CCF Exceeded $1 Million in Grants to Support Those in Need in 2020

With the challenges presented by COVID, many North County individuals chose to support their neighbors and those in need. CCF posted over $1 million in grants in 2020, which is in increase of over 25% from the previous year. About half of the grants went toward social services, health and wellness, and services to support the homeless, including food distribution. 

Community Resource Center food distribution center.

The Fund for Supportive Housing and Homeless Recovery, established in 2019, made $25,000 grants to Community Resource Center, North County Lifeline and Solutions for Change to provide assistance to some of the most vulnerable populations in our community.

Many North County residents gave to one of the Foundation’s three giving circles–Hand to Hand, a women’s fund, Encinitas Fund, and Solana Beach Fund. The giving circles provide donor education and collaboration around a shared interest. Pooled donations allow individuals to have a greater impact through their donation.

See CCF 2020 Annual Report at right of this page for details. 

COVID-19 Response County COVID-19 Response Fund is a collaborative between Coastal Community Foundation, Leichtag Foundation, and Rancho Santa Fe Foundation. The Fund was established to meet the rapidly changing and increasing needs in North County. As of December 2020, the fund has granted over $850,000 to nonprofits serving North County residents. In addition, the three foundations have leveraged over $1 million in additional support to COVID-19 related needs. The Foundations continue to work together in 2021 to support distance learning and educational summer programs for students in North County.

Distance Learning at Boys & Girls Club Oceanside.