2008 Community Partners

Focus: Civil Society


Barrio Logan College Institute
The Brighter Futures Youth Collaborative
$60,000

To provide academic, social and extracurricular activities that will help under-served middle school students develop positive skills and behaviors, make positive choices, and ultimately become the first in their families to attend college
www.blci.org



Kids Korps USA
Engaging City Heights Youth in Volunteer Service Activities
$25,000

To engage high-risk middle school students from Monroe Clark Middle School and Wilson Middle School in hands-on volunteer service activities through the development of year-round school-based chapters at these schools
www.kidskorps.org



SAY San Diego
Project L.I.V.E.
$52,000

To provide a range of supportive services and resources to children of incarcerated parents, to provide them with the tools to become self sufficient, successful adults
www.saysandiego.org



Tariq Khamisa Foundation
Peace Empowerment Project – Middle School Leaders & Peacebuilders
$36,000

To empower students to say “no” to guns, gangs, bullying and violence; to make positive choices; and to become leaders in their school and community
www.tkf.org



Vista Community Clinic
Project REACH
$50,000

To increase resilience of middle school age youth through a comprehensive gang prevention intervention program in Oceanside and Vista
www.vistacommunityclinic.org