What is the Ambassadors Foundation?
The Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS® (SDAR's) Ambassadors Foundation a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to supporting local San Diego charities in their efforts to give back to the community. The charities that benefit from the Ambassadors Foundation are chosen once a year by the Board of Directors in order to continually broaden our reach throughout San Diego.
Charities supported by the Ambassadors Foundation
The Angel's Depot provides FREE "Senior Food-for-a-Week" 21-Meal Emergency Food Boxes to seniors who live on $985 or less per month. Meal boxes contain 21 nutritious, nonperishable meals, providing food security for the seniors. 50,000 senior citizens live in poverty in San Diego County. Our work will not be finished until there are no more seniors living with the pain and shame of hunger. The Angel's Depot is a nonprofit corporation; your donations are tax deductible.
Our main goal is to offer help and assistance to military families in their time of need. Since our inception, we have helped over 11,000 families with car repairs, computers, furniture, food assistance and much more. Homefront San Diego is an all volunteer organization and every penny of your donation directly benefits our families in need right here in San Diego County. Homefront San Diego is partnered with Navy League of the United States – San Diego Council which is a 501(c)(3) organization.
It's All About the Kids Foundation is a non-profit organization that creates new and innovative programs to benefit children's charities and enhance the lives of less fortunate children and their families. Partying for a Purpose produces special events and fundraisers for the It's All About the Kids Foundation. It's All About the Kids Foundation and Partying for a Purpose are committed to the advancement of children through the joining of music, the arts and the generosity of corporations and individuals.
PAWS San Diego preserves the human-animal bond by providing essential pet services and support to low-income elderly, chronically ill and disabled individuals. PAWS envisions a world where, the physical, emotional and social benefits of pet ownership are cherished; it is universally accepted that helping pets equals helping people; animal care, health care and social service providers work collaboratively to address human wellness and strengthen the human-animal bond; volunteers feel empowered & successfully advance the well-being of people and pets in need; and our services are broad enough that we positively impact people and pets we may never see.
Creating opportunities for self-sufficiency by providing job readiness training, employment placement, affordable housing and life skills for homless and unemployed men, women, and youth.