April 27, 2017
Attend the EVA Annual Meeting and vote for 13 open seats on the Board of Directors and be social with East Village members and friends.
January 28, 2017
Donate a used prom dress or formal gown for The Princess Project in San Diego. The Princess Project promotes self-confidence and individual beauty by providing free prom dresses and accessories to high school girls who cannot otherwise afford them. Over the past 9 years they have given away 6,050 dresses to local teenagers.
July 1, 2016
Pride 2016 is finally here! Zipcar has partnered with the San Diego LGBT Community Center to drive acceptance and equality forward for the LGBTQ community by donating $1 per hour made on our rainbow branded Pride Zipcars during the Pride month of July.
Two Pride vehicles can be reserved in San Diego —a Ford Escape named “Icedtea” at Strata Apartments and a Ford Focus named “Yelp” at the UCSD Hillcrest Medical Center.
Zipcar’s car sharing movement has always been about building community and we believe that should include everyone. For more information about Zipcar’s Pride program, please visit http://www.zipcar.com/pride2016.
June 7, 2016
Great news for curious imbibers! The Passport Program has come to San Diego. This brand-new discount program features drink specials at 32 different restaurants, bars, and brewery tasting rooms. Customers buy their Passport booklet for $20 and use it all summer long (Memorial Day to Labor Day). Explore new places all over the city and find a new favorite.
December 22, 2015
The East Village Association (EVA) is sad to report the sudden passing of EVA Volunteer Rob Nelson. Rob was part of the Moniker Warehouse family and designed the first parklet in East Village.
May 7, 2016
Chillbox Greek Frozen Yogurt has arrived in San Diego! Enjoy a special 20% off Neighborhood Discount on your first Chillbox purchase at 214 Park Boulevard. Find them next to PETCO Park and enter for your chance to win $100 worth of Greek frozen yogurt!
October 8, 2015
The San Diego Union-Tribune recently posted an op-ed regarding the negative consequences of homeless street feedings. Many groups and individuals come downtown to provide homeless people with food, blankets, and other items, however, service organizations are best able to distribute food and donations. Interested groups and individuals can help these organizations without the unintended consequences. As a result, the Downtown San Diego Partnership's Clean & Safe program has created the San Diego Meal Service Program, a centralized community platform designed to connect public feeding groups with local service providers.
August 12, 2015
Ecoverse, 302 11th Avenue, is undergoing a new project -- Silent Donation! Please participate in this program by bringing in extra unused materials from your home needed to complete Ecoverse's current recycled art projects.
September 24, 2015
Program Manager, Natalie Mendell, goes car-less for a week and explains her experience.
August 1, 2015
Just Wing It! Enjoy 50¢ wings every Thursday from Open to Close at East Village Tavern+Bowl, 930 Market Street. Choose from 9 delicious flavors!