Childcare

Child Development Associates, Inc.$50,000 for support and food assistance to first responders, essential employees and low-income workers


Logan Heights Community Development Corporation – $27,000 to support for preschool operation and expansion


YMCA of San Diego County – $1,000,000 to provide summer camp, childcare and camp scholarships for low-income children and families


YMCA of San Diego County of Child Care Resource Service – $50,000 for support and food assistance to first responders, essential employees and low-income workers

Digital Divide

Barrio Logan College Institute – $24,000 to provide computers and internet access to students & staff to continue classwork


Computers 2 Kids, San Diego – $175,000 for laptops, tablets and other technology for students


Parent Institute for Quality Education – $100,000 to provide multi-lingual, digital educational resources for children and families


Reality Changers$75,000 for to provide funding for virtual college readiness curriculum and tutoring


San Diego County Community College District Consortium (via San Diego Community College District) – $500,000 for laptops and tablets for use by economically disadvantaged students


San Diego Futures Foundation – $50,000 to supply computers to low-income students


San Diego Public Library Foundation – $20,000 for online programming, resources and e‐books for children and teens


San Diego Unified School District – $700,000 to provide hotspots and internet connectivity for 3,000+ low-income students and their families

Financial Assistance

Access Youth Academy – $25,000 to provide flexible resources for low-income students and their families


The Alabaster Jar Project – $5,000 to support services for survivors of human trafficking


Alliance for African Assistance – $20,000 for consultation, support and/or assistance with utility bills


Alliance San Diego – $50,000 for flexible resources for immigrants ineligible for government relief programs


Alpha Project for the Homeless$100,000 for emergency assistance with rapid rehousing and supportive housing


American Red Cross – $60,000 for disaster relief and blood supply assistance for local hospitals


Amigas Punto Com – $5,000 to support Hispanic women, youth and families overcoming domestic violence


Asian Business Association of San Diego$25,000 for flexible resources to provide assistance to small businesses


Big Sister League of San Diego – $15,000 to provide flexible resources for safety, food, and trauma-informed care for women in residential facilities


Big Table – $250,000 for food security and financial assistance to laid-off hospitality employees


Building Skills Partnership – $25,000 to provide financial, employment and training assistance for night-shift janitors and property service workers


Casa de Amparo – $60,000 to provide flexible resources for current and former foster youth


Casa Familiar$20,000 for bilingual assistance with unemployment applications, referrals and long-term case management


Center for Community Solutions  – $100,000 for flexible resources for shelter and other essential needs of survivors of relationship and sexual violence


Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce – $25,000 to provide flexible resources and assistance to small businesses


Cesar Chavez Service Clubs  – $50,000 for 1:1 match for emergency relief, including financial and food assistance


City Heights Community Development Corporation – $100,000 for homelessness prevention


College Futures Foundation – $200,000 to provide emergency assistance for undocumented studnets and former foster youth


Community HousingWorks  – $100,000 to provide flexible resources for residents of affordable housing


Community Resource Center – $100,000 to provide housing, social services and domestic violence programs for San Diegans experiencing homelessness


Family Health Centers of San Diego – $100,000 for flexible resources for healthcare workers experiencing financial hardship


Father Joe’s Villages – $60,000 for supporting the needs of San Diegans experiencing homelessness


Foundation for Women Warriors – $25,000 for stable housing and childcare for women veterans and their children


GenerateHope – $10,000 for flexible resources for food, hygiene and safety for female survivors of sex trafficking


Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce$25,000 for flexible resources to provide assistance to small businesses


Home Start – $100,000 for food, healthcare and financial assistance for its county-wide client base


Interfaith Community Services – $100,000 for individualized support, including emergency food packages, shelter, medical services and other critical assistance


Interfaith Shelter Network of San Diego – $50,000 to provide flexible resources for housing and safe environments


Just in Time for Foster Youth – $50,000 to provide flexible resources for transition age foster youth


License to Freedom – $50,000 for homelessness prevention


Metropolitan Area Advisory Committee (MAAC) – $100,000 to provide low-income families, seniors and immigrants with food assistance, essential living expenses and support for other emergent needs


Mid-City CAN (via Mission Edge) – $75,000 for flexible resource and community outreach to protect the health and safety of transportaton workers and riders


Monarch School  – $100,000 to provide flexible resources for homeless students


North County LGBTQ Resource Center$75,000 to provide flexible resources for low-income, LGBTQ youth and adults


North County Lifeline – $100,000 for increasing capacity for tele-health support for families and individuals in need and for providing rental and living expenses for vulnerable San Diegans receiving assistance from North County Lifeline


PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) – $50,000 to provide food assistance for people with chronic medical conditions living in interim housing


Pillars of the Community – $35,000 to provide flexible resources and referrals for formerly incarcerated San Diegans


Promises 2 Kids – $150,000 to provide flexible resources for current and former foster youth


Restaurant Workers Relief Initiative (via Mission Edge San Diego) – $355,853 for financial assistance to restaurant employees affected by layoffs and reduced working hours


The Salvation Army – $100,000 for rent, utility and transportation assistance for economically vulnerable San Diegans in North County


San Diego Arts + Culture Challenge Initiative (via Mission Edge San Diego) – $200,000 for flexible resources for individual artists/creative workers in financial distress


San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce – $25,000 to provide flexible resources and assistance to small businesses


San Diego Rescue Mission – $60,000 to provide shelter, nutrition and wraparound services to hundreds of students and children who are experiencing homelessness


San Diego Workforce Partnership (High Road Kitchens) – $110,000 to increase income for laid off restaurant workers as well as free meals for the public


SAY San Diego – $50,000 to provide food security and housing  stability for low‐income families


Second Chance – $100,000 for flexible resources for formerly incarcerated and justice system-involved youth


Solutions For Change – $100,000 for flexible resources to low-wage families for essential needs, safety and counseling


Somali Family Service – $50,000 for flexible resources and referrals for refugees & immigrants from East Africa and the Middle East


South Bay Community Services – $100,000 for computers for San Diego students and support for homebound children living in shelters, transitional housing, and hotels or motels while awaiting permanent placement


Southwestern College Foundation  – $60,000 for flexible resources to meet essential needs of students living in South Bay


STEP (Support the Enlisted Project) – $25,000 for flexible resources and emergency assistance for the San Diego enlisted community


UNITE HERE! Local 30 – $250,000 for food security and financial assistance to laid-off hospitality employees


United Way of San Diego County – $650,000 for safety net funding for low-wage individuals and families impacted by layoffs and reduced working hours through the Worker Assistance Initiative


Walden Family Services – $50,000 for flexible resources to assist vulnerable youth and families

Food Security

Armed Services YMCA – $50,000 to provide food assistance and safe, social support for junior enlisted military members and families


Bonita Family Resource Center – $20,000 to provide enrollment assistance for Cal Fresh benefits applicants


Casa de Amistad – $50,000 for food security, financial and medical assistance, and internet access


Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diego – $100,000 for food assistance for low-income families and homebound individuals


Dreams for Change – $20,000 to provide food and hygiene assistance for San Diegans living in their vehicles


ElderHelp of San Diego – $50,000 for seniors in need, especially those who are isolated or home bound with limited access to food, medical services and family support


Episcopal Community Services – $135,000 to provide meals for Head Start and Early Head Start families in southern San Diego


Feeding San Diego – $100,000 for hunger relief for seniors, children and low-income families


Fourth District Seniors Resource Center – $6,000 for food assistance and safe social interaction for seniors


Heaven’s Windows$10,000 for food assistance in lieu of school meals in East County


Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank – $500,000 for food assistance


Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank – $200,000 for food security for San Diego Unified School District students, AFL-CIO food distribution efforts and the Imperial Valley Food Bank distributions


Jewish Family Service of San Diego – $100,000 for food and employment assistance, including childcare and hygiene


Los Angelitos de Encinitas, Inc. – $25,000 for food assistance


Mama’s Kitchen – $75,000 to provide food security for critically ill San Diegans and their children


Meals on Wheels – $150,000 for supporting increased demand for assistance to quarantined seniors


Neighborhood House Association – $125,000 for food security for seniors and Head Start children served at Neighborhood House Association’s designated locations in underserved communities


Ocean Discovery Institute – $100,000 to provide hot meal service, student mentorship and weekly science activities


Olivewood Gardens and Learning Center/International Community Foundation – $30,000 to provide weekly healthy food packages for National City families


San Diego Hunger Coalition – $300,000 to support the Hunger Free Kids COVID Response Initiative andincrease the capacity and resources available for San Diego County school districts to provide safe, curbside meal assistance to students who, prior to COVID-19, relied on school meal programs for daily meals.


Serving Seniors – $50,000 for expansion of number of meals that are provided to food insecure and quarantined seniors


St. Lukes Episcopal Church – $25,000 for food assistance for Sudanese and Congolese families; and financial and employment assistance


Union of Pan Asian Communities – $20,000 for food for families and children in Southeast San Diego and City Heights


Urban Youth Collaborative – $10,000 to inform and aid students and families with food security


Voices of Our City$30,000 for food assistance, case management and emergency financial support


Women’s Resource Center – $50,000 to provide food and financial assistance for San Diegans experiencing assault and violence

Medical Support

Hannah’s House – $50,000 for relationship support and abuse prevention for children involved in Family Court


La Maestra Family Clinic – $150,000 for COVID‐19 testing, case management and food


Camp Laurel – $10,000 to provide online mental health support for children and youth affected by HIV/AIDS and transgender/gender-diverse youth


Crossroads Foundation – $50,000 for rapid response capability and safety equipment to protect women suffering from addiction


Elizabeth Hospice – $176,515 for COVID-compliant critical care and grief counseling services including pediatric patients


San Diego Center for Children – $100,000 to provide telehealth therapeutic interventions for youth; and support for students and families


San Diego Regional Fire Foundation – $225,000 to provide PPE and safety equipment for fire personnel serving rural, low-income and underserved communities


San Ysidro Health Center – $100,000 for bilingual telemedicine services, COVID-19 testing and referrals, PPE, and food for children and seniors


Tri-City Hospital Foundation – $100,000 for assistance and emergency supplies

Partner Support

2-1-1 San Diego – $50,000 for resources to the organization and its call center


Center on Policy Initiatives – $20,000 for rapid response technical support for partner organizations to meet emergency needs


International Rescue Committee – $50,000 for referrals for refugees and asylum seekers, and assistance with translation, transportation and schoolwork


Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation – $25,000 to support the work of nonprofit organizations in Southeastern San Diego


San Diego Grantmakers – $15,000 to support management of City of San Diego Small Business Relief Fund loan program for small businesses


San Diego Hunger Coalition – $30,000 to support the Hunger Free Kids COVID Response Initiative and increase the capacity and resources available for San Diego County school districts to provide safe, curbside meal assistance to students who, prior to COVID-19, relied on school meal programs for daily meals.


San Diego LGBT Community Center – $30,000 to convert crisis response & counseling to online platform and for ongoing assistance with food, housing and healthcare


San Diego Organizing Project$50,000 to mobilize 30+ congregations for emergency response, dissemination of information and referrals for members

*As of May 20, 2020