Plaza Home Mortgage Inc. announced that it donated $41,000 to Susan G. Komen San Diego.
Farmers Insurance announced that it donated $50,000 to the San Diego Fire Rescue Foundation and the San Diego Police Foundation, nonprofit organizations that provide resources, safety programs and other community programs. The contribution is a result of the donation program benefiting first responders that Farmers implemented at Torrey Pines Golf Course during the most recent Farmers Insurance Open.
Higgs Fletcher & Mack LLP announced that it awarded three local law students scholarships in recognition of their civic leadership, service to diversity efforts, and support of underrepresented communities.
Oceanside Charitable Foundation, an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, marked its 11th year of giving by granting $65,000 to three nonprofits investing in youth development in the community. The grants were announced at the Annual OCF Grants Celebration at the California Surf Museum.
The City of San Diego announced that it awarded a $2.5 million grant through the Community Development Block Grant Program, allowing four local nonprofits to conduct sustainability-focused home repairs for low-income homeowners in the region.
property: Retreat On Point Loma Takes Cues From Spas, Mexico
The upward sloping drive to this exceptional Point Loma estate leads past a two-story guest house at the bottom of the property toward a large motor court with a whimsical fountain in its center.
Villa Musica, San Diego’s community music center, held its “Spring Musicale” at the home of board member Lacey Logan in Del Mar.
United Way announced that its Women’s Leadership Council has re-envisioned its role to focus on forging and growing a network of partnerships, emerging with a new name — Women United — and $100,000 in new grants, as well as a new chair, Christina Hastings.
Jewish Family Service of San Diego raised a record-setting $1.5 million at its annual Heart and Soul Gala held recently at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine. The signature benefit highlighted the nonprofit’s work to provide resources and support to more than 32,000 San Diegans of all ages, faiths and backgrounds.
The National Conflict Resolution Center recently raised more than $1 million at its 31st Annual Peacemaker Awards Dinner at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. The amount is the largest total raised at an individual fundraising event in the organization’s 36-year history and an increase of more than 62 percent from the 2018 event.