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Since the pandemic began not many of us have adapted like Adrian Williams who shifted her non-profit from helping young San Francisco children to those in need on the other end of the age spectrum. Allen Martin reports. (9-17-20)

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Facing Soaring Demand for Services, SF - Marin Food Bank Calls for VolunteersThe San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is putting out an urgent call for people to help distribute food to a growing number of people who depend on the service. Sharon Chin reports. (10-18-20)
Art - Not Visitors - Crowds New Exhibit at S.F. deYoung MuseumSan Francisco's deYoung museum is showing how local artists continue to thrive in their work amid the pandemic. Emily Turner reports. (10-10-20)
Better Together: Feeding Seniors in NeedSince the pandemic began not many of us have adapted like Adrian Williams who shifted her non-profit from helping young San Francisco children to those in need on the other end of the age spectrum. Allen Martin reports. (9-17-20)
Latino Leaders Shift Carnaval SF Focus to Coronavirus Community ResponseAs the COVID-19 pandemic forces heritage celebrations to be canceled, Latino leaders in San Francisco are turning their attention to addressing a crisis that is plaguing the community. Joe Vazquez reports. (9-13-20)
South Bay Restaurateur's Generosity Facing Financial Ruin Matched by Community SupportA Los Gatos restaurateur facing pandemic-induced insolvency decided to spend his final days in business making free meals for wildfire victims and firefighters. He didn't expect the response he got from his community. Maria Medina reports. (9-10-20)
Red Cross Updates Fire Victim Shelter Protocols for Social DistancingThe recent wildfires were California's first big test for the Red Cross in the age of coronavirus. Emily Turner reports. (9-5-20)
SF Chef Gets Non-Profit Funding to Supply Meals to FirefightersIn an effort to thank fire crews battling the wildfires in northern California, the Gary Sinise Foundation is providing them with thousands of meals prepared by San Francisco's Big Jim's Barbecue. Don Ford reports. (9-3-20)
Can-Do Spirit Animates East Bay Youth Theater ExpansionCrews have begun work in preparation for construction of a new performing arts center for young people scheduled to open January in Danville. Don Ford reports. (8-27-20)
New Breed of Counselors Helps Pet Owners Deal With LossThe pandemic has increased the need for counselors who can help people mourning the loss of their pets. Sharon Chin reports. (8-17-20)
Foster City Police Rally Behind Officer's Son as He Battles CancerMembers of the Foster City police department are taking time away from the job to support one of their own whose son is in the fight of his life. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8-26-20)
Treasure Island Housing Opened for Women Who Slayed Their AbusersIt's believed to be a first in the state: housing for domestic-violence survivors who served prison terms for killing their abusers. Sharon Chin reports from Treasure Island. (8-13-20)
Face Masks Are 'Low-Hanging Fruit' on San Anselmo TreesSan Anselmo is slowly starting to reopen but, if you come downtown and forget your mask, no problem! Don Ford reports. (8-10-20)
Jefferson Awards: Bay Area College Student Making 3-D Face Shields In His GarageA Bay Area college student who saw an urgent need during the pandemic has created a solution in his garage. Sharon Chin introduces us to this weeks Jefferson Awards winner, Brenden Pragasam.
Family Figures Out Creative Way For Grandma To Get Birthday Hugs From GrandkidsJuliette Goodrich reports on creative solution family found to give grandma birthday hugs in the COVID-19 era (8-4-2020)
North Beach Neighbors Band Together to Boost Restaurants' Business With Volunteer DeliveriesRestaurants have been hit hard during the pandemic but one neighborhood in San Francisco is banding together to help them -- perhaps setting an example for the entire Bay Area. John Ramos reports. (8-2-20)
Oldest Living Marine Celebrates 105th Birthday in StocktonMaj. Bill White, a multi-decorated Marine who fought in the battle of Iwo Jima in World War II, celebrated his 105th birthday surrounded by friends and well-wishers at an assisted-living facility in Stockton on Friday. Adrienne Moore reports. (8-1-20)
SF Potrero Hill Gets Testing Site Amid Rise in Coronavirus CasesThanks to a community-wide lobbying effort, a San Francisco neighborhood with a high rate of COVID-positive cases finally gets its own testing site, and more. Sharon Chin reports. (7-30-20)
Livermore Mom Hands Out Free Ice Cream to Honor Deceased SonA Bay Area mother is honoring the memory of her son and helping to raise funds for Make a Wish Foundation by handing out free ice cream in Livermore. Don Ford reports. (7-27-20)
Sunnyvale Charity Hands Out Backpacks With School Supplies To Needy ChildrenKiet Do reports on Sunnyvale Community Services helping children in need go back to school with backpack giveaway (7-27-2020)
Morgan Hill Goes All-In With Outdoor Dining as Pandemic Wears OnMorgan Hill is showing how much can be accomplished when you embrace change rather than try to resist it. John Ramos reports. (7-25-20)
Oakland Teen's Turnaround Lands Him a New Car for GraduationJasin Saunders graduated from one of the toughest high schools in Oakland after he turned his academic record around with help from a special mentor. Don Ford reports. (7-23-20)
East Bay Couple Steps Up To Care For Others Affected By Pandemic, Even As They Were StrickenIn March, Jennifer and Todd Arrouzet came down with what doctors thought was COVID-19. Todd recovered quickly, Jennifer did not. But even while sick, Jennifer Arrouzet was determined to help others. Allen Martin reports. (7/22/20)
Michelin Star Restaurant Petit Crenn Closes Doors To Serve Needy In San FranciscoPetit Crenn is closing its doors through January 2021 to make roughly 300 meals every Monday through Friday to be distributed through GLIDE, an organization that has served San Francisco's most vulnerable for 57 years. Don Ford reports. (7/21/20)
Better Together: Livermore Preteen Raises Money for Dad's Bike InjuryA 12-year-old boy in Livermore is spending his quarantine summer raising money for his father's bicycle injury surgery and to raise awareness about bike safety. Juliette Goodrich talks with Jace Perry. (7-19-20)

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