Annual Reports

2020 Accomplishments

Our mission is bigger than San Onofre

2 new board members brought on to the board of directors

Smooth transition to a work from home arrangement

3x increase in social media engagement across platforms. Follow us!

Elevating Indigenous voices and expanding diversity, equity and inclusion in our programs and messaging

Direct Program Accomplishments

2,655 individual virtual actions taken by residents

92 Oceanside High teachers educated by colleagues on San Onofre Radioactive Waste

316 Oceanside High School students learned about nuclear waste in class

2nd annual Songs for SONGS event at the Belly Up

5 video presentations (KOCT, SEI Green Energy Careers, Lessons from COVID, San Diego Earth Day, and video animation)

27 News outlets covering San Onofre

Congressional San Onofre Task Force Report released

public interest suits filed to protect the spent fuel pools

months of San Onofre mural on Patagonia Cardiff storefront

agencies approached for improvements to radiation monitoring

regional groups launched the Coalition for Nuclear Safety

educational posters on exhibit at Oceanside High School

Developed a growth plan for the program expansion

2 counties engaged in the program (San Bernardino and Ventura)

Piloted virtual dance lessons and continued delivering services through remote dance lessons

Joined the San Diego Green New Deal Alliance

Studied the opportunity to reach 100% renewable energy in Puerto Rico

Charted a path forward to amplify the work and voices of Puerto Rican Activists

Fiscal Sponsoree Accomplishments

1 virtual San Diego Zoo event on biodiversity

Moved regular programming to virtual events in November

Developed growth plan for expanding programming to other schools in the San Diego Promise Zone

Pilot the “Swiss chard in my yard” program for growing food at home

Lead testing of soil to ensure health of home gardens

Completed construction on their playground boat

Protected community health and resources after major monsoon flooding

Supported the food and healthcare needs of communities in the region

Partnered with Black Belt Women Rising to enhance access to resources for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

6,000s viewers on resilience-building video program

3 laptops granted to young environmental justice leaders

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2019 Annual Report

Annual Report

We are blown away by how much good work we’ve done together. Hats off to our staff Amanda and Chelsi; to our Board; and most especially to you-our friends, collaborators, volunteers, partners, and donors. Thanks for all your support!

We hope you enjoy seeing the fruits of our collective labor in 2019 and that you will continue to stay involved and help us move forward this year.

With excitement and gratitude,
Bart Ziegler, PhD Community and Environmental Medicine
President, Samuel Lawrence Foundation

    Samuel Lawrence Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.