The San Diego Foundation today announced it awarded $77.8 million to nonprofit organizations in Fiscal Year 2020, the most ever granted by The Foundation and its donors in a single year.
Joy is one of the greatest, mutual benefits of philanthropy. That joy was on full display at our 2019 Annual Meeting held on September 17 at The Conrad in La Jolla.
The latest Nonprofit Institute State of Nonprofits & Philanthropy report details how San Diego is a leading driver for nationwide growth in giving.
At our 2018 Annual Meeting, more than 250 philanthropists and community partners celebrated the longstanding impact philanthropy continues to have in San Diego.
The San Diego region is known as one of the most generous communities nationwide. Explore the numbers behind San Diego philanthropy to learn why it was most recently named America's Most Charitable City.
The Foundation today announced it granted $50.9 million to the nonprofit community in Fiscal Year 2017. The milestone was celebrated on October 19 by more than 250 philanthropists and community leaders at The San Diego Foundation 2017 Annual Meeting.
The San Diego Foundation today announced 2016 was the most generous year of grantmaking in its 41-year history, with $58.5 million awarded to the nonprofit community. The San Diego Foundation maximizes the impact of charitable giving to enact positive social change in our region.
President and CEO Kathlyn Mead discusses reaching $1 billion in grantmaking together in 2016 and the different roles you can play to help us get there.
Learn how we're building a movement for positive change in our 2015 Annual Report. Together, let's #FundTheFutureSD and celebrate $1 billion in community giving this year.