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Ending Domestic Violence – Volunteer Event

The Family Violence Appellate Project is gearing up for a great SF community event. It is the 5th annual attorney battle of the bands fundraiser event Banding Together to End Domestic Violence.

Banding Together to End Domestic Violence June 14

Time: 5pm – 10pm

Where: 1015 Folsom Nightclub,1015 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103

Bands […]

Reading First – Volunteering for Literacy

The READING FIRST program is a wonderful early reading program. Each volunteer reader gets 10 books to read to a school group that they choose (grade level and school); the books are supplied by Wells Fargo / Scholastic and after we read the book, we get to leave them at the school library. This […]

Volunteer at Family Paths event

Family Paths is a non-profit organization of mental health professionals and dedicated volunteers that provide a number of mental health and supportive services to low income, multi-stressed individuals and families. They are a multicultural agency committed to serving families of Alameda County regardless of age, ethnicity/race, financial status, language, sexual orientation, immigration status, class, religion, […]

John F Kennedy Elementary School

JFK is a winner in so many ways…. now they have “WON” an $1000 Service Award from Wells Fargo. I applied for this grant and the school was selected. I requested money for books for the kids I read to — this feels oh so good!!

John F Kennedy Elementary School’s mission? This school […]

Healthy Hints from our Group

Our group was trying to figure out a way to empower health. Lots of groups have done this…. sometimes it is a contest:

MOST STEPS PER WEEK (using a fitbit or mapping a particular walk circuit). We jointed the NO BARRIERS GROUP Drinking the most water per week Losing the most weight Improving your own […]

Homeless Prenatal Program – Our Light, Our House event

From the group at HPP to the Community:

Thanks to everyone who helped make Our Light, Our House an unprecedented success last month! With your help, Homeless Prenatal Prevention – or HPP for short, raised over $215,000 to help break the cycle of childhood poverty. We are over the moon with gratitude for our […]

Work – Life Balance

Sometimes it happens, that you lose your BALANCE… you work so much that you have no social life, or you have kids, commitments, other “attention-grabbers” that NEED so much of your time, you don’t ever do anything for yourself.

In order to be the best that you can be at work, at home, and stay […]

Mario Diaz and Honoring Mexican-American Soldiers

Honoring those who have answered our country’s call to military service is personal passion for members of military families. For Mario Diaz, Three of his uncles served in the military honorably during different wars. That is why when Díaz was appointed by California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. three years ago to be part of […]

Rebuilding Together Petaluma

During an early morning in mid-April, a group of 250 volunteers including 28 team members rolled up their sleeves to make home repairs and improvements to the home of an 82 year old widow with critical health challenges. Some of the home improvements made during the volunteer day organized by Rebuilding Together Petaluma […]

The Super Bowl Taste of the NFL

One out of six people including children and seniors struggle with hunger in America.

To address the needs of the hungry and homeless on the eve of the biggest football game of the year, the nonprofit organization Taste of the NFL held its single most successful charitable event: “The Super Bowl Taste of the NFL […]