Welcome to SDRIC!
We are a community of communities who believe that sharing, learning and serving together benefits everyone. We therefore invite you to not only explore the opportunities to learn about other traditions, but to join in the conversation, make a few friends and work together to make the greater San Diego region a better place.
Email us at email@example.com to know about upcoming opportunities to join the conversation.
Anyone who desires to benefit San Diego. There is no formal membership. This is a neutral, non-political, non-discriminatory collaborative of communities, agencies and individuals. People of every religious tradition as well as those who do not identify with any tradition are welcome to participate.
Groups, organizations and individuals can help defray the costs of this nonprofit site. Please vist the Donate tab.
2022 San Diego Gives Campaign
Support SDRIC on September 8, and before!
SDRIC is excited to be part of the 2022 San Diego Gives campaign, which shines a light on pressing community needs and the nonprofits responding to them.
We all know how important it is to eat local and shop local – now join the movement to GIVE local. This 24-hour online event spotlights the tremendous work of local and independent nonprofit organizations throughout San Diego County. When you make a donation, know that every dollar of your investment will stay local to help our community.
Early giving kicked off Saturday, July 16, in celebration of San Diego’s birthday – 253 years old! All funds raised starting July 16 will be counted towards the September 8 campaign!
Use this link: Support SDRIC through San Diego Gives
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The Dangers of Fentanyl: What Faith Leaders Need to Know
The next SDRIC Gathering will be on Tuesday, September 20, and will focus on the topic of Opioid Addiction, Fentanyl, and Overdoses with Narcan.
5:30 to 8:00 pm, San Diego Bahá’í Faith-Center, 6545 Alcala Knolls Dr, San Diego, CA 92111.
Cost: $25 which includes dinner. If this presents a hardship, contact SDRIC for financial assistance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Register, click here.
- Rockwell “Rocky” Herron
- Evan Hodges, Community Health Worker Liaison – County of San Diego Office of Equitable Communities & Homeless Solutions
- Beverly Monroe, Executive Director – House of Metamorphosis, Inc.