We select partners based on a proven track record of success in providing effective and efficient service to people who are impacted by poverty in San Diego. Our 2020-2021 partners include:
St. Paul’s PACE provides senior care for adults in San Diego over 55 years of age who are living with chronic illness or disabilities and need coordinated medical care to continue living as independently as possible in their home and community.
Our senior healthcare teams provide a hands-on approach, coordinating medical, social, and home care services so our participants no longer need to manage their medical care alone.
Issue Area: Basic Needs, Hunger Relief
Established in 1979, Community Resource Center (CRC) has grown from providing basic needs for families in crisis, to offering extensive programs that facilitate the safety, stability, and self-sufficiency of low-income and episodically homeless households – including domestic violence (DV) victims.
CRC works to end hunger, homelessness and domestic violence in North County San Diego.
Issue Area: Hunger Relief, Homelessness
Barrio Logan College Institute (BLCI) is a model organization for the positive development of youth, with a primary focus on Academic Success. We are breaking the cycle of poverty by preparing students who participate in our After School programs, from underserved situations, to be the first to go to College.
Barrio Logan College Institute values our relationships with the students we serve, staff, parents and our communities. It is important to us, that everyone associated with BLCI, has the best opportunities in life. We cannot do what we do, alone!
Issue Area: Education, College Access