Information for Residents of
      Rancho Santa Fe
Information for Residents of
Rancho Santa Fe

Rancho Santa Fe is home to well over a dozen 501(c)(3) tax deductable charities. Consider donating to one or more of these charities in your annual gift giving planning.

Amigos De Osuna

Amigos De Osuna pays for the upkeep of one of the region's original Adobe Ranch houses dating back to the 1830s. The adobe is maintained as a museum open to everyone, located in the Osuna Ranch hunter/jumper training facility on Via De Santa Fe. Consider visiting it, and consider donating (select Amigos de Osuna on the form) to help preserve the building for future generations.

The Library Guild of RSF

Our village library operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit and provides much more than a library. It has a full programming calendar for kids and adults alike including book signings, book clubs, craft workshops and a full array of children's programming. Consider becoming an annual member or directly donating to them.

Rancho Santa Fe Senior Center

The Senior Center provides a very full activity calendar targeted towards, you guessed it, seniors. From bridge lessons, to yoga classes, to comedy shows, to arts and crafts, the senior center has it all. Well worth checking out if any of this sounds interesting, and also do remember that they are set up as a 501(c)(3) and accept donations.

RSF Historical Society

The RSF Historical Society operates a museum and gift shop located in the Village, open 10am - 3pm Tuesday through Friday. This 501(c)(3) is currently fundraising to be able to purchase online archival software to allow the Museum's rich collection of documents and artifacts to be uploaded onto the web for all to see anytime.

The Country Friends

The Country Friends provides meal programs, educational workshops for low-income families, emergency assistance for survivors of sexual assault, rehabilitation programs for victims of human trafficking, outreach initiatives for breast cancer, therapy for foster children, and numerous other life-changing endeavors. They also operate a consignment shop at the corner of El Tordo and Avenida de Acacias in the Village. In addition to accepting donations and operating various events, volunteers are always welcome to help with their programs.