Learn how our Opening the Outdoors Program has furthered investment in the regional environment by granting $558,000 to nonprofits with programs and initiatives that connect, protect and increase access to nature throughout the County.
The San Diego Foundation announced $558,000 in grants for 12 programs that will connect, protect and increase access to nature, especially for San Diegans in underserved and park-poor communities.
Through The San Diego Foundation Opening the Outdoors Program, we are honored to partner with impactful nonprofit organizations regionwide to help bridge the environmental access gap.
As Earth Day approaches Sunday, April 22, we’re reminded that the outdoors plays a significant role in our lives in San Diego. How will you get outside to celebrate San Diego's outdoors?
The 2018 Opening the Outdoors grant cycle will prioritize nonprofit projects that protect and connect outdoor spaces and improve access to nature, especially for the San Diego region’s most park-poor and underserved communities.
Get outside for Black Friday and learn more about how The Foundation is helping to increase access to the outdoors.
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.
The Foundation announced $442,000 in grants for 11 local programs that will connect, protect and increase access to nature for underserved children and families throughout the San Diego region.
Learn more about The Foundation's 2017 Opening the Outdoors grants to nonprofit organizations working to protect, connect and increase access to green space and nature for San Diegans.
Find out how San Diego Canyonlands used grant funding from The San Diego Foundation Opening the Outdoors Program to improve environmental access for thousands of San Diegans in City Heights.