Meet a young changemaker who is helping improve the juvenile justice system in San Diego.
On April 16, The San Diego Foundation hosted an event focused on the topic of early childhood education and development to increase dialogue around what San Diegans can do to strengthen opportunities for local children and families.
As part of its national Thrive Outside Community initiative, the Outdoor Foundation has awarded a multi-year grant of $410,000 to The San Diego Foundation and a network of regional partners to support capacity building that will strengthen local partnerships, as well as create repeat and reinforcing positive outdoor experiences for youth and families.
Learn more about the City of San Diego's action plan to enhance the quality of life for older adults and people of all ages.
At the latest Community Heroes event, Nico Marcolongo was honored for his commitment to strengthening the mental and physical well-being of veterans.
Chelsea Clinton visited San Diego to help launch a new trauma-informed care “Code of Conduct” as part of the Strong Families, Thriving Communities initiative. Learn how this program aims to improve the lives of children and families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
Learn how 2018 Opening the Outdoors grant recipient Casa Familiar is increasing access to green space and developing the next generation of environmental stewards in San Ysidro.
Learn how The San Diego Foundation supports the regional innovation economy through STEM advancement.
Just in Time for Foster Youth executive director Don Wells shares the importance of the Strong Families, Thriving Communities mentorship workgroup for young people in San Diego.
In the days following the 2017 Lilac Fire, more than 200 local companies and individuals generously contributed $426,000 to the San Diego Regional Disaster Fund in support of fire recovery and rebuilding.