Do you want to feel good about spending money? Why not shop at a store with a cause?
Be sure to pack a Raiders-themed stocking and wreath before heading to the Coliseum.
The only remaining Hostess Bakery Outlet in the Bay Area has been donating free bread to Vallejo non-profits as the store prepares to close its doors for good.
One anonymous person donated $3,000 worth of turkeys to help Sacred Heart Community Service feed needy families.
Donations have poured in to help the iconic Brown twins remain together since the older sister, Vivian, developed Alzheimer’s requiring round the clock care that landed her in the hospital.
The San Jose Police Officers’ Association has raised about $6,200 for three young children who were orphaned when their parents were killed in a double murder at the family’s home last month.
The culinary arts and hospitality program must cut $250,000 from its $1.6 million budget, which will prompt the closure of the cafeteria in three months unless additional funds can be found, department chair Tannis Reinhertz said Friday.
The non-profit organization continues to give away free prom dresses to Bay Area high school teens in need.
She’s been a one-woman human services agency for three decades. No task is too big or small, even though Jefferson Award winner Lilyann Brannon is now 90-years-old.
Officials at a San Francisco Airport shuttle bus company are being charged with making more than $11,000 in illegal contributions to Mayor Ed Lee’s campaign.