Chula Vista Community Foundation



The Chula Vista Community Foundation is an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation committed to improving the quality of life within Chula Vista by promoting and increasing responsible and effective philanthropy.

The foundation's purpose is to increase charitable giving by and for the benefit of all who live and work in Chula Vista; build a Chula Vista community endowment to provide funding annually to Chula Vista organizations and causes; and give Chula Vista community members a vehicle for legacy planning and gifts that will benefit Chula Vista.

Recent News from Chula Vista Community Foundation


Chula Vista community foundation announces grants to help youth - The San Diego Union-Tribune
Foundation: San Diego Foundation, Chula Vista Community Foundation

The Chula Vista Community Foundation, an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, is offering grant funding to strengthen the health and emotional...more

Community Foundation Gives $100K to Support Chula Vista COVID Relief Efforts
Foundation: San Diego Foundation, Chula Vista Community Foundation

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...more

Chula Vista Charitable Foundation Grants $50232 to Strengthen Youth Education & Development
Foundation: San Diego Foundation, Chula Vista Community Foundation

Chula Vista Charitable Foundation, an affiliate of The San Diego Foundation, awarded a record $50232 in funding to three nonprofit...more





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