Social Equity Collaborative Fund | 2016 Grantees

2016 Grantee Projects

Engage San Diego - Engage San Diego envisions collective power to win social, economic, and health justice through the integration of voter engagement and organizing to build a culture of voting, policy education, community leadership development, strategic research and experiments, and coordinated communications. The collaborative’s 12 partner organizations work together to build a nonpartisan voter mobilization to turn out disenfranchised voters for the issues affecting its constituents and members - including health, environmental health, land use, transportation equity, and social justice.

  • Partners: ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties | Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment | Alliance San Diego | Center on Policy Initiatives | Environmental Health Coalition | San Diego LGBT Community Center
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Partners for Progress - Partners for Progress (P4P) is a collaborative of social equity advocacy and social service organizations that improves the lives of San Diegans through narrative change (reframing social policy issues); system change (making San Diego County government more transparent and accountable to residents); and leadership development. P4P convenes the Multi-Sector Alliance to bring together social equity advocacy organizations with nontraditional stakeholders who might not otherwise be associated with social equity causes to achieve changes at the County level.

  • Partners: Clean Slate Clinic | Engage San Diego San Diego Imperial Counties Labor Council | SEIU United Service Workers West
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San Diego Youth Development Office - San Diego Youth Development Office (YDO) supports positive youth development strategies that improve outcomes for more than 40,000 Opportunity Youth in the county by connecting, convening, and engaging stakeholders and their resources to advance the health and economic wellbeing of San Diego’s youth. YDO’s San Diego Youth Opportunity Pathways Initiative helps reconnect low and moderate income youth with education, training and employment.