Deon Edwards is the creator and owner of, including the domain name, the physical website, all its subdomains, and the content. Deon Edwards was entitled to be paid by Diamond Bar Community Foundation for the money he put toward the hard costs of building the website as he created it, but the organization did NOT do so. This creative work, physical product and website remain active solely as an act of community service by Deon Edwards to benefit community residents.

Please read all instructions before applying to receive a grant. The Diamond Bar Community Foundation Agreement Form is a two page printable and downloadable PDF document.  

Diamond Bar Community Foundation awards grants to organizations that serve the Diamond Bar community and focus on the city’s cultural, recreational or social needs. This includes education, performing arts, and sports, in addition to food distribution for those in need, customary holidays and safety.

Diamond Bar Community Foundation gives City of Diamond Bar grant to help sponsor the “Through My Lens Photo Contest” 

(DBCF Board Member Gil Rivera presents check)

Photo contest is open to Diamond Bar residents of all ages and photographers of all skill levels. Photos may appear in Diamond Bar Community Foundation’s Windmill magazine and website, and displayed in other ways to promote the City and the Through My Lens contest.

Diamond Bar Community Foundation gives South Pointe Performing Arts Booster Club a $1000 Grant

(DBCF Board Member Gil Rivera presents check)

The South Pointe Performing Arts Booster Club supports the performing arts at South Pointe Middle School, a public school in Diamond Bar, California. Activities include planning and coordination of performances and activities by students and providing necessary financial support.

Diamond Bar Community Foundation Gives $1000 Grant to Diamond Bar High School Track and Field Program

(DBCF Advisory Board Member Deon Edwards presents check)

South Asian Parent Association (SAPA) received a $1000 grant from Diamond Bar Community Foundation (DBCF). 

SAPA enhances the sense of community and belonging of the students at Diamond Bar High School by celebrating the Indian and sub-continent cultures through education and arts, promoting parent and community involvement, sponsoring cultural events/activities, and fostering the spirit of the school’s multicultural community.

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