The 2018 Opening the Outdoors grant cycle will prioritize nonprofit projects that protect and connect outdoor spaces and improve access to nature, especially for the San Diego region’s most park-poor and underserved communities.
The San Diego Foundation announced $632,934 in grants for 10 programs that strengthen San Diego’s innovation economy by creating more opportunities for students, particularly from underserved communities, pursuing STEM opportunities.
Carlsbad Charitable Foundation Board Chair Catherine Magaña shares the latest for CCF members and residents in the Carlsbad community heading into the holiday season.
Recently honored by the Ramona Chamber of Commerce with the 2017 Nonprofit of the Year award, the Ramona Community Foundation has granted more than $190,000 to advance quality of life in Ramona.
Oceanside Charitable Foundation announced its annual call for grant applications, inviting nonprofits and agencies to submit proposals for programs where individuals and organizations come together to develop the Oceanside community they envision.
More than 200 Escondido Charitable Foundation (ECF) members, community leaders and residents came together last month at Orfila Winery to celebrate over a decade of giving in the community.
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.
Learn how Oceanside Charitable Foundation grantee Just in Time for Foster Youth is helping former foster youth achieve self-sufficiency and well-being.
Learn more about The Foundation's 2017 Opening the Outdoors grants to nonprofit organizations working to protect, connect and increase access to green space and nature for San Diegans.
LJCF believes in the importance of investing in La Jolla. At its Annual Grants Celebration, LJCF members gathered to celebrate $40,000 in grants to 3 nonprofits serving the La Jolla community.