Better Together: Virtual Fun Run Helps Adults With Developmental DisabilitiesAn East Bay non-profit organization is raising money to help adults with developmental disabilities with a socially-distanced, virtual fun run. Juliette Goodrich reports. (6-21-20)
Daughter 'n' Dad Both Grads on Same Day at Same High SchoolA Santa Rosa family is celebrating education at an online graduation ceremony unlike any you've heard of: Rafael Solano and his daughter Ana both received their diplomas from the same school on the same day. Don Ford reports. (6-4-20)
Adopt-a-Senior Campaign Gives North Bay High School Grads a Dose of KindnessMany Sonoma County high school students who weren't allowed traditional graduation ceremonies during the COVID-19 pandemic are getting surprise deliveries. Sharon Chin reports. (5-24-20)
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. Sharon Chin reports. (5/20/20)
Better Together: 'Hunger At Home' Give Good Meals To Newly-Unemployed Restaurant, Hotel WorkersHotel execs, chefs and restaurateurs have created 'Hunger at Home' to provide delicious to the many restaurant and hospitality workers, now unemployed due to the pandemic. When Don Ford went to see them in action, the cars were lined up around the block.
Better Together: San Jose high school students help their neighborsSan Jose high school students help their neighbors
Mountain View High School Music Teacher Wrestles Tech to Keep Choir in SyncTake a listen to the Madrigals, one of five Mountain View High School choirs that continue to practice after the shelter-in-place closed their campus in March. Sharon Chin reports. (5-17-20)
Fremont Educators Celebrate 'Day Of The Teacher' Feeding Essential WorkersKiet Do reports on Fremont teachers spending the "Day of the Teacher" providing meals for frontline workers (5-13-2020)
Moms in Senior Care Visit Families From Balcony at East Bay FacilityStaff at a Walnut Creek senior-care residence set up some areas outside where families could greet their mothers and grandmothers waving from first-floor balconies. John Ramos reports. (5-10-20)
Concord Repair Shop Owner Fixes Donated Vehicles to Help COVID-19 VictimsA small business owner in Concord is turning his ability to repair cars into a way to feed people struggling during the shutdown. John Ramos reports. (5-9-20)
Better Together: Valley Verde Hosts Vegetable Seedling GiveawayValley Verde is hosting a vegetable seedling giveaway for low-income families. To qualify families must be either low-income or struggling from COVID-19. Info at:
South Bay Teen Creates Website to Send Letters of Thanks to Nurses NationwideA South Bay teen has created a website to honor the nurses working tirelessly to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. Don Ford reports. (5-7-20)
Better Together: 'Off Their Plate' Feeds Front Line Health WorkersA group of local restaurants -- members of "Off Their Plate" -- are trying to help health workers battling COVID-19 to eat well as they do good. (5-2-20)
SF Chinatown Business Owners Support Frontline COVID-19 WorkersChinatown Merchants Association members are donating personal protective equipment and supplies to health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus fight. (5-2-20)
Antioch Woman Who Served in World War II Gets Rolling Thunder Surprise on 100th BirthdayAn Antioch woman celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday with a drive-by party of her relatives and an extended family riding Harleys. John Ramos reports. (5-2-20)
1st Responders Salute Frontline Health Care Workers At Zuckerberg San Francisco General HospitalSan Francisco public safety agencies honored and showed gratitude to doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, lab technicians, LVNs and other medical staff during their change of shift at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital Friday. (5/1/20)
Pair Of Strangers Come Together To Help Feed Elderly, At-Risk In San Francisco Sunset DistrictA pair of strangers got together to make sure their most at-risk neighbors do not get left behind during the coronavirus shelter-in-place. Sharon Chin reports. (4/29/20)
Coronavirus Shelter Order Leads To Resurgence In Home 'Victory Gardens'Don Ford reports on rise in popularity of growing fruits and vegetables in home 'victory gardens' during coronavirus shelter order (4-28-2020)
Better Together: Oakland charter school giving away art kits to their students and food for their familiesOakland charter school giving away art kits to their students and food for their families
San Francisco Non-Profit Works To Open Restaurants And Feed The NeedyA San Francisco non-profit is working to get restaurants open, get employees working, and feed those in need at the same time. Don Ford reports. (4/27/20)
Bay Area Businessman Uses Office Supplies to Build Face Shields for Frontline WorkersA Bay Area business owner has gone from selling Tesla air fresheners to producing face shields -- made using office supplies -- for frontline workers. Maria Medina reports. (4-26-20)
Socially-Distanced San Franciscans Join Tony Bennett Virtually to Sing 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco'The city by the bay's favorite adopted son led a virtual singalong of his “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” classic Saturday to raise spirits and salute caregivers during the coronavirus outbreak. John Ramos reports. (4-25-20)
San Anselmo Restaurant Owners Work to Feed Community During ShutdownThe owners of Insalata's in San Anselmo launched a GoFundMe project to fund preparation of nutritious meals to be donated to the community. Allen Martin reports. (4-23-20)
South Bay First Responders Applaud Front Line Health Workers at StanfordBay Area police and firefighters lined up outside Stanford Medical Center as medical staff changed shifts to show their appreciation. Kiet Do reports. (4-23-20)

Search Video