KCBS Community Corner
A local Bay Area philanthropist has presented five California teens with $36,000 each to help further their vision to repair the world.
A local Bay Area nonprofit, dedicated to serving those affected with AIDS, is raising funds to help AIDS orphans in Africa.
A local teenage surfer was attacked by a shark at Stinson Beach back in 1998 and now he not only shares his story but has also dedicated his life to advocating for sharks and ocean conservation.
Several Bay Area community projects will get some help in their efforts to serve their elderly neighbors thanks to $10,000 in grants awarded by Coming of Age Bay Area.
Girls Inc. of Alameda County, a nonprofit that serves high-risk girls, broke ground on its new center in Oakland Thursday.
It’s an innovative, multi-media show involving 47 horses and acrobats from around the world performing amazing stunts. Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse is coming to San Jose July 18, 2012.
A locally-based program allows participants to help their favorite charities, simply by dining out.
A starving, homeless young boy asked a successful sales executive for some spare change. This is not an unusual scene…
A Bay Area based nonprofit is partnering with Punch Line Comedy Club in San Francisco for a Benefit Comedy Show where all the performers have one thing in common: they are all adopted.
Freedom House is the only nonprofit in Northern California that houses these victims and provides aftercare. They recently celebrated the graduation of their 100th survivor.