Philanthropy

Leadership AcademyThe quality of people matters. As a fixture in the La Jolla Shores community, we remain active in lending a hand to better our local, national and international communities. Here are some of the past and present organizations with which we have been involved:

  • Christian Youth Theatre

    The biggest community theater in San Diego, and the largest youth theater in the nation. Founded in 1981, Christian Youth Theatre trains children ages 4 -18 in seasonal sessions that end with Broadway-style musical performances.

  • Friends of Kellogg Park

    The neighboring residents and businesses in La Jolla Shores formed the Friends of Kellogg Park to protect, maintain and beautify La Jolla Shores’ Kellogg Park.

  • Human Factor Leadership Academy

    The first international development educational program of the International Institute for Human Factor Development, committed to producing honest and compassionate leaders who will one day bring monumental change to the continent of Africa.

  • Kiva.org

    The first person-to-person micro-lending website, Kiva.org is an international organization connecting lenders with entrepreneurs worldwide.

  • Kiwanis

    Founded in 1915, Kiwanis consists of over 16,000 clubs in 70 countries as an organization committed to improving the lives of ordinary people, children and communities.

  • KPBS

    A non-profit, San Diego media outlet focused on providing high-quality programming including local news, arts, music and community events.

  • La Jolla Shores Microbusiness District

    An initiative comprised of La Jolla Shores business and property owners dedicated to improving the safety, aesthetics and commercial success of the La Jolla Shores business district. The organization hosts the annual La Jolla Shores Fall Fest to give back to the surrounding community.

  • San Diego Art Institute

    Founded in 1955, the San Diego Art Institute is devoted to maintaining a center for emerging artists and the visual arts in San Diego.

  • Point Loma Nazarene University Entrepreneurial Enrichment Board

    A collective of executives and business owners who work with the PLNU Fermanian Business Center staff to determine the strategy, policy, and procedures of the Entrepreneurial Enrichment Program.