Urban Corps of San Diego County
Urban Corps of San Diego County was awarded $280,680,000 from the California Natural Resource Agency as a part of its Youth Community Access program.
Urban Corps of San Diego County is pleased to announce that it has completed its CAL FIRE Urban Forest Expansion and Improvement grant by planting 2,000 trees in San Diego County. With these 2,000 trees, Urban Corps has planted more than 8,500 trees throughout the county over the last three years.
Urban Corps of San Diego County was selected as a recipient of a $250,000 grant to fund the revitalization of the Otay Valley Regional Park as part of Republic Services’ 2023 National Neighborhood Promise program.
Urban Corps of San Diego County joined the students of Rock Springs Elementary School to plant trees near the school campus on St. Patrick’s Day.
Urban Corps of San Diego County received a $100,000 donation from the Guild Giving Foundation, a nonprofit organization created by Guild Mortgage to deliver on its commitment to building relationships and strengthening communities.