Access to the right tools is key to building a thriving community.
And we want to help you find the resources you need.
We live in a caring community with many organizations offering a wide variety of programs available to help build up a more equitable future for all San Diegans. Please see the resources below or feel free to contact us if we can be helpful getting you headed in the right direction.
Low-cost internet options for qualifying families.
The Balboa Park Cultural Partnership provides free annual Explorer family passes to economically disadvantaged families that express interest in experiencing the cultural institutions of Balboa Park, and who might not have the opportunity to do so otherwise.
Community Housing Works (CHW) facilitates homeowner education workshops that strengthen Habitat for Humanity homeowners’ financial literacy and planning, giving them the tools they need to be successful in their homes and their futures.
GRID Alternatives makes renewable energy technology and job training accessible to underserved communities. They have provided more than 30 San Diego Habitat homeowners with a source of clean, local energy – providing cost savings and long term benefits.
In 2011, San Diego Habitat for Humanity established an endowment with The San Diego Foundation. The charitable fund assures that the mission of Habitat for Humanity to build simple, decent, and affordable homes for ownership by local families in need will continue in perpetuity.
The YMCA of San Diego County offers a one-year complimentary family membership to each Habitat homeowner who requests it, which includes a variety of programs and services focused on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
The City of San Diego’s Help to Others (H2O SD) Program is a bill payment assistance option for qualified water utility customers with low or fixed incomes within the City of San Diego. It is funded by voluntary contributions and can help prevent utility service interruptions.