The most recent Resilience screening provided North County community members with the opportunity to hear from local leaders and speak with organizations currently working to address the challenges of Adverse Childhood Events.
With grant funding through The San Diego Foundation, learn how the U.S. Green Building Council is working with local officials, developers and the business sector to ensure future buildings are designed with water efficiency in mind.
The fourth installment in the Community Heroes event series sparked dialogue about environmental resilience and equity, while honoring local hero Diane Takvorian, a leader in San Diego’s social and environmental justice movement for over 30 years.
Over 200 community leaders, nonprofit organizations and government staff filled the room at the Town & Country Conference Center on November 8 to learn more about age friendly communities at the Developing a Dynamic Community for the 21st Century sessions.
On the 10th anniversary of the 2007 Witch Creek wildfires in San Diego, The San Diego Foundation President & CEO Kathlyn Mead invited two guests to share their inspiring stories about disaster preparedness, recovery and relief.
Get outside for Black Friday and learn more about how The Foundation is helping to increase access to the outdoors.
Learn how philanthropists and community foundations have continued to step up recovery efforts for communities around the world that have been impacted by earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires.
Learn why City Heights attorney Elizabeth Lopez, executive director and founder of the Southern California Immigration Project, was honored as the 2017 KPBS Community Hero for her work in Immigration.
With the third 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.
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.