BSCC is an alliance of 60+ government and nonprofit agencies in the US and Latin America convened to combat slavery and human trafficking along the US-Mexico border. Members offer services for victims, law enforcement, and the community.
SDFF uses repurposed computers to promote digital literacy and equip students with the means to enter the tech workforce through internship training, adaptive technology courses, and coding boot camps.
SDWP assists job seekers in increasing their economic mobility, helps businesses grow and thrive equitably, and prepares young adults for the world of work. They offer employment services to help people connect what they know and love with what the market demands.
SDHC operates housing programs for low-income and homeless San Diegans. Their services include rental housing assistance for 15,000+ households, a homelessness action plan, and the development of over 17,000 affordable housing units since 1981.
A US Top 30 community foundation, The SD Foundation has granted more than $1.2 billion to San Diego nonprofits since its inception in 1975 with support from local donors, and regional and national funders.
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