to four nonprofit programs that are supporting COVID-19 pandemic recovery and relief efforts for Chula Vista residents, including relief for people facing food insecurity, former foster youth and small business owners.
Oceanside Community Foundation (OCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded $80,000 to six nonprofit organizations with programs that support and promote diversity and inclusion for Oceanside students.
The Carlsbad Charitable Foundation (CCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded $116,396 to six nonprofit programs that are supporting many aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic for Carlsbad residents, such as food security, homelessness, education and childcare.