Philanthropy Spotlight: Rancho Santa Fe Foundation

Since 1981, the Rancho Santa Fe Foundation has spread its message of bigheartedness and charity through partnerships with individuals who share common goals of helping the community. The foundation highlights Rancho Santa Fe residents’ involvements in philanthropy, which have led to the founding of a number of centers that have benefited the whole district.

Rancho Santa Fe area residents and nonprofit organizations depend upon the foundation’s custom-made services and asset management. The foundation offers a broad, far-reaching range of services, which focus on building up altruistic assets. Also, the foundation recommends grants to willing individuals and organizations that fund deserving causes locally, nationally and around the globe.

The foundation is directed by a board that is made up of entrepreneurs, executives, investors and legal and accounting professionals. Special buildings in Rancho Santa Fe, such as the community center, senior center, library and Little League field are all examples of the foundation’s ability to turn community dreams into reality. For more information, visit www.rsffoundation.org.

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