Options For All, an organization that gives individuals with disabilities more options for living their lives to the fullest, held its 10th Annual Taste of Our Community recently at BRICK in Liberty Station.
The Seany Foundation’s Everything Is Possible Celebration raised $275,000 for families faced with Cancer.
The Elizabeth Hospice, a nonprofit health care leader serving San Diego County and southwest Riverside County, is the recipient of a $10,000 grant from New York Life.
Mission Federal Credit Union supported the American Heart Association San Diego Division throughout January and February to combat heart disease, the number one health threat to women.
The charm of Coronado is palpable. Its ambience is emblematic of “home town America” — a town with Fourth of July parades, Friday night football and the corner cafe; something that’s hard to find with today’s strip malls and urban sprawl.
The S. Mark Taper Foundation awarded the Jewish Family Service of San Diego a $100,000 grant to support its Hand Up Food Pantry and FoodMobile program, both of which provide nutritious food, hygiene products and other essentials to San Diegans in need.
The Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation, or RBCF, an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, announced its annual call for grant applications.
The San Diego Architectural Foundation announced that more than 200 attendees, volunteers, and donors joined to kick off the 4th annual OH! San Diego (Open House San Diego) with a Polynesian-themed launch party at Bali Hai Restaurant on Shelter Island in Point Loma.
The San Diego History Center’s 2019 “Makers of San Diego History” event was the most successful in the organization’s history, raising $109,000 for the nonprofit.
ConnectMed International, a local nonprofit dedicated to bringing our region’s gold standard of health care to resource-limited parts of the world, hosted a “jornada,” or medical work day, to provide free medical care and reconstructive surgery in underserved communities in and around Tijuana, Mexico.