The San Diego movie premiere of Dolores about the life of Dolores Huerta gave the 87-year-old civil rights icon the recognition she has long deserved for her ongoing fight for racial and labor justice.
While the future role of arts in our communities remains uncertain, the "Building Community Through Art" event brought philanthropists, artists and thinkers together to unveil the power and value of art in our region.
transcenDANCE Co-Founder & Executive/Artistic Director Cat Corral shares how her organization brings together the arts, sciences, and humanities with youth development principles to build critical life skills in young San Diegans.
September is Hunger Awareness Month. Learn how local nonprofits are working to raise hunger awareness and find solutions for food waste in our region.
The goal of National Preparedness Month is to increase the overall number of individuals, families, and communities that engage in preparedness actions at home, work, business, school, and place of worship.
Learn how California's new climate legislation extends pollution restrictions and improves air quality at a community level and make's the state's approach to climate action more equitable.
Learn how 2017 Community Hero Anne Wilson of Community HousingWorks is helping to establish a blueprint for affordable housing success in San Diego.
President & CEO Kathlyn Mead discusses the Strong Families, Thriving Communities initiative and how community leaders are focused on helping families involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
In an interview with Wilson Kennedy, the City of San Diego Help to Others San Diego Program lead shares how H2O SD is helping low-income San Diegans pay their water bills and how everyone can support the program.
With the second quarter of 2017 behind us, let’s check out some of your favorite posts from the last three months. These articles were viewed most by you, our readers, and share valuable insight about San Diego philanthropy, generosity and impact.