Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation President Debbie Kurth shares RBCF updates and spotlights grantee Voices for Children.
Built on a deep appreciation for the impact art can have on individuals and communities, the Fayman’s story is one that spans generations.
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.
At its Annual Grants Celebration, 4SCF leaders announced $19,250 in grant funding to four nonprofit organizations strengthening the health and well-being of youth in the community.
Funding from The San Diego Foundation’s donor-advised funds ensures programs like Mi Escuelita continue to expand and offer invaluable services to children and their families.
Chula Vista Charitable Foundation (CVCF), an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, marked its 9th year of giving by granting $50,000 to two nonprofit organizations combating hunger and homelessness within the community.
This year, CCF members dedicated their philanthropy to the well-being and connectivity of its book-end generations.
Learn more about the City of San Diego's action plan to enhance the quality of life for older adults and people of all ages.
Learn how the new library gives Mission Hills and Hillcrest residents a vibrant community space where they can gather, learn and engage with one another.
Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation awarded $83,000 to 20 different programs that benefit Rancho Bernardo at the 30th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon.