Looking to stay and sip in the new year? Harbor Court Hotel in San Francisco has partnered with Oakland-based McBride Sisters Winery for a new Rosé by the Bay package.
With a mission to promote, protect and preserve the world’s oceans, waterways and marine life, artist Wyland founded Rancho Santa Margarita-based Wyland Foundation in 1993. Steve Creech, president of Wyland Foundation, discusses the nonprofit’s new interactive theater experience to teach kids about the responsibility we all have in protecting our environment and how readers can take action today.
Center for Community Solutions, a San Diego-based nonprofit that provides prevention and intervention services for survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence, brings back its Bridging Hearts Program holiday drive.
Scoop San Diego, a nonprofit that uses the sweet treat as a catalyst for social change, hosts its third-annual Scoop San Diego Ice Cream Festival in Balboa Park on Saturday, May 22. The event marks America’s first drive-through ice cream festival.
While their kiddos enjoyed a playdate, the Bay Area’s Melissa Smith and Shani Hall let their own imaginations take hold, eventually planting the seed for Party In-Kindness. Here, the friends and co-founders discuss Party In-Kindness’ Love for Local fundraiser and how parties can still give back in the time of Zoom birthdays and virtual weddings.
San Diego-based Arden Pala is not only a talented actor, but he authored a kid’s book series benefiting the San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund, a charitable nonprofit organization created by and for the community. The sixth-grader at Francis Parker School in San Diego has released The Adventures of Noah’s […]
One Step Beyond, Inc. (OSBI) provides comprehensive programming and services for adults who have intellectual disabilities. The San Mateo-based organization empowers participants to achieve independence, self-sufficiency and employment through innovative programming and partnerships with local businesses that enable participants to contribute to and achieve greater social participation in their communities.
With a global pandemic and the number of unemployment rates rising among the Bay Area, families and seniors are struggling to put food on their plates and make ends meet. In response, the San Francisco-based company Cheetah has expanded its business in order to create programs and movements to help their community during these distressing times.
The Junior League of Los Angeles celebrates its 95th anniversary as a service organization with a virtual Harvest Boutique, a new spin on a 21-year tradition.