Arts District Liberty Station was envisioned as a place where artists could thrive without worrying about being pushed out by rising rents. But a decade after its launch, arts tenants are finding themselves in the same spot the district was meant to insulate them from: Rents there are too high for many of them to afford.
Nonprofits face a dilemma when it comes to the new statewide minimum wage hike. They tend to favor wage increases generally, even if it means being forced to raise more money or cut back on services to stay afloat.
2-1-1, a service that connects those in need with social service agencies, has exploded over the last decade, and it’s now looking to expand its reach even further. The group hopes to collect callers’ data and share it with local nonprofits so those groups can better address their needs.
Some San Diego agencies serving the homeless are being forced to change their approach or lose a crucial funding source.
Those who want to help feed our city’s hungry find themselves forced to choose between two major food banks: the San Diego Food Bank and Feeding America San Diego. Both organizations claim to be leading the fight against hunger in San Diego, but only one of them is interested in joining forces with the other. Voice of […]
Dozens of San Diego nonprofits have secured government contracts and freelance gigs, from animal control services to water-quality testing.
Health care facilities and private universities dominate San Diego’s list of largest nonprofit employers.
Nonprofits treat us when we’re sick, serve the poor, run our kids’ soccer leagues and employ thousands. Here are some numbers shed some light on San Diego County’s nonprofit ecosystem.
Parents and even administrators often don’t like to talk about where they get extra money or how federal money is spent. But here’s what we’ve learned so far about the nonprofit fundraising groups that boost certain schools.
How does such a large and successful nonprofit collapse? I see the same pattern every day.