Energizing the San Diego Economy

SDG&E bolsters the local economy through its support of workforce development organizations, community colleges, chambers of commerce, economic development corporations, local industry associations, and other non-profit organizations that assist local small businesses in creating and retaining jobs. When these businesses succeed, all of San Diego succeeds.

Here are a few of the non-profits SDG&E supports:

Accion San Diego creates economic opportunity for primarily lower-income business owners who lack access to traditional sources of credit. SDG&E supports Accion’s technical assistance program to strengthen the financial organization of emerging entrepreneurs, helping them to thrive in their neighborhood communities.

Learn more about?Accion San Diego.

San Diego LISC helps non-profits transform distressed neighborhoods into healthy and sustainable communities that are great places to work, do business, and raise families. Over 20 years, San Diego LISC has helped build over 5,000 affordable homes for almost 19,000 residents from Oceanside to San Ysidro.

SDG&E supports LISC’s Financial Opportunities Centers (FOCs), neighborhood-based personal financial empowerment centers that offer employment and career services, financial education and coaching, and low-cost financial products to encourage investment and savings.

Learn more about?San Diego LISC.

Logan Heights Community Development Corporation (CDC) helps strengthen residents and businesses in greater Logan Heights neighborhoods through community empowerment, education, economic growth, and housing development. SDG&E supports Logan Heights CDC’s Career Financial Advancement Center (CFAC). The CFAC provides a series of comprehensive financial literacy and training programs to help enhance the economic status of residents in greater Logan Heights.

Learn more about Logan Heights Community Development Corporation.

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