Four grants worth over $32,000 were awarded from Hand to Hand to San Diego County women’s nonprofit organizations.
Hand to Hand, a giving circle at Coastal Community Foundation, directs resources to programs that empower change and self-sufficiency in women. This giving circle is composed of 60 women who contribute funds and then choose worthy recipients.
Grantee Generate Hope, a residential treatment program for victims of sex trafficking, received $10,000 from Hand to Hand.
The Karen Organization of San Diego received $5,700 to fund women’s mentoring circles for Burmese refugees in San Diego.
$10,000 was granted to Kitchens for Good, which provides culinary job training and life skills programs for women in need.
The residential treatment program for women being released from prison, New Entra Casa, was given $6,500.
Hand to Hand is a part of Coastal Community Foundation, which has granted $300,000 to nonprofits, schools, and community programs during its 25-year history.
The Foundation builds philanthropy in San Diego north coastal communities by offering donors a wide variety of options for giving – establishing donor advised funds, building endowments, donating to existing funds or creating new funds to meet community needs.
The Foundation serves the coastal North County communities of Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Carlsbad and Oceanside.
CCF can be contacted at email@example.com.