2002 Community Partners

Focus: Civil Society

Downtown El Cajon, Inc.
International Women’s Kitchen

To provide an opportunity for low-income, immigrant and refugee women living in El Cajon to learn business skills, achieve economic independence and engage in cross-cultural dialogue through a catering business

San Diego City Attorney’s Office
Mid-City Community Court

To improve public safety and neighborhood conditions in the Mid-City area by establishing a community court to address quality of life crimes

Monarch High School
Volunteer/Mentor Program

To increase the diversity and number of volunteers providing mentoring, tutoring and other volunteer support to homeless children at Monarch

Scripps Health
Rosa Parks Community Garden

To offer a learning environment where students can learn and which can serve as a means to nurture community spirit, community purpose, and cultural appreciation among the diverse populations in City Heights

Sherman Heights Community Center Corporation
New Generation of Leaders Program

To provide in-depth training, life skills, counseling, and stipends for Latina leaders at the Sherman Heights Community Center