Remember all those headlines suggesting the younger crowd was abandoning Facebook? New research says that may not be the case after all.
When you think of teenage airplane pilots, at-risk youth probably aren’t the first demographic that comes to mind, but a Hayward program is changing that, giving low-income kids the chance to earn a pilot’s license, and literally soar beyond their wildest dreams.
Google is donating nearly $7 million to allow San Francisco to continue providing free bus and other transportation services to low-income city kids, city officials announced on Thursday.
The money will be used to fund the program, which started as a pilot in 2013, for the next two years.
The California Wellness Foundation presented their annual California Peace Prize on October 10, 2013, to some of the state’s unsung heroes who have done tremendous work to promote peace and prevent violence.
Larkin Street Youth Services provides much needed help to teens who somehow end up on the streets.
Despite the drop over the last two years, the city still lags far behind the statewide average.
This comes after two teens were gunned down last week.
Five Oakland nonprofits will share $1.4 million in job creation grants with an eye toward reducing street violence.
Seven Bay Area teens will be recognized for their community service and leadership on Thursday, January 31st, when the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco presents the 2013 Charles Schwab Citywide Youth of the Year.