From literacy, to child abuse and sex trafficking, the Fusenot Foundation has supported organizations that focus on tackling
some of the state's pressing social issues.
YWCA of San Diego County empowers individuals and families to break the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness, and achieve self-sufficiency. Serving more than 8,200 people annually, YWCA provides a diverse array of residential programs and community services, including emergency and short-term shelter, longer-term housing, comprehensive housing solutions, and integrated services. YWCA is committed to helping individuals and families secure immediate safety, overcome trauma, improve their economic and housing status, and gain independence. Together, YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and advocating for peace, justice, and freedom for all.
“We are grateful for the continued generosity of the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation. Their support helps us end domestic violence in our community, and provide life-saving services and vital resources to more than 7,100 people each year in our Becky’s House® Domestic Violence Programs.”
To open opportunities for life success by inspiring a commitment to reading.
"The Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation’s continued support of Words Alive allows us
to continue to make reading matter in San Diego. Literacy is the foundation of community and
economic development. When everyone can read, whole communities thrive."
Patrick Stewart, Executive Director
We serve San Diego's sex trafficking victims by offering a real way out.
GenerateHope is a Christian faith-based organization providing a long-term, comprehensive, housing and recovery program to young women who have been sexually trafficked, so that they are able to reintegrate into society and walk powerfully into their future.
"Thank you so much for supporting GenerateHope and partnering with us to fight sex trafficking in San Diego. Your support helps us to assist women in need so that they can get on their feet & move toward independence. Without support from foundations like Fusenot we couldn’t do the work that we do."
Susan Munsey, LCSW, Director of Programs
Voices for Children transforms the lives of abused children by providing them with volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs).
“Voices for Children’s widespread positive impact on the San Diego County foster care community is made possible by the generous support of those who passionately believe in our mission. We are so grateful to our friends at the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation for your compassion and concern for abused, neglected, and abandoned children. Thank you for your generous funding, which helps to provide safety, stability, and brighter futures for children in San Diego County foster care.”
Sharon M. Lawrence, Esq., President & CEO
Voices for Children
To enhance and improve the quality of life for families and individuals of all ages by providing an array of mental/behavioral health, educational and social services in a fiscally responsible manner.
“Since 1992, the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation has contributed generously to Vista Hill’s important programs. Their support of our SAFIR (Supporting Adolescents and Families in Recovery) program has made a lasting impact allowing us to provide life-changing assistance to thousands of challenged teens and their families over the years. We are grateful and honored by their support, and appreciate their concern for difficult issues and situations that many turn away from.”
Rachel Peniche, Executive Director
Friends of Vista Hill
New Entra Casa is a residential program for women, and their children, who are coming out of jails and prisons. We are licensed and certified to deliver substance abuse treatment. We meet the need for a place to live while they learn the tools to succeed at breaking the cycles of poor choices, recidivism, and in many cases, abuse. The house is manned twenty-four hours a day by staff. We provide the women with a myriad of services to treat her presenting problems. Every woman is given an individually designed program to address the issues that led to her incarceration. These services include housing, food, counseling, job preparation, life skills, case management, and advocacy.
"The Fusenot Foundation has continued to be a beacon of hope and support for us throughout the years while we have continued to deliver the services our clients need to break the cycles of poor choices, recidivism, and abuse. These grants have met us at our point of need time after time. The support we receive supersedes monetary support. It encourages the morale of our team that works to address the presenting issues for our ladies. It causes us to feel that we are not alone in our belief that everyone deserves a chance at a new way of life. The Fusenot Foundation stands with us as we teach these ladies the tools that will effect lasting change in their lives and the lives of their children.Thank you, thank you, and thank you to all of our friends at the Fusenot Foundation."
Kim Kelley, Executive Director
New Entra Casa
Alexandria House is a transitional residence and house of hospitality for women and children in need. Located in mid-city Los Angeles, it provides safe and supportive housing to single women and women with children in the process of moving from emergency shelter to permanent housing. Alexandria House also responds to community needs and provides a gathering place for residents and neighbors alike. Alexandria House is consciously anti-racist and committed to creating a community with the values of mutuality, dignity and respect.
"The George and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation has consistently been there for us over the years, and they have been faithful in their giving and support."
Celebrating 50 Years of Goodwill