The Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito Foundation was established in 1977 and is an independent entity managed by 18 Trustees. The Foundation is a tax-deductible receptacle for donations aimed at long-range facilities planning, as well as being a backup for existing operations. The Foundation also acts as a custodian for major grants and bequests in support of specific BGCSDTO programs and activities, and will administer them at its own cost. Contributions arrive through direct gifts (cash, land, stocks, insurance and mortgages) and through delayed gifting via bequests and charitable trusts. Assets today are approximately $3 million, with approximately $12 million in deferred gifts. The Foundation supports the operating Club by:
- Providing non-interest-bearing loans to assist the operating Club’s cash flow
- Undertaking studies and demographic surveys to project future needs
- Seeking land to acquire for new Club facilities
- Making grants for off-budget items such as capital grants and special projects
- Providing scholarships to needy and deserving youth
The Heritage Club is comprised of men and women who have given gifts to the Foundation using any of the following methods:
- An outright gift to the BGCSDTO Foundation of money, securities, property or other marketable assets
- Creation of a unitrust, annuity trust, pooled income fund, short-term trust or life estate program
- Naming the BGCSDTO Foundation as the eventual recipient of life insurance
- Naming the BGCSDTO Foundation to receive a bequest in one’s will
The purpose of the Foundation Scholarship Program is to offer an opportunity for the youth in our community to further their educational goals. The Scholarship Program shall strive to assist young people to pursue a higher degree of education at a community college, trade school or university. It is the goals of the Scholarship Program to continually grow and to be available for youth in perpetuity.
We presently administer the following scholarships:
The Leonard & Edith Polster Scholarship focuses on financial need and potential for success through scholarships to community colleges, state colleges, universities or trade school.
Scripps Memorial Hospital/BGCSDTO Foundation Scholarship provides assistance for youth who are pursuing education in preparation for a role in healthcare (e.g. dietician, certified nursing assistant, radiology, technologist, nurse, phlebotomist, or physical therapy assistant.
The Aulisio Family Scholarship is designed for young adult applicants and focuses on scholarships to community colleges, vocational and technical schools.
Service Beyond Youth is designed for students who participate in community service focusing on scholarships to community colleges, state colleges, universities or trade schools.
W. Douglas Hall
Foundation Board of Directors
Douglas O. Allred
Basil C. Woolley
Donald W. Mitchell
Stephen W. Fletcher
Jeffrey R. Stoke
James M. Watkins
P.O. Box 871
Solana Beach, CA 92075
533 Lomas Santa Fe Dr.
Solana Beach, CA 92075
Hours: M-F 9:00am – 12:00pm
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