The Chula Vista Community Foundation, an affiliate of the San Diego Foundation, awarded $100,000 to four nonprofit programs that are supporting COVID-19 pandemic recovery and relief efforts for Chula Vista residents, it was announced Thursday.
According to San Diego County data, Chula Vista and the South Bay area have experienced some of the highest rates of COVID-19 in the region since March 2020.
The largest of the four grants, $45,000, went to Feeding San Diego to support its Chula Vista partner agency program, Chula Vista Agency Operations, through delivery of produce and dry goods to its distribution sites, which will then be distributed within the community. Read the Entire Article
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