OUR GRANTS IN ACTION
2016 Grant Awards Announced
On May 13th, the Rancho Santa Fe Women's Fund granted funding to eight local non-profit organizations. More than $250,000 was given out at the Camp Give-A-Lot Event. To date, the RSF Women's Fund has donated just under $3,000,000 in grants to non-profits within San Diego.
In the Economic Development and Education focus group, grants were awarded to the following:
Dress for Success- Suits to Self Sufficiency Program $10,000
Monarch School-Internship Program- $50,000
Reality Changers-College Town, College Apps Academy, The Alumni Network- $50,000
Tender Loving Canines- $21,438
In Youth Services, fully-funded grants were awarded to the following organizations:
A Reason To Survive- Creating Vibrant Neighborhoods Initiative- $50,000
Eric Paredes Save a Life Foundation- $25,000
Girls Rising Mentor Program- $ 25,000
Mira Costa College Foundation-RAFFY- $20,000
May 13th Grant Awards Photos
PAST GRANTS MAKING NEWS
TLCAD wanted to share this short video with you and thank you for your support in this journey that is truly transforming many lives while producing more dogs for placement. Expansions of our program at the RJ Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego are being made to add two more 'yards' to the POOCH program there.
Out of the Shadows, a comprehensive sex trafficking awareness campaign, funded by a $25,000 grant from the Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund (RSFWF) matched with funds from the San Diego Public Library Foundation, began as training for the more than 800 staff members throughout the system’s 36 locations, providing information on how to recognize a possible victim of sex trafficking, ways to initiate a conversation, and appropriate resources and support services to offer those in need. Since its launch in August 2015, the campaign has expanded to include a teen peer advocate program and extensive community outreach. READ MORE...
Past and Present Advisory Chairs
Kathy Yash, Donna Vance, Victoria Hanlon, Founder-Gayle Gillies-Mize, Libby Frank, Donna Walker, Franci Free
Some of Our Original Charter Members
Meet Our New 2016 Members