Stop by San Diego City College every Thursday between 9:30am-11:30am and shop for organic produce grown Downtown. The stand is located in Curran Plaza, just up the stairs from the farm.
The farm is constantly changing. Stop by each week and enjoy something new and delicious!
If you would like to volunteer at the farm, stop by and lend a hand. Check in with Jenny. It’s located near the corner of 14th and C St on the San Diego City College campus.
Or, support the farm by donating through Support the Farm.
For more information, go to Seeds at City.
Little Italy Residents Association offers residents the opportunity to get
involved with local
events and give input
on new civic projects.
For more information about Little Italy Residents Association and meeting location, visit www.lirasd.org.
San Diego Downtown Residents Group represents the interest of Downtown residents.
For more information about the San Diego Downtown Residents Group and meeting location, visit www.sddrg.org.
Cortez Neighbors share thoughts, ideas, and concerns resulting in the creation of action plans to make the Cortez neighborhood a safe, friendly, and an enjoyable place to live.
Residents interested in participating in the neighborhood community group, contact Rita Collier at email@example.com.
EVCAN is a community group representing East Village’s diverse mix of residents, businesses, and social service agencies.
This network, consisting of various agencies and local residents, meets and discusses the concerns of East Village residents. Their goal is to improve the quality of life in their neighborhood by beautifying East Village through art projects while working on the challenging social issues.
For more information about EVCAN, visit www.evcan.net.
The YWCA of San Diego is soliciting your help in supporting the Cortez Hill Family Center’s Children’s Therapy Program. This program focuses on providing intensive counseling services to the children residing at the Cortez Hill Family Center, the YWCA’s residential program for homeless families.
In order to ensure that the program is a success, the YWCA is in need of a variety of new supplies, including: therapy games; art supplies, including crayons, markers, construction paper, scissors, glue, paints, clay, pipe cleaners, and popsicle sticks; costumes; books; toys, including dolls, puppets, doctor kits, cars, trucks, play money, animal figures, telephones, action figures, plastic binoculars, sunglasses, and Legos; and storage containers.
For more information on donating cash or items to this very worthy cause, visit Cortez Hill Family Center.
There are a myriad of opportunities to help improve local life and give back to the place we call home - our Downtown.