The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) is in the process of moving its temporary emergency shelter for asylum-seeking families to a County-owned facility.
A 35-year-old law that made it illegal for people to sleep and live in their cars is repealed by San Diego City Council.
San Diego Nonprofit Honors Volunteers, Staff and Partners at Annual Fundraiser.
Through Holiday “Smart Giving, Smart Chicken” Program, Poultry Donated to Help San Diego’s Food Insecure.
The County Board of Supervisors voted to use a County-owned facility as a temporary migrant shelter to house legal, initially processed asylum-seeking families.
Jewish Family Service offering groceries to furloughed workers and their families.
JFS Behavioral Health Committee hosts free event exploring the biology of stress and the science of hope.
Major San Diego Nonprofit Rated in Top One Percent of Nonprofits Nationally.
Funds support Hand Up Food Pantry; provide groceries, diapers and other essentials to local military families and others in need.
Media Statement Re: New Asylum Border Regulation and Border Troops From San Diego Rapid Response Network Everyone has the legal right to seek asylum