Thursday, July 22, 2021 5-6:00pm PDT, A VIRTUAL EVENT This national dialogue will explore how inequality continues to impact our workplaces and what we can do to advance the cause of women in the workplace to create more equity and to find A Path Forward.
Don't forget to join us next week on Tuesday, July 27th for our SDWF Philanthropic Education Series featuring two incredible collective giving organizations practicing trust-based philanthropy: Impact 100 Seattle and Impact 100 RVA! Register below for more information.
Today's #MotivationMonday quote comes from diarist, Anne Frank.
With the goal of improving mental health at our office, SDWF will be closed from July 19-23 to allow our staff time to rest and recharge for the upcoming fiscal year. We look forward to seeing you next week!
Congratulations to our Cycle 14 Community Partner San Diego Children's Discovery Museum for receiving the 2021 Superintendent's Award for Excellence in Museum Education from the California Association of Museums (CAM) and the California Department of Education! During the pandemic, their interactive Virtual Workshops has served over 4,300 students throughout San Diego County.
"We are eager to support schools and learning organizations at a time when they need it most by providing interactive learning experiences", said Krishna Kabra, Executive Director of San Diego Children's Discovery Museum and SDWF Board member.
Keep up the stellar work, San Diego Children's Discovery Museum! Learn more about this award below and follow them for more information on their virtual workshops.
Our Cycle 20 Community Partner, SAY San Diego has created an Economic Empowerment Program to help our community members gain control of their finances.
This program serves adults with children and assists them in fulfilling their financial goals using the customizable "Your Money, Your Goals" toolkit which was developed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Join our 2020 Community Partner San Diego LGBT Community Center (The Center) on Sunday, July 11th at the San Diego Pride Resilient Community March!
Support the fight for LGBTQ equality, freedom and liberation and register to march with The Center below.
#FeatureFriday📢🏳️🌈🏳️⚧ YOUR San Diego LGBTQ Community Center invites you to march alongside us at the 2021 San Diego Pride Resilient Community March this Sunday, July 11th at 11am. Rather than the typical Pride Parade that starts in Hillcrest’s Pride Plaza and travels down to Balboa Park, this year join us and meet in Balboa Park and march into Hillcrest. Through this demonstration we will show our strength, resilience, and resolve as we continue the fight for justice and liberation. At the conclusion of the march, please support our local LGBTQ-owned businesses, restaurants, bars, staff, servers, bartenders, DJs, and Drag Queens. For questions or more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org To march with The Center, please RSVP here: forms.gle/EyhZRQLrugv4vx4v6...
Congratulations to our longtime SDWF member and San Diego Community College District Chancellor Dr. Constance Carroll on her retirement!
As Chancellor for the past 17 years, she has built an incredible legacy and helped San Diegans pursue and achieve their academic dreams. We thank Dr. Carroll for her legacy, and wish her all the best for her retirement!
Check out Dr. Carroll's reflection on her career and learn about the challenges our community colleges face on KPBS. ...
As San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance Carroll prepares for retirement at the end of the month, she looks ahead to some of the key issues that face community colleges across the nation.
A perfect #motivationmonday quote from Michelle Obama as we continue celebrating #Pride.
As a women's giving circle, SDWF believes in advocating for ourselves and each other in the pursuit of justice for all. We will continue striving for equity for our LGBTQ+ community and those whose voices must be heard.
Huge congratulations to our Cycle 18 Community Partner, The David's Harp Foundation, Inc., who recently received a $1 million donation from author and philanthropist, MacKenzie Scott!
We are proud of your efforts to provide young people with creative outlets while improving school GPA and a place to call home, and we are excited for you to continue empowering youth in our community. Check out The San Diego Union-Tribune's feature for more information!