The San Diego Foundation Grants $650,888 to Environmental Nonprofits
October 9, 2012

The San Diego Foundation has approved a total of $650,888 in grants to 20 environmental nonprofit organizations in the San Diego region. The individual grants that encompass climate, land and water use, and clean environment initiatives range in size from $9,600 to $45,000. A few of the grantees include Anza-Borrego Foundation, Groundwork San Diego – Chollas Creek, Outdoor Outreach, The Escondido Creek Conservancy, The San Diego River Park Foundation and Walk San Diego.

SU2C Announces More Than $80 Million Pledged So Far in Connection with Sept. 10 Fundraising Special
September 17, 2010

Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) announced that in connection with the Sept. 10, 2010, simultaneous commercial-free telecast, more than $80 million has been pledged so far to accelerate groundbreaking research and bring new treatments to patients as quickly as possible. The telecast is available online at Donations can continue to be made online at and at 1-888-90-STAND (78263).

Nonprofits Gathering at Gateway Center
October 7, 2009

October 7, 2009, Daily Inter Lake The transformation of the former Gateway West Mall into a collective of local nonprofits is in full swing.

Blackbaud and PayPal Offer New, Low-Cost Web Tools for Nonprofits
April 1, 2009

Charleston, S.C. and San Jose, Calif., March 30, 2009 — Blackbaud, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLKB), the leading global provider of software and services designed specifically for nonprofit organizations, and PayPal, a leading global online payment service, today announced the availability of BlackbaudNow™, an affordable solution to help new and growing nonprofits reach their fundraising goals. BlackbaudNow offers nonprofits a point-and-click website builder with secure donation processing and the ability to send emails and record donors’ giving histories.

Easy as Pie
January 1, 2007

Spam filters are a definite improvement in the world of cyber communications. But, face it, it’s annoying and potentially costly to have legitimate e-communications trapped in overzealous filters.

There’s a solution: RSS, or Really Simple Syndication. And, yes, it really is simple. Nonetheless, while some nonprofit organizations have been using RSS as an alternative to e-mail for some time now, others have hung back, unconvinced that a significant percentage of Web users actually are using RSS readers.