LOU ANN VOGLER GRANTS PROGRAM
Some people dream of success while other people
get up every morning and make it happen.
~ Wayne Huizenga.
Altrusans represent people who wake up every morning and find ways to make things happen. Not only do we find ways to make things happen, but we help others do so as well. This year, the Altrusa Club of Chula Vista, Inc. Foundation awarded $20,000 to organizations and individual members of our community.
LOU ANN VOGLER
Lou Ann Vogler was an important part of our District, serving as the District's “Web Mistress” for at least two biennium and took our District kicking and screaming into the 21st Century, helping to set up Club websites and our District website. Once Lou Ann accepted a responsibility, she completed that responsibility no matter how difficult. Lou Ann got our Club to accept credit cards and use Square. She completed the process that created our Club's Foundation and was adamant about starting a grant program for the Foundation. She passed away shortly after we implemented our new grant program, which we named the Lou Ann Vogler Memorial Grants Program in her honor.
To support and promote healthy
youth development, the Border View Family YMCA partnered with Winward Academy to improve college access and readiness for students in the AVID program at San Ysidro High School.
San Diego Youth
Symphony & Orchestra
The Community Opus Project includes after school instrumental orchestra and band programs for students in Chula Vista.
Days for Girls
Days for Girls Rwamagana is
a chapter of Days for Girls International, which works toward the goal of every woman having access to feminine hygiene. They were awarded the best Days for Girls Enterprise in East Africa.
Water for Children Africa
Water for Children Africa provides safe, sustainable water to rural villages in Africa. For children, access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene keeps them alive
and healthy and gives them a chance to go to school to gain an education, reduces inequalities, and creates a brighter future.
The Charles K. Nichols Theatre Intern Program is a free
year-long theatre arts training program open to high school
and community college students who are in their sophomore-senior years or college freshmen enrolled in a South Bay area school.
The Quin Murphy Foundation provides scholarships for scholars, athletes, and students who face obstacles, as well as students who aspire to enter the medical field. They hope to inspire students to provide safe and effective healthcare to their future patients.