The virtual event will highlight the work of two grantees: Family Health Centers of San Diego, and Served Up Sober.
The San Diego Human Dignity Foundation (SDHDF) will host a virtual event to spotlight two of their grantees, Family Health Centers of San Diego and Served Up Sober. The "Community Conversations & Spotlight" event will be held on Wednesday, April 14 at 5:30 pm.
Hosted by SDHDF board member Melody Corvalan, participants will get to hear an in-depth conversation with the grantees, discussing how the funds are being used to support the community.
Founded in 1996, SDHDF works to improve the quality of life within the LGBTQ community by promoting responsible philanthropy to enact positive social change.
More information about the event is here.