Category Archives: San Francisco

AIDS SF Walk

AIDS SF Walk

Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco has raised nearly $74 million for HIV programs and services in the Bay Area. For 23 years, the event has been a model of cost-effective fundraising and extraordinary community activism. In 2009 alone, 25,000 …
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AIDS Research Institute At UCSF

AIDS Research Institute at UCSF

The AIDS Research Institute (ARI) coordinates and integrates all AIDS research activities at the University of California, San Francisco. The ARI stimulates innovation and supports interdisciplinary collaboration aimed at all aspects of the epidemic domestically and around the world. Bringing …
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AIDS/HIV/HepC Nightline

San Francisco Suicide Prevention

PURPOSE: The Nightline is an emotional support telephone line for people with HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C concerns. Open from 5pm to 5am, we are the only HIV emotional support line open during the nighttime hours. VOLUNTEER NEEDS: The Nightline has …
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AIDS Emergency Fund

AIDS Emergency Fund

AIDS Emergency Fund responds compassionately to the AIDS crisis by providing immediate, short-term financial assistance to help people disabled by HIV/AIDS to cover their basic human needs and stabilize their living situations. VISION STATEMENT AIDS Emergency Fund operates with low …
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AgeSong Senior Communities

AgeSong Senior Communities

AgeSong Senior Communities provide residential care including independent living, assisted living and secure dementia care (memory care) services. However, defining our programs by their categories does not begin to adequately describe the vision of our company. It is the attitude …
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A Home Within

A Home Within

A Home Within is the only national organization dedicated solely to meeting the emotional needs of foster youth. We recruit licensed mental health clinicians who volunteer to see one foster child in weekly therapy – free of charge, and for …
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A Home Away From Homelessness

A Home Away From Homelessness

Home Away was founded in 1994 in partnership with the National Park Service (http://www.nps.gov) which provides us the unique opportunity to offer educational, recreational, and social opportunity for homeless and formerly homeless children and youth in San Francisco and Marin. …
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A Good Idea

A Good Idea

A Good Idea is a vehicle for positive social change ideas that connect people in need with people who want to help to alleviate homelessness and poverty. We build these connections for positive social change through service, education, and technology. …
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Engineers Without Borders – SF Chapter

Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders – USA San Francisco Professionals (EWB-SFP) was established in September 2004 as the first professional chapter of EWB-USA. Our mission supports community-driven development programs worldwide through the design and implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while fostering responsible leadership. …
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Each One Reach One

Each One Reach One

FOR OVER A DECADE, Each One Reach One has remained dedicated to its mission to divert incarcerated youth from a life in prison to become productive community members through mentor-based performing arts and academic tutoring programs. WHO WE ARE— Each …
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