SAY San Diego awarded $35,000 grant from The San Diego Women’s Foundation to help refugees, asylees, and asylum-seekers in City Heights

This grant will support the New Arrivals Support Program (NASP) that operates from SAY San Diego’s Crawford Community Connection (CCC) school-based family resource center in City Heights. The program “bridges the gap between a refugee, asylum seeker or asylee’s arrival to the U.S. and a […]

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SAY San Diego

SAY San Diego is the grateful recipient of a The San Diego Women's Foundation grant that will support the New Arrivals Support Program (NASP) that operates from SAY’s Crawford Community Connection school-based resource center in City Heights. The grant will allow for expanded services for refugee, asylee, and asylum seeker youth and families such as individualized case management, connections to social services, events that promote cultural inclusion, and tangible resources that foster successful transitions to education and employment. “SAY San Diego is incredibly grateful and inspired by the women of the San Diego Women's Foundation for their essential support of the refugee, asylee and newcomer community,” states Nancy Gannon Hornberger, CEO of SAY San Diego. “So important every day, but especially in these critical moments.”

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