San Francisco Community Group Gives Support To Seniors Isolated By COVID-19A group of volunteers in San Francisco on Wednesday worked together to bring some sunshine into the lives of seniors who have been isolating from COVID-19 for months.
Better Together: 'Hunger At Home' Chefs, Hotel Execs Give Food To Unemployed Hospitality, Food WorkersWhen the hotel and restaurant world collapsed, they were left holding millions of pounds of food. Hunger at Home collected that food and is making it available to the workers, and anyone else who lost their jobs.
San Francisco Restaurant Che Fico Donates Family Meals During Coronavirus Shelter-In-PlaceA chef and an investor came up with a partnership that's a recipe for giving: they're feeding hundreds of needy families a day during the coronavirus pandemic.
San Mateo County Teens Bring Groceries To Vulnerable NeighborsA group of San Mateo teens have come to the aid of their homebound, COVID-19 vulnerable neighbors with a new service that makes sure they are getting the groceries they need.
Marshawn Lynch, E-40 Donate Cases Of Hand Sanitizer To Jail, Prison FacilitiesTwo Bay Area celebrities have made an impact to help limit the spread of coronavirus at jail and prison facilities in California.
Santa Rosa Auto Shop Shifts Gears To Make Custom Face Masks For Frontline WorkersThe co-owner of a Santa Rosa auto restoration shop has been shifting gears to help protect frontline workers during the coronavirus shelter-in-place.
Fremont Educators Celebrate 'Day Of The Teacher' Feeding Essential WorkersWednesday may have been designated as "Day of the Teacher" in California, but members of the Fremont Unified District Teachers Association decided to mark it by honoring local frontline workers with a free lunch.
Anonymous Donors Wipe Out College Debt For 400 Bay Area Students Who Rose AboveA group of anonymous donors, moved by stories of students overcoming the direst of circumstances to succeed in their college and work careers, has given hundreds of them an eye-popping gift which could move them to even higher levels.
Antioch High Senior Turns Tragic Car Accident Into Miraculous Success StoryLast year, 17-year old Willie Logan IV almost died from a major car accident, but the 2020 Antioch High School graduate has turned the tragedy in to motivation to succeed in life.

On A Positive Note Video Reports

On A Positive Note - Honesty Pays OffA Stockton boy is rewarded in a big way for doing the right thing, young people open up about mental health, and a San Francisco transgender woman is using her platform for good. All stories plus more on the latest On A Positive Note with Michelle Griego.
On a Positive Note - Growing Others ConfidenceA South Bay teenager empowers her neurodiverse students through art, inmates take care of dogs, an unlikely friendship is made after the camp fire, and a vet gets some help after his possessions are stolen. Those stories and more on this week's On a Positive Note.
On A Positive Note - BART Worker Hailed As HeroA matter of seconds changed the lives of two men after a BART worker saved a man from an approaching train, a Pittsburg teacher is making school fun by remixing a Lizzo hit and a student is rising above to give back to her community. All that and more on the newest On A Positive Note.
On A Positive Note - Giving Others A VoiceThis week's uplifting stories include a teacher who makes her special needs students shine, a San Jose teenager who is setting an example for others going through struggles, and so many stories of communities rallying for each other during the Kincade fire.
On A Positive Note -- Garlic Festival Shooting Victim DonationA victim of the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting receives a life-changing donation, former 49ers staffer disarms student with gun, Geyserville deli steps up to help firefighters, dog saves family in fire.
On A Positive Note – Making HistoryThis week's uplifting stories include a Bay Area student who stars on her high school's football team and a hero of the 1989 deadly Loma Prieta Earthquake.
On A Positive Note – Helping The HomelessA Man doesn't let disability get in the way of helping others, kids help find missing woman with dementia, Pleasanton police officer battling cancer gets support from community "fitness challenge," Santa Cruz teacher adds colorful "hearing aids" to dolls, Bob Melvin's daughter Alexi overcomes diabetes to compete in marathon, Giants manager Bruce Bochy retires.
On A Positive Note – Empowering At-Risk YouthA Hayward teen throws birthday parties for homeless kids, a musician with ALS is nominated for multiple Grammys and a Petaluma High School senior with cerebral palsy will suit up and play on the football team. Those stories and more on the newest edition of "On a Positive Note."