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Small Commercial ProgramIf you’re a small or medium business and an SDG&E customer, you may qualify for customized business solutions that can help you reduce your energy costs and save money.
LightingTime to shine? Time to save. Your...
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The Shuttered Venue Operators (SVO) Grant program was established by The Economic Aid to Hard-Hit Small Businesses, Non-Profits, and Venues Act, signed into law on December 27, 2020. The program includes $15 billion in grants to shuttered venues,...
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You may be eligible for Grant monies for your business or non profit. These are the requirements and APPLY NOW!
ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION

Who can apply?

Small businesses and nonprofits operating in San Diego County may apply.

Eligible businesses to...
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DETERMINACIÓN DE ELEGIBILIDAD  ¿Quién puede solicitar fondos?Las pequeñas empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro que operan en el condado de San Diego pueden solicitar fondos.  Los negocios elegibles serán determinados por los...
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Yesterday, Mayor Faulconer announced that Cal Coast Credit Union, GoFundMe and Qualcomm have each contributed $100,000 to launch a new initiative between the City, Cal Coast Cares Foundation and San Diego Grant Makers to encourage corporate...
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Every Donation Counts!  Give what you can.

The Community Wellbeing San Diego (CWSD) in partnership with the San Diego County Hispanic Chamber are fundraising to buy 20..$25 Grocery Gift Cards for community families affected by COVID-19 who have little to no food.  We hope we can exceed this Goal with the communities support.  

Please Donate at or by using:

California Coast Bank:    
Community...
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Author: Monique Griego (Reporter)
Published: 8:30 PM PDT April 3, 2020
Updated: 8:30 PM PDT April 3, 2020
SAN DIEGO

People across the world are dealing with the impacts of the coronavirus, when it comes to workers, some groups are being hit harder financially than others.

One of the communities hardest hit by the coronavirus economic fallout has been the Latino and Hispanic communities.

“A lot of...
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SAN DIEGO PACE is offering free food and toiletries care packages, meal services, medical services and plenty other resources for people who live in San Diego County and that are 55 years and up. We are a Medi-cal medical plan that covers all...
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Author: City News Service, Richard Allyn (Reporter)
Published: 10:10 PM PST March 6, 2020
Updated: 10:10 PM PST March 6, 2020

City attorney warns of coronavirus-related price gouging

Price gouging can be reported to the Affirmative Civil Enforcement...
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Hello San Diegans,
With everything around us closing due to the Coronavirus, The San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is finding ways to make sure our membership still has the ability to network and reach information which will help their businesses continue. For the month of March and 1st week of April, we will be conducting our Cafecitos & Networking and Latino Business Connections...
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The temporary closure is scheduled from Monday, March 16, through Monday, April 13, pending no other health concerns. It is important for everyone to remember that this temporary closure is in response to a public health crisis. The closure is...
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