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Stay in the loop with SAY San Diego’s events, initiatives, and successes by browsing our blog. In it, you’ll find information regarding current campaigns, messages from our CEO, and much more.

SAY San Diego’s Annual Holiday Hopes Gift Drive

For several decades, SAY San Diego has provided holiday cheer and support to children and families. This year, striving to come through the COVID-19 crisis, we need to be especially responsive and help families more than ever. Many families are facing tough challenges, with record-high cost of living and expenses to meet every-day needs. The […]

SAY Stands Against Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is especially important now as the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has radically changed the lives of individuals. There are victims of abuse that have the added crisis of being quarantined at home with an abuser and/or social distancing from the community at a time they really need guidance and […]

2021 Light Our Way Campaign

WHAT: A regional teen coalition committed to promoting healthy, resilient communities, is teaming up with San Diego County Board of Supervisor Chair Nathan Fletcher to launch Light Our Way 2021. A county-wide celebration of Graduates, Everyday Heroes, and Resilient Communities, Light Our Way honors the Class of 2021 and San Diegans, from all walks of […]

Light Our Way 2021

Join SAY San Diego in supporting the Light Our Way campaign and its’ mission of celebrating hope, joy, and resilience of all San Diegans who are striving to make it through these uncertain times. In 2020 our partners at Advocates for Change Today, designed a three-day campaign as a way to honor graduates who were […]

SAY San Diego’s Annual Holiday Hopes Gift Drive

For several decades, SAY San Diego has provided holiday cheer and support to children and families. This year, due to the COVID-19 crisis, we need to be especially responsive and help families more than ever. Many families are facing tough challenges, with many parents out of work or having their wages cut. The holiday season can add extra stress and heightened expectations for parents and […]

SAY San Diego’s Dads Corps Program

CALLING ALL DADS!!! The Dads Corps program is FREE and open to all fathers including Civilian Dads, Active Duty Dads, Veteran Dads, and Dads-To-Be!  Dad Corps provides fathers opportunities to thrive as “Parents, Partners, and Providers.” Dads Corps understands the unique challenges of parenting.  We support dads by sharing new insights and approaches to parenting […]

We stand for equity, opportunity, inclusion and well-being, every day, at SAY San Diego.

At SAY San Diego, we value diversity in our workforce and all of our relationships as a vital, creative and moral strength and key to our success. We intentionally engage and embrace diverse experiences, perspectives and talents. We promote equity, opportunity and well-being by acting to rebalance power and privilege within our organization, relationships, communities […]

Covid-19 impact on those affected by domestic violence

The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has radically changed the lives of all individuals. There are victims of abuse that have the added crisis of being quarantined at home with an abuser and/or social distancing from the community at a time they really need guidance and help. SAY San Diego would like to create awareness about those […]

WHAT IS SAY San Diego DOING FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARNESS MONTH?

1)Spreading Information and Resources  SAY San Diego’s is sharing information and facts on domestic violence awareness month to help educate our individuals, families, and communities better. You can find this information on our blog, Facebook, or Twitter accounts. We encourage all members of the SAY SD community to repost and share information to spread awareness. Sharing information and educating your friends […]

October is domestic violence awareness month

SAY San Diego strives for a future without intimate partner violence. Domestic violence is a problem and SAY wants to be part of the solution by raising awareness to those that have loved ones in an abusive situation. In order to end domestic violence, it is important that everyone does their part.  October is domestic violence awareness month.1  […]

CONTACT INFORMATION

For all public relations matters, including interview requests, story ideas, high-resolution photos, fact checking, or to be added to our media distribution list, please contact:

Nancy Gannon Hornberger, CEO
(858) 565-4148, ext. 234/

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