November 2016 Grants

City Heights Community Law Project
City Heights Community Law Project, a program under California Western School of Law, provides pro bono legal services and community education in City Heights and San Diego County.  With the support of California Western School of Law and in partnering with Price Philanthropies, Community Law Project has operated continuously in City Heights since 2009. Today they serve more than 800 individuals across San Diego County each year.  A general operating grant will support their work in City Heights.

Family Health Centers of San Diego
Family Health Centers of San Diego is a community health center that offers primary and specialty care services.   They have 41 sites, including 23 primary care clinics, 6 dental clinics, 2 vision clinics, 6 behavioral health facilities and a pharmacy.  A general operating grant will support their work in City Heights near the Crawford Cluster schools.

La Maestra Community Health Centers
La Maestra Community Health Centers operates five primary medical clinics, nine dental clinics, a mobile/dental unit, and a mental health clinic in San Diego.  In addition, they run four school-based satellite medical clinics in City Heights.  La Maestra addresses the medical, dental, and mental health needs of the community through its primary medical care, pediatrics, geriatric women’s laboratory, pharmacy and dispensary, dental, vision and behavioral health services.  A general operating  grant will support their efforts in City Heights.

Living Coast Discovery Center
Price Philanthropies awarded a general operating grant to the Living Coast Discovery Center. Their mission is to partner in collaborative research and restoration of coastal wetlands and bays, provide student-focused education through STEAM, and increase knowledge of coastal environments.

Pacific Arts Movement
Price Philanthropies awarded a general operating grant to Pacific Arts Movement. Their mission is to present Pan Asian media arts to San Diego residents and visitors in order to inspire, entertain, and support a more compassionate society.

Reality Changers
Reality Changers’ mission is to transform lives, schools, and communities by providing underserved youth with academic support, financial assistance, and leadership training to become first generation college students. Price awarded a grant to support their general operations.

San Diego Center for Children
San Diego Center for Children provides a continuum of behavioral health care for children and families.  Price Philanthropies is providing a three year grant to pilot a new mental health care delivery model at their Family Wellness Center.  This goal of the program is to ensure that families in need of mental health services can been seen together, by one provider, without multiple external referrals, and receive any needed wrap around and supportive services.

San Diego Family Care
San Diego Family Care provides medical care, mental health care, and multi-cultural health promotion, with a primary focus on central San Diego.  They have three main clinic sites, Mid-City Community Clinic Pediatrics, Mid-City Community Clinic Adults, and Linda Vista Health Care Center as well as three school-based health centers in City Heights.  Price Philanthropies awarded a general operating grant for their work in City Heights.

San Diego Unified School District – Euclid Elementary School
A grant will support swimming lessons for grades 1-4, educational programs for grades TK-5 with the Natural History Museum, and afterschool reading intervention for targeted students in the 2016-17 academic year.

San Diego Unified School District – Hamilton Elementary School
A grant will support an educational arts program for 3rd grade students. Students will design, develop, and produce a large scale mosaic mural that will be installed on the school campus in the 2016-17 academic year.

San Diego Unified School District – Normal Heights Elementary School
A grant will provide students in grades 3-5 with afterschool Art Labs to develop a custom mosaic mural that will be installed on the school campus in the 2016-17 academic year.

South Bay Community Services
South Bay Community Services provides children, youth and families with services that reinforce the family’s role in our community and help them achieve lives of self-fulfillment.  The organization serves over 50,000 people a year through an extensive array of programs, with a focus on specific populations that include foster youth, victims of domestic violence, and children and families involved with the Child Welfare System.  Price Philanthropies is providing a general operating grant to support their mission and services.

Support Programs Serving San Diego High School
Price Philanthropies is collaborating with San Diego High School to provide additional mental health supports for students and their parents through three nonprofit organizations who have been providing services at the school. Grants were awarded to: Union of Pan-Asian Communities for parent groups and parent counseling; YMCA of San Diego County – Youth and Family Services for youth support groups; and Family Health Centers of San Diego for student mental health services.