San Diego Foundation Focuses New Round Of Relief Funds On Communities Hit Hard By Pandemic
A sign thanks patrons of Adams Avenue businesses for following COVID-19 preca...

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Above: A sign thanks patrons of Adams Avenue businesses for following COVID-19 precautions on the marquee of the shuttered Discount Fabrics in Normal Heights. Dec. 10, 2020.

On Wednesday, the San Diego Foundation announced it would be giving out $300,000 to small businesses from the Black, Latino and Asian communities.

The money comes from the foundation’s COVID-19 response fund, which has so far raised $64 million to…

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