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. Check out the articles below.
Each month, TSDF shares information and resources for local nonprofits. Included this month are grant opportunities for Chula Vista, the arts, and more.
Kids can have a hoot with owls or grab a selfie in a space suit this month through the San Diego Museum Council's Kids Free in October promotion.
Built on a deep appreciation for the impact art can have on individuals and communities, the Fayman’s story is one that spans generations.
In the past year alone, the 2018-19 Creative Catalyst performances and installations brought 1,877 attendees together through 42 public engagements throughout San Diego County.
At its 12th Annual Grants Celebration, ECF awarded $183,910 to six nonprofit programs that will enhance Escondido through interactive, publicly-accessible arts and cultural experiences.
During Arts & Humanities Month, it’s important to understand that the arts serve as a powerful tool and provide benefits for San Diegans to explore new ideas and engage with one another.
Meet 2018 Creative Catalyst artist Maxx Moses and learn about his passion for the arts and civic engagement and what he hopes to achieve through his Creative Catalyst project.
Meet 2018 Creative Catalyst artist Matt Morrow and learn about his passion for the arts and civic engagement and what he hopes to achieve through his Creative Catalyst project.