Through the generosity of our Board Member and Vice Chair, Mark Allan and his wife Maria, we have an OPPORTUNITY TO DOUBLE DONATIONS between now and the end of the year, up to a value of $100,000.
Double your impact today! CLICK HERE>> Select “Rancho Bernardo Expansion” under Area of Designation.
You can also help us create a welcoming environment at our new location by checking out our Amazon.com Wish List. Browse the list here>> From affordable paper clips and notepads to essential dishes and silverware, you’ll find a wide range of items that can make a big difference. Your support means the world to us as we settle into our new space. Thank you for shopping and helping us create a thriving community.
Naming Opportunities Available!
Rancho Bernardo Oasis is our very first forever home, a building we own instead of renting. Thus, we are offering naming opportunities – for a list, please click here and contact Simona@SanDiegoOasis.org to discuss details.
Other ways to support our Mission:
- Add a donation to your registration form when you sign up for classes.
- Browse our Amazon Wish List for basic staples that we need in our new location.
- Replace something with a donation (nail salon, fancy coffee, or lunch at a restaurant are just a few ideas).
- Donate a vehicle you no longer use or want to replace.
- Become a monthly donor. Small monthly amounts add up to significant yearly amounts!
- Consider becoming a Legacy Circle member.
- Endow a program (Love music? Love cooking? Love history or humanities? We have many opportunities!).
- Take advantage of our Events/Rental spaces. Contact us for more information.
- Visit our Donate page to learn more and see other ways to support our mission.
Contact us to talk about your level of interest! There is a way for everyone to be a part of building the programs that we offer (and you can designate where you want your donation to go!). Contact Simona Valanciute: Simona@SanDiegoOasis.org
Eileen Haag published community newspapers for more than 20 years and has provided consulting services to a variety of clients. After the Witch Creek fires of 2007, she chaired the RB United Coalition to help Rancho Bernardo recover and rebuild after losing more than 300 homes.
She has chaired the Board of Directors at Casa de las Campanas, a continuing care retirement community, the Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation and has served on the Board of the Poway Center for Performing Arts Foundation.
Barbara has been named a Salvation Army Woman of Dedication, a Soroptimist Woman of Distinction, and has been inducted into the Rancho Bernardo Hall of Fame. Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Rancho Bernardo News.
Barbara Warden was a San Diego City Councilmember who also served as Deputy Mayor and represented the city on SANDAG. Her community service began in Rancho Bernardo on the board of the RB Chamber and the Bank of Rancho Bernardo. Warden was named one of “50 people to watch” in 2003 when she led the Downtown San Diego Partnership. Her bio includes President of the Holiday Bowl, trustee of CSUSM, Palomar Hospital Foundation, Super Bowl committee and the Century Club.
Warden and Haag started a community newspaper, the Bernardo News, in 1971 It was designed to develop an open communication among all neighborhoods and cover local news. Warden and her husband Richard have lived in RB since 1970. They proudly claim 2 sons and 4 grandsons.
Construction Partner | BSD Builders
Architect | Matt Teichner, Material Design
Interior Design | Kelly K. Aljibury, NCIDQ, LEED AP, WELL AP
Experts Committee | Linda Stouffer Wallis | Wayne Davis, AIA