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The Del Mar Women’s Giving Collective has received nonprofit status from the IRS, and the group is in the process of selecting other San Diego-based nonprofits to receive a share of $45,000 in funding issued for its third grant cycle.
A group of local high school students in a club called Project H.O.P.E. recently raised $4,000 in supplies and monetary donations to support underprivileged and homeless students at downtown San Diego’s Monarch School and Cristo Rey High School.
San Diego Jewish Academy on Feb. 7 welcomed Isaac Herzog, chairman of The Jewish Agency for Israel, to celebrate the Jewish Holiday of Tu B’Shvat and to offer support to Hagit Cohen-Hamo, a teacher whose son was injured in a terror attack in Jerusalem.
A Del Mar business executive has donated $1 million to enrich UC San Diego’s baseball program, a gift that can be traced back to his childhood days watching the Red Sox play at Boston’s Fenway Park.
Cathedral Catholic High School sophomore Daniella Benitez hosted a screening of “Dynamic Daniella,” a short documentary about her volunteer work in Mexico, at The Lot in La Jolla on Feb. 7.
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Francis Parker School eighth-grader Tyden Chinowsky spent the morning Jan. 6 with his parents and a small team planting some new greenery along Camino Del Mar, on a small patch of land near the Anderson Canyon trail, in Del Mar.
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