The San Diego Women’s Foundation (SDWF) will award $243,000 in new grant funding to five nonprofits working to combat human trafficking in San Diego County.
Our “Philanthropy Roundup” posts highlight stories – at the local and national level – that are valuable to our readers and will keep you up to date in the world of philanthropy.
The grants were announced at the Annual 4SCF Grants Celebration at The Ranch House at Del Sur on May 9.
Philanthropists with The Foundation belong to one of the largest networks of donors in the region and on April 30 we were honored to host nearly 200 of these generous San Diegans at our annual Donor & Legacy League Appreciation Luncheon.
The work and impact of San Diego nonprofits is important to advance a vibrant quality of life in the San Diego region. To support your efforts, we’re sharing valuable information every month about upcoming workshops, events, fundraising opportunities and resources with your organization.
According to the non-partisan California Budget and Policy Center, the cost of higher education within the California State University system has increased 1300% over the past four decades.
Oceanside Charitable Foundation (OCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, marked its 11th year of giving by granting $65,000 to three nonprofits investing in youth development in the community.
Carlsbad Charitable Foundation (CCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, marked its 12th year of giving by granting $73,000 to four nonprofit organizations with programs that will strengthen community engagement among youth and seniors in the Carlsbad region.
The Carlsbad Charitable Foundation granted $73,000 to four nonprofit organizations with programs that will strengthen community engagement among youth and seniors in the Carlsbad region.
In this article, you will learn more about the profound impact of one of our recent grants, as well as two new members, John Moot and Becky Cortez.