Our Mission The Nika Project believes in the value of education for all students of any ability regardless of resources or previous experience. We collect and refurbish donated equipment to repurpose for educational and communication purposes worldwide. With a focus on continued sustainability, the team trains all staff to be independent with the operational function, […]
A favorite way to think of our park was summed up in San Francisco magazine. Children’s Fairyland, they said, is “as miniature and uncynical as a toddler’s beating heart.” We agree. Children’s Fairyland is, in many ways, a timeless reminder of the joys of standing three-feet tall. Children’s Fairyland continues to hold fast to its […]
(formally Sports4Kids) Playworks vision is that one day, every child in America will have access to safe, healthy play every day. Play creates essential opportunities for children to explore their imaginations, to connect with other people and to stretch and grow physically, emotionally and socially.
WSLF is a non-profit, public interest organization founded in 1982, which monitors and analyzes U.S. nuclear weapons programs and policies and related high technology energy and weapons programs, with a focus on the national nuclear weapons laboratories.
EBAC is dedicated to assuring the health and educational well being of children and families through specialized therapeutic, educational and peer support. We strive to be the recognized leader in giving children and families throughout the Bay Area hope, health, and opportunity. Our nurturing child-focused enrichment, education, peer support, and mental health programs are increasingly […]
The Regional Parks Foundation’s sole purpose is to support the East Bay Regional Park District, which serves the East Bay through preserving the environment, providing opportunities for outdoor recreation, and offering environmental education. One of the Foundation’s top priorities is to ensure that underserved populations have equal access to the East Bay Regional Park District […]
Meals on Wheels of Alameda County was founded in 1987 (as Countymeals-on-Wheels) and is a non-profit 501(c)(3), governed by a Board of Directors and administered by an Executive Director. Meals on Wheels of Alameda County serves as an umbrella organization to the five independent Meals on Wheels delivery programs throughout the county, which prepare and […]
Junior Center faculty design and present programs which support and enrich the K through 12 art and science curriculum in over 300 elementary and secondary school classrooms throughout Oakland and the East Bay. An annual exhibit program for elementary school students, after school and summer art and science courses for children and teens, and drop-in […]
PD Active is a group of people impacted by Parkinson’s disease in the Oakland/Berkeley region. We create and improve programs that support and care for people with Parkinson’s, family and caregivers. We believe that we are our own best advocates, and that acting on our own behalf fosters independence, dignity and respect while preventing isolation […]
Meeting community nutrition needs through programs for people living with HIV/AIDS, the homebound critically ill, and seniors. Project Open Hand provides meals/groceries for people with symptomatic HIV/AIDS or breast cancer, meals for homebound/critically ill people under the age of 60 and congregate lunches for people over 60 years of age. Services are available to eligible […]