Less than a mile from the charming, historic village of downtown Rancho Santa Fe is an authentic Southern French country estate designed in 2003 by San Diego-based architect Tim Wilson of Wilson Architecture and built by renowned local luxury home builder Emilio & Sons Inc.
A funder collaborative of five regional and national philanthropic organizations have pooled significant funds to support solutions that ensure veterans in San Diego County have critical one-on-one navigation of the system to more quickly and effectively help them be matched with and given access to housing that supports their specific needs.
More than 650 families received holiday dinners, toys and gifts donated by union members across San Diego and Imperial counties.
The Salk Institute for Biological Studies announced that associate professor Janelle Ayres was awarded $1.8 million by NOMIS Foundation for novel research on mechanisms to promote health.
The St. Germaine Children’s Charity recently raised more than $120,000 for local child abuse prevention agencies. More than 350 people attended the “Silver Tea” at the Jenny and Jason Hochberg residence. Youth singers and musicians from Leading Note Studios provided the entertainment.
Tom Liguori, a San Diego-based entrepreneur-turned-artist, recently announced that in a little over a year, he’s donated $175,000 to charity through purchases of his artwork in the past year.
Rest Haven Children’s Health Fund, an endowment fund to assist children in San Diego and Imperial counties with health-related needs, awarded $13,125 to the San Diego Center for Children.
At the end of a long, private drive lined with towering trees is an incomparable Spanish Colonial estate by award-winning, South Carolina-based Island Architects.
The Scripps Health Foundation recently hosted the 88th Annual Candlelight Ball at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar.
As part of a 19-year-long holiday tradition, employees of Cavignac & Associates, a San Diego-based risk management and insurance brokerage firm, donated to those less fortunate in the community, giving more than $21,000 out of their own paychecks to a number of local nonprofit organizations.