Apple CEO Tim Cook has departed from his predecessor when it comes to giving, saying he will donate his hundreds of millions of dollars to charities.
Out of the top 10 most generous American philanthropists in 2014, four hail from Bay Area tech companies, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s annual Philanthropy 50 list.
KCBS’ Barbara Taylor reports Google has gotten into the spirit of giving with a $2 million donation set to go to three Bay Area nonprofits that will benefit the homeless.
Grade-schoolers in the North Bay banded together to raise money for charity in a very childlike way: selling lemonade and cookies.
Salesforce is throwing its annual Dreamforce software conference in San Francisco with the CEO, Marc Benioff, touting a food-drive effort that asks attendees bring canned goods with a goal of providing up to one million meals.
A San Francisco charitable foundation well-known for its philanthropy in the Bay Area and Israel is at the center of a brewing legal battle over its governance and grant-making.
The auction benefits the Glide Foundation, which provides meals, health care, job training, rehabilitation and housing support to the poor and homeless in San Francisco
The University Mound Ladies Home in San Francisco , created by philanthropist James Lick in the 1880s, will close July 10, officials said.
Thousands crowded San Francisco’s waterfront on Friday, as Salesforce.com celebrated its 15th anniversary. Behind the celebration is a serious goal: fighting poverty.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, were the most generous American philanthropists in 2013.