Hundreds of volunteers helped serve the thousands of needy in San Francisco.
An interview with Shari Roeseler, Executive Director at St. Anthony Foundation, about services the non-profit provides for the needy in San Francisco.
The annual tradition of holiday meals at Glide Memorial Church brought out thousands on Sunday to San Francisco.
A record number of Americans can’t afford to put enough food on the table to feed their families. And a surprising number of them are suburban, middle class, and employed. It’s what’s known as the “new hungry,” and it’s become a disturbing trend in the Bay Area.
Thousands were on hand at Glide Memorial Church to celebrate Easter Sunday.
St. Anthony’s dining hall opened in San Francisco 60 years ago, and it is now marking its 37 millionth meal served. The milestone comes as the charity is seeing a significant increase in the needs for its services.
There are surprisingly few full-service dental clinics for the needy in Northern California, which explains why people line up so far in advance for a chance to be seen at the ones operating in the Bay Area.
Taking a page of the corporate world, non-profits are using mergers to help more people.
In the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin, volunteers with Glide Memorial Church gave away thousands of bags of groceries to those in need on Friday.
A San Jose man has put out a call for Bay Area residents to empty their closets for a good cause. He set his sights on spearheading the largest shoe drive ever for the needy.