I spent last Wednesday delivering food for the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. There are thousands of San Franciscans who can’t leave their homes due to COVID, so the food bank is now delivering tens of thousands of bags full of groceries to those in need.
One of the best ways to give back over the holidays is to volunteer in your area. There are many worthy places in the Bay Area to volunteer whether you want to connect with nature, work with kids or play with some very cute dogs. It’s important to remember that
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
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
When you listen to the average person discuss Thanksgiving, or Thanksgiving week, it rarely sounds pleasant. You’ll hear the wails of forced smile-and-interest conversations, hiding your thoughts, opinions and yourself, horrid traffic, the chaos of Black Friday – it goes on. It’s some kind of weird vanilla-play-cuckold-gleeful masochism and, despite
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
If you have not heard of One Brick, it is a not for profit volunteer group that provides support and labor for other local not for profits. On Tuesday night One Brick will be hosting a social at Tupelo in an effort to gain speed with their fundraising efforts. The
Volunteering to better our cities and communities is something that many Broke-Asses want to do. Not only do we have the time due to unemployment or having time during the day because we work a service job, but we understand the divide between the haves and the have-nots. When you
If you’re trying to get in to the Treasure Island Festival this weekend and are willing to do some volunteer work in exchange for $1 addmission, then you’re in luck: Some friends of ours at Clean Vibes and SFEnvironment.org dropped us a line to let us know that there are