Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF) Board Chair Jacquie Skay shares an exciting update about the Escondido Giving Arch and highlights grantee Encuentros Leadership.
Our Grants Committee members are currently making site visits to applicants for the 2019 grant cycle focusing on enhancing Escondido through programs, activities and/or events that create connections, increasing community engagement to build a stronger community.
Escondido Charitable Foundation Board Chair Jacqueline Skay shares the latest for ECF members and residents in the Escondido community during the holiday season.
Learn how Bob Wilson, longtime donor with the Escondido Charitable Foundation and The San Diego Foundation, brought some positivity to individuals whose lives were impacted by the Camp Fire.
Escondido Charitable Foundation today announced a call for Letters of Intent for its 13th annual grant cycle focused on community engagement.
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.
Escondido Charitable Foundation awarded $183,910 in funding at its 12th Annual Grants Celebration on September 27 to six nonprofit programs.
In its 12th grant cycle, Escondido Charitable Foundation invites nonprofit organizations and agencies to submit proposals for programs that enhance Escondido through interactive, publicly-accessible arts and cultural experiences.
Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF) awarded $231,016 in funding at its 11th Annual Grants Celebration to eight nonprofit organizations supporting youth education and development, and an anonymous donor contributed $1 million to ECF for future grantmaking.