Running list of all nonprofits supported by the SBNLP

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Congratulations to these nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated their commitment to serving San Diego County during challenging times and their ability to adapt to a constantly changing environment. Here is a running list of organizations that have received a loan through the nonprofit loan pool of the San Diego COVID-19 Small Business & Nonprofit Loan Program (SBNLP).

  1. Angel Foster Family Network connects children in foster care with loving families.
  2. Anza-Borrego Foundation protects and preserves the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
  3. Bayside Community Center provides critical services to vulnerable Linda Vista residents.
  4. Be There San Diego / San Diego Healthcare Quality Collaborative is a coalition of patients, communities, and healthcare systems working together to prevent heart attacks and strokes.
  5. Fred Finch CARES provides services for children living with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
  6. Gold Youth Arts Organization prepares students with the skills necessary to succeed.
  7. Harmonium promotes well-being and self-sufficiency in children, youth, and their families.
  8. Mainly Mozart creates an environment for artists to share their musical talents and creativity.
  9. The Multicultural Health Foundation brings health justice and wellness to the multicultural communities of San Diego County.
  10. The National Foundation for Autism Research prepares young adults with autism for the workforce.
  11. The New Children’s Museum engages children and families with contemporary art.
  12. Rise Up Industries offers job training and professional development to people who used to be involved with gangs.
  13. San Diego Habitat for Humanity increases homeownership for families across the county. 
  14. San Diego Health Connect enables healthcare stakeholders to share important health information.
  15. The San Diego River Park Foundation is dedicated to creating a better future for the San Diego River and the communities through which it traverses.
  16. SAY (Social Advocates for Youth) San Diego offers social services catering to the needs of infants, youth, and families.
  17. Somali Family Service of San Diego provides culturally appropriate services to refugees and immigrants.
  18. Tree San Diego is the leading urban forestry nonprofit for San Diego County.
  19. Via International fosters community initiatives that support community members to become agents of change.
  20. The Water Conservation Garden conserves and maintains its space in order to educate and connect the community to nature.