Two-thirds of these funds have been granted to organizations in San Diego, with the remaining primarily granted to organizations in the United States and Israel.
JCF’s Competitive Application Platform (CAP) customizes and organizes competitive grantmaking programs for our donors and partnering organizations working to make tangible and long-lasting positive impacts in the San Diego region and beyond.
Current grant opportunities are listed below. If no opportunities are listed, then none are available at this time.
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It is the philosophy of the Cushman Foundation to have a sense of social responsibility and to honor the communities in which they have conducted business. The Foundation is giving back to the city that has supported their family for generations, by supporting a diversified array of community and humanitarian endeavors with a goal of bringing about constructive change and promoting human welfare.
Applications are currently closed.
The San Marcos Community Foundation (SMCF) serves to enrich the quality of life for the community of San Marcos and has been doing so since 1988. The Foundation continually strives to seek opportunities to strengthen our community, and the non-profit organizations serving it. The SMCF is a nonprofit public benefit corporation providing financial assistance for the purpose of benefiting the City or its residents. The Foundation was established by the San Marcos City Council on October 27, 1987, creating an Endowment Fund originating from a one-million-dollar contribution by the builders of the North County Energy and Resource Recovery Center. The Foundation provides grants to a wide variety of nonprofit groups serving San Marcos residents.
San Marcos Community Foundation Grant Application
The Chortek Weisman Family Foundation works to support communities in San Diego County, Santa Clara County, and across the U.S., through its competitive granting program. Grant opportunities will focus on a suite of impact areas important to the Chortek Weisman Families, such as homelessness, mental health, youth programs, and supporting Jewish communities.
The Foundation was originally formed, and remains inspired by, the history of philanthropy embodied by Peter and Elaine Chortek, of blessed memories. Both Peter and Elaine believed strongly in repairing the world by doing good things for their community and spearheaded causes throughout their lives. With the passing of Peter in 2011 and Elaine in 2022, their generous legacies live on in the work of the Chortek Weisman Family Foundation, now managed by their children, Susan Chortek Weisman and Robert Chortek, and close family friends.
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