The Chino Hills Community Foundation funds scholarships to help economically disadvantaged youth participate in the City of Chino Hills’ Summer Day Camp Program. Scholarships will be awarded to attend 4 weeks of the program. Applications are not currently being accepted. Please check back for updates.
The Community Foundation has funded three adaptive swings for three playgrounds in Chino Hills. Adaptive swings are specially designed swings for special needs individuals.
We have been told that adaptive swings are the number one most enjoyed piece of play equipment by special needs individuals.
Our Foundation can make a difference and we are thrilled to make this happen. The Foundation will continue to explore a variety of amenities to enhance recreation and enjoyment in our city.
- Adopt-A-Family Program
- Scholarship Program
- Military Branners
- Utility Box Art.
Current Fundraising Efforts
- Crossroads Park All Inclusive Playground – $100,000 (goal)
- Chino Hills Adopt-a-Family Program – $1,000 (given annually since 2015)
- Chino Hills Library Enhancements – $75,000
- Senior Scholarship Program – $5,000
- Youth Recreation Scholarship Program – Year to date given $82,500; annual giving of – $12,800
- Chino Hills Community Center – $326,700 (includes donation from bricks I&II project and artwork SB County
- Chino Hills Hiking Trails Enhancements – $75,000
- Playground at Los Serranos Park – $173,000
- Adaptive Swings at City Park – $3,000
- Chino Hills Military Monument & Flag Pole – $5,500
- Chino Hills Utility Box Art -annual giving of $6,100
- Yellow Bus Program – $1,500
- Military Banner Program – year to date given, $1,664; annual giving of $7,700
- Concerts in the Car – $3,000