Chess Club Teaches Life Lessons Across The Board
City Surf Project Teaches Urban Kids To Ride The Waves
'Sew For Love' Group Crafts Handmade Items For Charity
Anti-Smoking Pioneer Wins Landmark Tobacco Control Laws
SFPD Officer Guides Students To Discover Africa And ThemselvesDozens of inner city young people discover their own self-worth on an all-expenses-paid trip to Africa thanks to SFPD Officer Jason Johnson.
Fitness Instructor Survives Heart Attack And Inspires Others To Fight Heart Disease
Non-Profit ExtraFood Delivers Food And Cuts Waste
Kids & Art Foundation Inspires Young Cancer Patients
Bookshare Program Makes Books Digitally AccessibleFor giving the visually-impaired and physically-challenged equal opportunities to read and enjoy books, this week's Jefferson Award in the Bay Area goes to Betsy Beaumon.
Riding Program Spurs Young People To Embrace New Experiences
Oakland Entrepreneurs Bring Needed Arts & Music Education To StudentsWhen two friends learned that many Oakland public schools had little to no music and arts education, they teamed up to bring the joy of music and arts to thousands of students.
San Francisco Woman Prepares Low-Income Kids For College Through Non-Profit GroupIn the middle of San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point, a non-profit group is tutoring high-schoolers from the city's low-income communities, many seeking to be the first in their families to attend college.

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