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Excellence and Justice in Education Academies Charter School Literacy Intervention Project Amount Granted: $34,000 As dual-language charter schools, the Excellence and Justice in Education (EJE) Academies prepare students from diverse populations to excel in higher education and to be leaders in creating a just global community. The school is located in El Cajon and primarily [...]
International Rescue Committee (IRC) TEAM (Teach, Engage, Achieve, and Motivate) Project Amount Granted: $40,000 The International Rescue Committee serves refugees and communities victimized by oppression or violent conflict worldwide. The TEAM Project will serve 30 K through 5th graders per day who attend Marshall Elementary and have been in the U.S. less than two years. [...]
Junior Achievement of San Diego and Imperial Counties Empowering Young Leaders - Encouraging Young Lives Amount Granted: $55,800 Junior Achievement of San Diego and Imperial Counties believes every child deserves an education in economics and finances in order to inspire and prepare them for success in a global economy. The Empowering Young Leaders - Encouraging [...]
The San Diego Women's Foundation was recently featured on the KUSI Morning News. Brad Perry joined several members and Jose Cruz from Barrio Logan College Insitute at To The Point Eatery & Marketplace in Point Loma. The talked about SDWF's grantmaking, membership, and Community Partners. Take a look at the video below and look at [...]
How can a discussion about “who gets a slice of your financial pie?” be about so much more than money? Only among the members of the San Diego Women’s Foundation! The generosity of our members, Victoria Danzig, Leigh Hartman and Bethel Nathan, in sharing their most personal decisions opened the door for a warm and [...]
At this time of year SDWF members are busy talking about grant proposals, site visits, the survey for next year’s grant criteria, upcoming education events, prospects for membership and other serious matters. During our annual meeting, we took stock of how we have implemented Decision 2010 initiatives regarding reducing the number of granting categories and [...]