Since 1979, the San Diego American Indian Health Center (SDAIHC) has provided high quality, comprehensive, compassionate primary, dental and behavioral health care to the people in its community. The organization has earned trust and loyalty by serving these communities with respect, dignity and cultural sensitivity as a medical home and safety net for essential health care and social services. It is a key resource for more than 20,000 low-income community members and American Indians who receive health care services at its downtown San Diego facility.
For more than a century, Charity Ball has been making miracles happen for Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. Proceeds from this year’s 109th Anniversary Charity Ball, Everything’s Coming Up Roses & Lollipops, will benefit the Trauma Center at Rady Children’s, the region’s only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center - the highest designation for trauma care verified by the American College of Surgeons. Rady Children’s highly trained teams care for more than 1,000 trauma patients from San Diego and surrounding counties each year, with cutting-edge treatments available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
More than thirty celebrated local chefs from across San Diego County will donate their time and culinary talent at the San Diego Food Bank’s annual Chefs, Cork & Craft Gala taking place at the nonprofit’s 90,000 square foot warehouse facility in Miramar on Saturday, April 28, 2018.
For the past 8 years, Home of Guiding Hands (HGH) and Cy Young Award-winning pitcher, Randy Jones, have partnered to make independence possible for people with developmental disabilities. On February 17th, HGH and Jones, who has been an integral part of the San Diego community since winning baseball’s highest pitching honor, will once again join forces for the 8th Annual Randy Jones Run/Walk for Independence 5K.
The Jewish Federation of San Diego County is dedicated to building a vibrant and inclusive local Jewish community, and to enhancing the well-being of people in San Diego, Israel, and throughout the world. As one of more than 150 Federations in North America and part of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), the Jewish Federation of San Diego County has helped to build one of the most impressive charitable networks in the world.
As part of the renewed commitment to the community by the San Diego Sockers, the team has introduced the “Tickets For Kids” program that benefits San Diego youth and local non-profits. Businesses and individuals are invited to host under-served youth to their first professional sporting event, a fast-paced, family-friendly Sockers game. Many youth have never been to a professional sporting match, and this is a great opportunity.
Brenda Gold’s unique design sensibilities and understanding of the needs of her clients allow her to create masterful and integrated design solutions.
For over 45 years, Brenda’s family has been in the leather business and from a young age, working with her father, passions arose for textiles. Her informal training in the family business was followed by formal training at the Design Institute of San Diego and an internship with La Jolla interior designer Sheila Palmer.
The holiday season is a traditional opportunity to give gifts to those who most need them, and this is the reason that Univision Radio San Diego held their “Abrigando Corazones” (Warming Hearts) campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to collect items needed for the colder winter months. In order to do this, two radio stations, 102.9 Más Variedad and Que Buena 106.5, came together for the first time for the common good of inspiring their listeners to donate blankets, sweatshirts, coats, scarves and sweaters for needy children, adults and families in need. The on-air personalities that gave light to the campaign were JC Munguía, Hada Luna, Juanito Cedeño and Mery Lopez-Gallo from 102.9 Mas Variedad and Alex Navarro el Ojitos, El Regalón, Luis Sánchez el Compaye and Milton Andrade el Jarocho from Que Buena 106.5. The radio listeners had the opportunity to drop off their donations at two local shopping centers and the result was overwhelming.