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San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund Reaches $6.2 Million

David C. Copley Foundation and The California Wellness Foundation Contribute a Combined $350,000, Respond to Dr. Seuss Match Challenge

San Diego CA— The San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund at The San Diego Foundation has received $6.2 million in donations, thanks to new contributions from individuals and organizations, including $250,000 from the David C. Copley Foundation and $100,000 from The California Wellness Foundation.

Thanks to a matching campaign through the Dr. Seuss Fund at The San Diego Foundation, the donations from the David C. Copley Foundation and The California Wellness Foundation are amplified with an additional $175,000 in matching support.

“The David C. Copley Foundation is grateful for The San Diego Foundation and for all the individuals and corporations in our community who have stepped in to support those affected by this crisis,” shared Kimberly Koch, Chief Operating Officer at the David C. Copley Foundation. “This is unfamiliar territory for all of us and it’s heartwarming to see the community pull together and collaborate as one.”

Businesses, organizations and individuals can donate and find additional information about the San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund at SDFoundation.org/COVID19.