San Diego Chill
In 2018 the Foundation granted $10,000 to SD Chill, a local non-profit that teaches kids with developmental disabilities how to play ice hockey. This innovative program used the Foundation grant money to pay for ice time for the kids as well as tournament fees.
San Diego Regional Center Social Network
The Foundation has been a proud supporter of the San Diego Regional Center's Social Network - a client driven socialization group providing opportunities for recreation, team work, and socialization. Every year the Foundation's grant helps with providing supplies for these activities as well as for paying for any fees associated with them.
The Autism Society San Diego
For over 10 years now, we have given grants totaling over $150,000 to the Autism Society San Diego to support their programs and outreach, including Camp I Can and Lights, Camera, Action (an art and film event showcasing pieces by and about San Diegans with autism and developmental disabilities). Our grants have helped keep camp costs low and increase access for these much needed camps throughout San Diego.
Sports for Exceptional Atheletes
The Foundation has been a proud supporter of Sports for Exceptional Athletes for over 6 years now. Sports for Exceptional Athletes serves over 1400 athletes with developmental disabilities ages 5 through adult in San Diego County in 24 sports. We have provided $20,000 for their floor floor hockey programs as well as over $50,000 during this time for their sports camps.
Project College - A Collaborative Community Project
Project College is a week long exposure to college life for youth with developmental disabilities. It is the only program of it's kind offered in San Diego County. Through this program students have the opportunity to experience life on a college campus and gain valuable skills in areas sucks as academic access, campus living and health and wellness. For more information about Project College please click here