Carlsbad

Support is available for organizations

The Carlsbad Charitable Foundation, in partnership with the San Diego Foundation, is currently providing financial support for projects that will improve the quality of life in Carlsbad. Local organizations are invited to submit a letter of interest that provides opportunities to invest, respect and grow the community. Areas affected by projects include health, health and human services, arts and culture, youth and educational programs, and environmental sustainability. Projects must have realistic, achievable and long-term prospects within 12 months. The money ranges from $ 5,000 to $ 50,000. Letters must be submitted by December 5 p.m. Get the gift application at bit.ly/3F5mmt.

North County

Job search day is set for Thursday

The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation’s Advocacy San Diego will host a Career Exploration Day and Virtual Career Show on Thursday from 8 30 30 to 5 ፡ 30 30 p.m. This virtual event includes professional development, company information sessions, networks and hiring. It is open to students enrolled in local academic and training programs. Connect with San Diego companies and learn more about their careers in emerging industries. The first 100 students enrolled and attending at sandiegocareers.vfairs.com/en/registration will receive a $ 25 Amazon Gift Card. Visit sandiegobusiness.org.

The San Diego Arc is recognized

San Diego Nonprofit Ark, which serves the disabled, was recently recognized for three years by the Rehabilitation Institutions Recognition Commission, which will operate until May 31, 2024. The review evaluated the Agency’s Community Employment Services, Employment Development, and Employment Support. , And organizational employment services. The commission praised the use of San Diego Arc technology, particularly during the Covenant-19 outbreak. A non-profit organization with training centers in San Marcos, among other sites, responded quickly and provided the necessary remote support to customers. He also provided the necessary training and education in the use of remote supports. The staff is also noted for their diligence, respect and professionalism. Visit arc-sd.com.

The company recognized the two as ambassadors

The Miami-based Monat Thanksgiving, the Monat Global Charity, recently responded to Flbruk Keren-Haፑk Rodriguez and Escondidowa Connie Sánchez as 2021-22 Ambassadors of Thanksgiving to their communities. Monat Global Partners sells hair care, skin care and health products through social media. Rodriguez and her family have created gift baskets for health care workers, sued local law enforcement, and collected toys to bring to hospitals during the Christmas season. In her personal work, KR Desighns, Rodriguez sponsored 90 families in Mexico to provide food during the outbreak. Sánchez is a volunteer with a number of local organizations, including the local Women’s Rescue Center and a rehabilitation program for victims of sexual assault or trafficking. Ambassadors encourage other partners to donate to the community. Visit monatgratitude.com.

There is federal disaster loan assistance.

Small businesses affected by the October 2 pipeline spill may be eligible for low-interest federal risk loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. A Virtual Business Recovery Center has recently opened to help determine eligibility. The SBA has declared the leak a disaster, and aid has been made available to counties, including San Diego. Non-agricultural businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses in aquaculture and most private non-profit organizations may be eligible for loans for up to $ 2 million. Eligibility is based on the financial impact of the accident, not on actual property damage. Apply, get emergency information and download applications at disasterloanassistance.sba.gov. Applicants can also call (800) 659-2955 or email disastercustomerservice@sba.gov. Application deadline is July 27, 2022.

Ocean

Mission Fed opens new branch, donates

Mission Food Credit Union recently opened its 33rd branch in 2267 S. El Camino Real, Suite A. YMCA YFS San Diego County YMCA branch is dedicated to social services. In the oceanic community, it helps homeless youth with transition housing, skills development, behavioral and mental health services and more.

Rancho Bernardo

A resident designated by the Mission Fed Board

An experienced teacher and administrator, Maliga Tolandy, has been appointed by the Board of Directors of the Mission Credit Union. Tolandy, a resident of Rancho Bernardo, has been a member of the credit union’s board of directors for the past six years. Prior to her retirement in June 2016, she worked at the school for more than 30 years, including five years as a business associate and superintendent of Poway Integrated School District and the district’s chief financial officer. Tolandy has served as head of the financial department at four other school districts and the San Diego County Board of Education. She is a member of the School of Business Administration in Southern California and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.

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