Make a Donation
Each year since 1987, the prestigious San Diego Festival of the Arts™ has served to raise money for programs that focus on improving the lives of San Diego children, adults and wounded warriors through adaptive sports, recreation and education programs. This year, the Torrey Pines Kiwanis Foundation has pledged over $90,000 to support 23 nonprofits that serve persons with disabilities.
The following programs will receive funding in 2018 from the Torrey Pines Kiwanis Foundation, Inc.
- Adapted Physical Education San Diego Unified Schools
- Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association
- Aseltine School
- Cal-Diego Paralyzed Veterans Association
- Canine Companions for Independence, Inc.
- Challenged Sailors San Diego Inc.
- Children's Holiday Magic Project
- Durango Snow Ski Program
- Grossmont Union High School District Adapted Physical Education
- Hage Elementary
- Helen Woodward Animal Center
- Mission Bay Aquatic Center Adaptive Water Sports
- Operation Game On
- Paws’itive Teams
- San Diego Brain Injury Foundation
- San Diego Wounded Warrior Tennis Program
- Sharp Rehabilitation Center
- St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center
- Torrey Pines Christian Church Surf Ministry
- University of San Diego, San Diego Circle K International
- Wheelchair Dancers Organization
- Wheelchair Lacrosse
Grant and Scholarship Applications
The TPK’s mission is to provide support to eligible programs that support San Diegans with disabilities. Grant requests are due October 1 for programs requesting funding the following year. Requests are welcomed throughout the year and will be evaluated during the month of November of each year.
It all starts here with your application for grants and ski scholarships.
- To apply for TPK Foundation grants, download the following file: Beneficiary Funding Request Form.
- To apply for a scholarship to experience the exhilaration and independence that comes with skiing on the slopes of the San Juan Mountains in Durango, Colorado, download the following file: Ski Scholarship Form.