sol price at home depot

Sol & Robert Price at the first Price Club warehouse. New York Times Magazine, 1985

Who We Are

We are a private family foundation, founded by retail entrepreneur and philanthropist Sol Price.  Our mission is to improve life opportunities for underserved youth and families, and their communities.

Our history
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Young student in class at Rosa Parks Elementary School.

Grant Applications

We make grants primarily to San Diego non-profits, with a special focus on organizations that serve the community of City Heights. We provide general operating, program, and capital grants.

Sol Price Retail Revolutionary & Social Innovator Book

Sol Price Retail Revolutionary and Social Innovator

Sol Price Retail Revolutionary and Social Innovator

Sol Retail Revolutionary and Social Innovator recounts the extraordinary life of a man who profoundly impacted the shopping habits of consumers in the United States and throughout much of the world.

  • Book Price: $27.00 (tax + shipping included in price)
  • Can only be shipped within the U.S.
  • To purchase the book, request a copy via the email link below.
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Youth Programs

Aaron Price Fellows Orientation 2027

Aaron Price Fellows looking out at the City of San Diego

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Cardinals Interact computer lab

Aprender y Crecer

Panama student with her Aprender y Crecer school supplies

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    The Aaron Price Fellows Program prepares highly motivated and diverse San Diego high school students to be responsible, engaged and caring members of their community.

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    Cardinals Interact provides mentoring, tutoring and other supportive activities to selected Hoover High School students to help them achieve lifelong success. The program is a partnership between San Diego Rotary Club 33, Hoover High School and Price Philanthropies.

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    Aprender y Crecer (Learning and Growing) supports public education in Latin America and the Caribbean. The program provides school supplies and books to students, as well as teacher materials, benefiting over 150,000 students and 7,500 teachers in more than 280 primary schools.

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Initiatives & Partnerships

We invest in transformative programs to improve life opportunities for low-income children and families.  We provide meaningful support to our non-profit partners to help maximize their impact.