With boxes and bags of donations piled high on his Lafayette front porch, Budd MacKenzie is undeterred by the pandemic when it comes to sending …
A nonprofit bike shop in San Jose has been targeted by burglars dozens of times over the past decade — including Tuesday morning, when thieves …
San Francisco police and Mayor London Breed’s office will be continuing its fourth annual Christmas tree giveaway for families in need in the Western Addition …
Employees at the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank voted Thursday to join the Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 29.
A fleet of 50 bicycles belonging to a bike education nonprofit were stolen from a school in Alameda on Wednesday. Cycles of Change, a nonprofit …
A state assemblyman from San Francisco on Tuesday introduced legislation that would seek to phase out paper receipts.
A Southern California woman who was killed in a hit-and-run crash early Monday morning has been identified as 29-year-old Nicole Stanton of San Dimas, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office.
A former caseworker at an East Bay nonprofit organization has been sentenced in U.S. District Court to one year in prison for stealing $26,300 in federal funds intended to aid homeless veterans with short-term housing.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission committed $10 million Wednesday to establish a loan fund to help nonprofit developers acquire and preserve existing San Francisco Bay Area housing, MTC officials said.
Local blood centers are asking Bay Area residents for help because this year’s unusually bad flu season has reduced donations.
Some 31 social services, childcare and arts nonprofits in San Francisco received over $1 million in grants this month.
Marin County employees have contributed $83,890 to charities during the annual October and November Marin County Combined Charities Campaign, known internally as the “Heart of Marin” fundraiser.
Police are warning residents in Pleasanton to beware of phone calls from a person fraudulently claiming to be from the Pleasanton Police Department.
Officials at San Francisco’s Chinese Hospital in Chinatown Monday held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the nonprofit hospital’s new Patient Tower.
A former finance official with the Association of Bay Area Governments was sentenced in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday to one year and one day in prison.
The long-awaited opening of 90 units of affordable housing at MacArthur BART marks the first step to transform the station into a housing and retail hub.
A nonprofit that provides mobile shower and restroom facilities to the homeless is teaming up with a property developer to bring services to a busy corner of the Tenderloin.
San Francisco is opening additional shelter beds at several sites throughout the city through Monday to help homeless residents get out of the rain.
A nonprofit that provides counseling for sex offenders has withdrawn its plans to relocate to a Duboce Triangle building following an outcry from residents in the area.
A conservative group on Friday threatened to sue the city of San Francisco over an outdoor urinal installed during a recent upgrade at Dolores Park.