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Month: February 2019

IICF Donation

IICF Supports Transition Age Youth

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Thank you to the San Diego chapter of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) for a new $4,200 grant to support our work with transition age youth throughout San Diego County. IICF helps communities and enriches lives by uniting the collective strength of the insurance industry in providing grants, volunteer service and leadership. Learn more … Read More

New Washing Machine

Shelter Receives New Washing Machine

Thursday, February 21, 2019

We are celebrating the gift of a new washing machine from FOCUS for our Youth Emergency Shelter, which is the only emergency night shelter for homeless and runaway youth in San Diego County. Pictured are Taylor Houston, Night Shelter Coordinator, and Katie Rademacher, Health Educator/Prevention Outreach Worker providing a thank you to FOCUS, which stands … Read More

JMSD Donation

Johnson Matthey Donates $7,000 for Youth

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Our heartfelt thank you to Johnson Matthey for its $7,000 donation in support of our work with homeless and other at-risk youth. Nearly 1,000 youth are known to be homeless in San Diego County and the number is likely much higher. Johnson Matthey, San Diego selected San Diego Youth Services for the donation after receiving … Read More

Allie Wagner Named MC for Creations in Chocolate

Monday, February 11, 2019

Allie Wagner from KUSI News will be Master of Ceremonies for the 13th Annual Creations in Chocolate event on March 14. The event brings together San Diego’s top chocolatiers for an evening of extraordinary chocolate creations and decadent desserts to benefit San Diego Youth Services. Allie grew up in the community of Ramona and studied … Read More

Day For Change

Day for Change Awards SDYS $6,000

Friday, February 8, 2019

We are honored to be a Day for Change grant recipient for the fourth year! The $6,000 grant will help us continue providing safe, affordable housing and comprehensive support services to Transition Age Youth (TAY) ages 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. San Diego Youth Services owns six transitional living communities … Read More