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Shelter to Soldier is Star of Fundraising Event

The organization BotmsUp hosted a fundraising event on April 21st at the Mike Hess North Park Brewery and Tasting Room. The event was to benefit Shelter to Soldier, a non-profit organization based in San Diego that adopts dogs from local shelters, and trains them to become service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans who suffer from a myriad of afflictions associated with traumatic combat experiences.

Baseball Teams and Cyclists Cooperate to Raise Money for Cancer Research

Salk Institute and three other organizations. The Scientific Research and Biological Studies campus was constructed by American architect Louis Kahn who is regarded as one of the great master builders of the Twentieth Century. In 1962, he created Salk Institute for Scientific studies in La Jolla, California. This impressive campus, is nicknamed “architecture of silence and light.”

Homes for Heroes Helps Veterans Save Money On Their Home Purchases

In the USA, there are around 40,000 homeless veterans, who cannot afford a home despite their service to the nation. Homes for Heroes is dedicated to helping people like these save money when purchasing a house. Homes for Heroes Helps Veterans Save Money On Their Home Purchases

The BAG Networking’s Carnival Against Cancer

The BAG Networking’s Carnival Against Cancer

Nordstrom La Jolla at UTC Promises2Kids Gala

Nordstrom La Jolla at UTC Promises2Kids Gala

Making Waves with the Ocean Discovery Institute

The Ocean Discovery Institute is an organization whose main goal is to revolutionize young lives through science by starting where there is much diversity and need for such a project.

Giving Back during the Holidays

With the holidays upon us, giving is in the air. Besides gifts for friends and family, many folks like to contribute to their favorite charities as a way to give back. We’ve profiled five local charities and five national ones that help improve the lives of those less fortunate

San Diego Rescue Mission

Homelessness has gone up as much as 5 percent since last year in San Diego. Which is why places like the San Diego Rescue Mission are in need of support more than ever!

St. James Academy Aims to Impact Others

Certainly, St. James, St. Leo’s Parish, St. James Academy and Mission Circle aim to be that little key which opens the heavy door to those in need. May we all contribute keys of any size to open as many doors as possible.

Matchmaking, Equestrian Club & Foundation

The concept of matchmaking brings with it a certain mystique – and many people are curious about how the process works. The Valenti Experience does not involve computer surveys or texting. It is deliberately low-tech and traditional.

3 Ways to Give Back on Thanksgiving

Three ways to give back on Thanksgiving day, from volunteering at a 5k or hosting a meal for international students.

Slightly Stoopid- sold out show

Slightly Stoopid played a wild and crowded show for a great foundation.

Art, Rhythm, and Wine Overtakes Carlsbad Forum

The Art, Rhythm, and Wine event took over the Carlsbad Forum for an art walk benefiting Us4Warriors.

The Homeless Problem in San Diego

Homelessness is a major problem in a lot of areas. In San Diego, it is estimated that 8,692 individuals are currently homeless.

Make A Difference with Just a Meal

Meals on Wheels America operates in almost every American city to provide senior citizens, age 60+, with hot, fresh and healthy meals every day.

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