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15 Dec 2021

Seeking Work in Silicon Valley? This Nonprofit Offers Free Training In Tech

In 2016, Larry Apke attended a ProMatch networking meeting for people seeking work in Silicon Valley. As he surveyed the crowded room, what he saw moved him immensely. “I was touched by two things,” recalled Apke. “First, many looked very shocked and confused. For many, it had been some time

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12 Oct 2021

Local Artists Illuminate Lake Merritt Gardens in Immersive Autumn Lights Festival

For a 10th year, The Gardens at Lake Merritt will transform into an outdoor immersive gallery of art and light. This year’s Autumn Lights Festival welcomes the public back to experience the beauty in person. People are invited to take an illuminated stroll through 7 acres of municipal gardens made

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17 Jun 2022

The San Francisco Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 37 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 37 of the finest locally owned bars,

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24 Aug 2021

The Bay Bridged Indie Music Organization Calls it Quits

After 15 awesome years celebrating the Bay Area’s vibrant independent music scene, The Bay Bridged has announced that it will officially cease operations on Oct. 1. What started in 2006 as a small podcast determined to bridge the Bay Area to music from around the globe eventually ballooned into a

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14 Sep 2020

Believe New York Wants to Systematically Change NYC

Nicole Bulanchuk, Founder and Executive Director of Operations at Believe New York, is your average Brooklynite. She’s a native New Yorker, a Columbia Grad student, and she wants to help this city. Having volunteered and been employed by a number of nonprofits in NYC, she saw that there were still

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18 Jul 2018

Anonymous Millionaire Gives Entire Fortune to SF Nonprofit

An extreme act of charity has hopes of remaking the San Francisco social services landscape. One businessperson has just donated their entire fortune — and all their possessions — to a philanthropic nonprofit dedicated to helping San Francisco’s neediest and homeless residents. The individual has to remain anonymous until various transactions

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22 Sep 2016

Pour Beer at Oktoberfest to Help the Rad Nonprofit One Brick (plus get free stuff)

OneBrick.org is a really rad nonprofit that offers free, fun, social outings while trying out different ways to give back to the community. It’s a great way to earn some badly needed karma points without longterm commitments. One of the big things they’ve got coming up is the opportunity to volunteer

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