Learn about the challenges minority groups face when it comes to financial well-being.
Learn about how contracting COVID-19 affected students' food insecurity and mental health.
During the 2021 Giving Season, more than 1,000 San Diego Foundation donor-advised fundholders awarded more than $27 million in grants to their favorite nonprofits and causes.
Learn how the four most common types of child abuse are contributing to a national health crisis.
Traumatic events in childhood have can lead to chronic health problems, mental health issues and substance abuse later in life.
Financial literacy is important knowledge for anyone to have. It lays the foundation of our relationship with money and fosters lifelong financial skills, including budgeting, investing and money management.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light inequities in housing, justice, job opportunities and finance, and reopened a discussion on the disparities that exist across different communities. Health equity is especially relevant because its implications include economic and health care costs, and quality and duration of life.
Learn about the importance of public-private partnerships and how they've supported nonprofit organizations across the San Diego region.
Learn more about how college students have been disproportionately impacted for years because of their limited access to mental health resources.
Learn about the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in nonprofit organizations.