Council President Bry presents Workplace Gender Equity Day proclamation to Hei-ock Kim, along with members of the Councilmember's Workplace Equity Initiative

City of San Diego Presents Kim Center With Workplace Gender Equity Day Proclamation

The City of San Diego declared August 19, 2018 to be Workplace Gender Equity Day. The Kim Center is honored to be recognized by Barbara Bry,┬áPresident Pro Tem of the City of San Diego Council. Executive Director Hei-ock Kim received the proclamation on behalf of everyone who is striving to entrench gender equity in our workplace cultures. The proclamation included …

Kim Center Receives Lemon Grove Proclamation For Workplace Gender Equity Day

Mayor Raquel Vasquez and Councilmembers of the City of Lemon Grove proclaimed August 18, 2018 as Workplace Gender Equity Day in honor of the 98th anniversary of suffrage in the United States. Also included is a special commendation for the Kim Center’s efforts to unite San Diego County into a model of progress by 2025. The Mayor made a point …

Kim Center Deepens Local Relations at Nonprofit Academy

June 4, 2018 The Kim Center of Social Balance participated in the Nonprofit Academy last week, sponsored by the City of San Diego and hosted by the Nonprofit Institute at University of San Diego. This two-day workshop regularly sells out, and is designed to accelerate nonprofit success and sustainability in San Diego. Featuring City staff, University professors, and other local …

San Diego County Supervisors Approve 2nd Grant for Kim Center

February 14, 2018 News Release Supervisor Greg Cox recommended a second award of $5,000 for the Kim Center for Social Balance on February 13, 2018, in support of the Kim Center’s efforts to create workplace gender equity. The Board of Supervisors approved the additional funding from the County Neighborhood Reinvestment Program.┬áThe award will allow the Kim Center to complete its …

County Supervisors Approve New Grants Worth $1.2 Million

THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE DECEMBER 5, 2017 BY JEFF MCDONALD The Board of Supervisors awarded 37 grants totaling $1.2 million under a program that allows elected officials to direct millions of tax dollars to charities and to public agencies across San Diego County. The grants were the latest made under the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program, a $10 million annual project that …