Learn how Tree San Diego, the Balboa Park Conservancy and other San Diego organizations are partnering to diversify and augment Balboa Park's urban forest.
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.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the availability of grant funding through the Opening the Outdoors Program.
Environmental advocates recently joined us and the Dolores Huerta Foundation at Weaving Movements: “Love For The Land” to discuss the importance of increasing access to nature and opening the outdoors to all communities.
Director of Environment Initiatives Nicola Hedge shares how Parks4Kids is helping to offer local youth opportunities to explore nature.
As we announce the 2016 grant projects, we take time to look back at the impact The San Diego Foundation Opening the Outdoors Program has had in San Diego.
The San Diego Foundation announced $400,300 in grants for 10 local programs that will connect, protect and increase access to green space and nature throughout the region.
As we celebrate Earth Day, let's also take stock of how our region plays a key role in protecting the planet for today and future generations. Learn about San Diego's local efforts that are leading the charge globally.
The San Diego Foundation today announced the availability of grant funding through the Opening the Outdoors program. The spring 2016 grant cycle will prioritize community-driven projects that develop or improve access to natural space throughout the San Diego region, particularly in park-poor and underserved communities.
Check out current grant opportunities and deadlines from our Opening the Outdoors Program, Blaker-Rose-Miah Fund, Ramona Community Foundation, La Jolla Community Foundation and Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation.