We are teaming up with the San Diego Foundation to work on an exciting new project and we need your help.

Over the next year, we are going to be putting together 10 stories highlighting San Diego’s community success stories, and we are actively looking for story ideas and suggestions.

We want to find individuals at a grassroots level who have spotted something wrong or something that needed fixing in their community and conquered it — someone who has helped improve housing, transportation, parks, streets or other quality-of-life issues in the county. We’re not looking for politicians or high-profile types. We’re hoping to find everyday people whose experiences can serve as a guide for other San Diegans looking to help their families, their neighbors, and maybe even their employees create the best homes and communities possible.

So please, do me a huge favor and pass this post around to everyone you know. And e-mail me at andrew.donohue@voiceofsandiego.org with any and all of your thoughts, ideas and suggestions.

Thank you for your help.


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