In the 2016-2017 cycle of performances and events, Creative Catalyst fellows invite San Diegans to explore and engage with their projects. In the coming months, be sure to check out the following opportunities.
Learn how local organizations such as Age Friendly Communities grantee Serving Seniors are enhancing the quality of life for older adults by offering unique opportunities for San Diego's aging population.
Leaders from all sectors came together in Chula Vista to screen Jamie Redford’s Sundance-debuted film, Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope, which chronicles the promising beginnings of a national movement to prevent childhood trauma, treat toxic stress and improve the health of current and future generations.
In the second installment of our Science & Technology Spotlight Series, Oscar Torres shares in his own words how he has been positively impacted by the Science & Technology Program at San Diego Mesa College STEM Workshops.
Age Friendly Communities Manager Alejandra Sotelo-Solis shares how the RE'FLECT documentary series on KPBS brings a fresh and inspiring look to the topic of aging in San Diego County.
In this first-person story, learn how Gloria Diaz has been positively impacted by our Science & Technology Program and is a shining example as one of our future innovators and business leaders.
Environmental Initiatives Director Nicola Hedge shares why the 2017 Opening the Outdoors grant cycle is focused on nonprofit collaborations that better leverage local resources and expertise to protect, connect and increase access to nature.
Take a look back at 2016 to learn more about the award-winning social justice visionaries that the Center for Civic Engagement welcomed to San Diego to discuss social challenges and opportunities.
Learn how our Climate Program's recent round of grantmaking focused on water conservation is just the latest example of a region-wide effort to make San Diego more resilient to the impacts of climate change.
In the aftermath of the 2003 and 2007 wildfires, philanthropy enabled communities to rebuild and recover faster. Learn how the Regional Disaster Fund helps San Diegans stay prepared if a future disaster strikes.