Partners (2011-2016)

Berkeley Aquatic Park/EGRET

 

Aquatic Park EGRET is the stewardship group for the tidal wetlands of Berkeley’s largest city park. Volunteers from the community help us tend native coastal plantings to improve the shoreline of San Francisco Bay for wildlife habitat.

 

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599 Potter Street
Berkeley CA

Berkeley Food & Housing

 

To ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our community, Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families.

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2362 Bancroft Way
Berkeley CA 94704

BOSS

 

The mission of BOSS is to help homeless, poor, and disabled people achieve health and self-sufficiency, and to fight against the root causes of poverty and homelessness.

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711 Harrison St.
Berkeley CA 94710

City of Oakland - Parks and Recreation

 

We offer critical quality of life programming in areas of enrichment, cultural arts, prevention and intervention, sports and physical activities, health and wellness, youth violence abatement, and leisure activities for adults, youth, and children. Programs and Camps at recreation centers, pools and parks are part of the efforts to promote health, stem obesity, and encourage civic participation, personal development, and empowerment. We preserve the best of Oakland and connect ...

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1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
Oakland CA 94612

City Team Oakland

 

Cityteam Oakland is located in the heart of downtown. The doors of the mission are open to the city's poor, hopeless and homeless. Together, the staff and volunteers in Oakland are working towards an empowered, changed and new Oakland.

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722 Washington St
Oakland CA 94607
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Claremont Middle School

 

In addition to fundamental education in the OUSD mathematics, language arts, science and social studies curricula, Claremont provides professional digital media training in a state-of-the-art computer lab, an exceptional music program, an active sports and physical education program and a multifaceted after-school program that is free for all students.

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5750 College Ave.
Oakland CA 94618

Coach Art

 

CoachArt is dedicated to improving the quality of life for chronically ill children & their families by providing free lessons in the arts and athletics.

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2407 Dana St
Berkeley CA

Emerson Elementary School

 

Our emphasis is on the whole child, with excellent academics, music, art, physical education, poetry, gardening, field trips and community building.

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4803 Lawton Ave.
Oakland CA 94609

Empower Initiative

 

Thier mission is to empower sustainable change in urban communities by addressing public safety challenges. Empower Initiative provides technical assistance using forerunning strategies, solutions, and trainings in order to reduce systemic issues that are negatively impacting our urban communities

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101 Broadway Suite 241
Oakland CA 94607

Faith Network

 

Faith Network of the East Bay founded in 2001, is a collaboration of organizations, congregations, businesses, educators, civic leaders and concerned individuals mobilized to invest their time and other resources to improve the whole health of children and families. We seek to develop these partnerships and challenge people to act on their values to help schools, families and communities develop students who have acquired the skills and attitudes that will maximize their full potential and ...

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2633 Telegraph Avenue #409
Oakland CA 94612

Friends of Five Creeks

 

Friends of Five Creeks is an all-volunteer group working hands-on for clean water and healthy watersheds. We protect and restore natural areas that welcome both wildlife and people on the urbanized east side of San Francisco Bay.

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1236 Oxford St
Berkeley CA 94709

Garfield Elementary School

 

Garfield Elementary School’s vision is that ALL Garfield students will grow into caring and creative adults prepared to graduate from college and succeed in life.

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1640 22nd Ave
Oakland CA 94606

Habitat for Humanity

 

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. We revitalize neighborhoods, build affordable and sustainable housing solutions, and empower families through successful homeownership. Since 1986, we have partnered with volunteers, the community, and qualified families with limited incomes to strengthen communities in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties.

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414 Escobar Street
Martinez CA 94553

Harbor House

 

We are a multi-ethnic, Christian non-profit organization working through God’s grace and mercy to create positive, systemic change for individuals and our community.

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1811 11th Ave
Oakland CA 94606

InterVarsity

 

InterVarsity also know as Cal Christian Fellowship is a multi-ethnic community seeking tolearn more about Jesus and how He's relevant to our lives. We are part of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Cal, which consists of 6 sister fellowships. We meet regularly for weekly small group bible studies and large group fellowship meetings to grow deeper in our faith, stronger as a community, and wider in our impact.

Laurel Elementary School

 

Our mission is to improve students' academic achievement in a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment where teachers practice instructional strategies that meet the individual learning needs of all students. Our goal is to be considered one of the best elementary schools in the state!

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3750 Brown Ave
Oakland CA 94619

LeConte Elementary School

 

At LeConte, our vision is for students to become enthusiastic and proficient learners, mastering fundamentals, taking risks, and tackling intellectual challenges. Our positive school culture and community-building activities help develop students’ self-esteem, compassion, empathy, and problem-solving skills.

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2241 Russell Street
Berkeley CA 94705

Marshall Elementary

 

Marshall Elementary is a “community of learners” as all stakeholders show their commitment to academic excellence for our students. Marshall is a safe place where students feel comfortable, relaxed and eager to learn. They consistently put forth effort to do their best.

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20111 Marshall St
Castro Valley CA 94546

Matt Beardsley Photography

 

Matt Beardsley Photography is a visual artist.  He offers photography, filmmaking, and consultation on every aspect of photography and video production.  He is an experienced and well-trained photographer and DP.

Mazzarello Media & Arts

 

Mazzarello-Media & Art is a graphic design studio, born from the imaginations of husband and wife team Bryan and Stephanie. We collaborate with businesses, entrepreneurs, organizations, and creatives whose enthusiasm for their trade feeds our creativity and inspires our problem-solving instincts. We also care deeply for social justice and environmental issues, which weighs heavily in our business decisions from ink and paper to the non-profits we ...

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3015 55th Ave
Oakland CA 94605

McClymonds High School

 

McClymonds High School boasts a long-standing tradition of excellence. At the core of that tradition is a caring and committed community of teachers, staff, and partners that provides many opportunities for student learning and success.

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2607 Myrtle St
Oakland CA 94607

Meadow Homes Elementary School

 

Meadow Homes is one of ten Turnaround Arts schools in California. An initiative of the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH), Turnaround Arts is a public-private partnership that uses the arts to help narrow the achievement gap, increase student engagement and enhance the culture and climate in schools. Through arts centered school reform, Meadow Homes Elementary seeks to boost academic achievement and increase student motivation.

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1371 Detroit Ave
Concord CA

Oakland International High School

 

Oakland International High School is a Full-Service Community School within the Oakland Unified School District. We provide our students and their families with access to educational programs and social and emotional supports, which are much needed in the communities we serve.

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4521 Webster Street
Oakland CA 94609

Oakland Leadership Center

 

OLC is a mentoring program in East Oakland who endeavors to develop young adult leaders with the character of Christ.

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5314 Fairfax Ave
Oakland CA 94601

Park Boulevard Presbyterian Church

 

The mission of Park Blvd. Presbyterian Church is to glorify God by engaging minds and guiding hearts in a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ. PBPC is a member of the Presbytery of San Francisco of the Presbyterian Curch, USA. It is guided by the Book of Order as its constitution. In its faith, it is guided first by Scripture and then the Book of Confessions.

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4101 Park Blvd
Oakland CA 94602

Ruby’s Place

 

Ruby’s Place is a non-profit agency in Hayward, California that has provided shelter and supportive services since 1972 for women and children who experience domestic violence, homelessness and more recently human trafficking. Ruby’s Place was one of the first shelters for women and children in the Bay Area established by community volunteers who saw a need for these services and the diverse staff have keep this agency’s mission alive for 40 years.

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1180 B Street
Hayward CA 94541

TechniClinic

 

To improve students’ health, well-being, and success in school by increasing access to high-quality health care services, reducing barriers to learning, and supporting families and communities by providing basic medical care, mental health services and health education in a respectful, teen-centered environment.

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4351 Broadway
Oakland CA 94611

Trinity Center

 

Trinity Center’s mission is to be the doorway to opportunity for homeless and working poor people. We give care and hope to each one through supported access to services and resources. We invite everyone to participate in our mission.

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1924 Trinity Ave
Walnut Creek CA 94596

West Oakland 16th Street Station

 

The 16th Street Station is owned by BRIDGE Housing Corporation. RAILS, a community nonprofit, was formed to serve as the stewards of the Station’s development. A community group, The Station Crew, helps plan events and care for the Station, which is situated in the middle of the newly developing Central Station neighborhood. Read more about each of these entities below.

YEAH

 

is a community of more than 50 local citizens, students, working and retired people, and social service professionals working to develop a new model to prevent adult homelessness by addressing the issues of youth homelessness

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1744 University Ave
Berkeley CA 94703