There are many ways to support the mission of the CVCC. Your generosity ensures our success! 


The CVCC accepts monetary donations that can be applied to any of our programs or Family Resource Center services. As a community collaborative, the free and low cost health and social wellbeing services provided to our community is limited to the funds available. The CVCC accepts monetary donations that can be applied to any of the the programs or Family Resource Centers services.

All monetary donations are tax deductible.

To make a monetary donation, please contact Margarita Holguin at (619) 427-2290 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In-Kind Gifts

Santa Shop

Held in mid December, low income underserved families indentified through the Family Resource Centers and schools as families needing assistance and support during the holidays are helped with gifts and food. All gifts are beautifully wrapped by CVCC volunteers and given to families along with groceries, so that they too can celebrate the holidays. Gift cards are a great gift for teens. Donations of toys and gifts are always needed.

Community Clothes Closet

Located at Rayo de Esperanza Family Resource Center, with your donation of new or gently used clothing, families have a closet where they can acquire free outfits for each family member so that they don't have to endure the cold during winter and extreme heat in the summer, and have the proper attire necessary for job interviews, for work, and for success and wellbeing.

Adopt a Family Sponsorship

Offers an opportunity to share the spirit of the holidays and give back during the holidays season. Individuals and sponsors adopt FRC identified local families in need and are provided gifts, clothing, money, and food so they too can celebrate the magic and joy of the holidays.

The CVCC also accepts donations for organizational support such as computers, copiers, healthy snacks and office supplies.


Opportunities for students from San Diego State University, University of San Diego, University of Phoenix and UEI College to learn and gain experience in case management connecting underserved clients to emergency shelters, emergency food, counseling and other resources.


Whether it is part time or just a couple of hours a week, volunteers are the motor that drive healthy and safe communities. If you want to take an active role for a better neighborhood and community for your family and yourself, please contact us. There are many events, activities and opportunities with the CVCC.

Your contribution makes a difference for our families.