The Chula Vista Charitable Foundation (CVCF) recently granted $50,000 to two organizations leading the charge against homelessness in the region – New GateWay Solutions and Feeding San Diego.
President & CEO Mark Stuart shares the charitable impact of Regional Affiliates.
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.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation board chair Lisa Moctezuma shares 2019 CVCF updates and spotlights member Stephen Ablahad and grantee San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservancy.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation today announced a call for grant applications from nonprofit organizations inviting organizations and agencies to submit proposals for human services programs that address needs in Chula Vista.
Through collective giving, learn how CVCF members are leveraging philanthropy to strengthen economic development in their neighborhood.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation (CVCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, today announced $55,000 in grants that will help strengthen the regional economy by providing job training and workforce development resources to Chula Vistans of all ages and backgrounds.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation announced its permanent endowment fund has surpassed $500,000, amounting to approximately $750,000 worth of impact in Chula Vista since inception.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation announced a call for Letters of Intent from nonprofit organizations. In its 8th grant cycle, CVCF invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit a letter of intent for programs that strengthen the Chula Vista community through workforce development and job training.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation announced its annual call for grant applications. In its 7th grant cycle, CVCF invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit project proposals that support the physical or mental well-being and educational development of children and youth within Chula Vista.