More than 1,000 attendees at the 2-1-1 San Diego Annual Connections Luncheon recently netted $250,000 to support the community health and disaster support service and to recognize the local heroes providing San Diegans with health care resources.
Underground Elephant is funding the adoption of a police K-9 for the San Diego Police Foundation and the San Diego Police Department in honor of their service to the community. In addition to the police canine, adoption costs will cover the canine’s food, veterinary care and training equipment.
I was pleased and honored to be invited to participate in the third annual “Little Jumps…BIG Changes” campaign on Feb. 14 at the Roberts Family Branch of the Boys and Girls Clubs in Linda Vista.
A wealthy, coastal community, Carmel Valley is one of San Diego’s newest master-planned communities. It’s central location, award-winning schools, and nearby commercial offices, hotels, retail and restaurants make it an ideal location for working professionals and families.
McCarthy Building Companies Inc. employees and subcontractors wore red on the first Friday in February in support of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. The campaign is designed to focus attention on the number one killer of women: heart disease. McCarthy has been a strong supporter of the Association’s efforts since 2004.
Scripps Health cardiologist Dr. John Rogers was honored at the annual Parent Heart Watch Conference in Raleigh, N. C., for his commitment to sudden cardiac arrest prevention in nearly 10,000 teens. Rogers is also president of the San Diego Chapter of the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association, where he volunteers his time as medical director of the Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation. The local foundation was established to honor the Steele Canyon High School teen who lost his life at 15 to SCA in 2009.
There is something different about Del Mar. Arriving from the south or the north on Highway 101, this charming community looks like it could be a village in Canterbury, England, instead of a beach town in Southern California.
Mama’s Pantry, a service of Mama’s Kitchen, celebrates 10 years of service to San Diego County. Every day, volunteers distribute nutritious food items to low-income county residents living with HIV/AIDS who can benefit from additional nutritional support to maintain their health and stretch their food budget. Clients make monthly trips to Mama’s Pantry to select their own perishable and nonperishable items.
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The drive to Coronado Island across the San Diego-Coronado Bridge has to be one of the most spectacular in America.
Walden Family Services, a nonprofit foster care and adoption agency, collected $18,187 worth of gifts during its annual Southern California holiday gift drive for foster youth, the organization announced.