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  • Alliance Fran├žaise de San Francisco - Nonprofit association whose mission is to contribute to a wider knowledge of the French culture.
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  • Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation - Working to preserve the historic immigration station. History, hours, and resources.
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  • Bay Area Brazilian Club - A non-profit organization promoting Brazilian culture and carnaval in the Bay Area. Includes newsletter, events, community resources, and history of group.
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  • Bay Area Skeptics - Organization which aims to encourage rational thought and critical thinking through the use of scientific methods. Provides a blog, newsletter and information on membership.
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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area - Program matches adult mentors with youth on a one-to-one or group basis.
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  • Brighter Beginnings - Non-profit provides health care, education and job assistance to teenage parents and families in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Includes information about services, partners, and locations.
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  • Catholic Charities CYO - Non-profit provider of social services in the Bay Area. Information about programs including day care, youth organizations, family housing, and Meals on Wheels.
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  • Center for Human Development - Community-based organization offers services for at-risk youth, individuals, families, and communities. Includes program details and volunteer information.
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  • Citizens for a Safe Golden Gate Bridge - Organization dedicated to protecting all who drive, walk and bicycle across the bridge. Details, applicable laws, and related links.
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  • The Commonwealth Club of California - The nation's oldest and largest public affairs forum, bringing together its members for events on topics ranging across politics, culture, society and the economy.
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  • East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy - A labor-affiliated think-tank that researches economic issues in the East Bay. "Decade of Divide, Working Wages and Inequality in the East Bay" is a report by EBASE that explores inequity issues in the East Bay.
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  • East Bay Community Foundation - A permanent endowment of charitable funds dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Mission, finances, FAQ and glossary.
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  • Easter Seals Bay Area - Helps children and adults with disabilities to live with equality, dignity and independence. News, services, locations, and donation information.
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  • Emerge - Political leadership training program for Democratic women. Includes curriculum, application, and donation information.
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  • The Family Giving Tree - Site for charity providing toys and gifts for very low income children. Includes information on corporate sponsorship, donations and volunteer efforts.
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  • Food Bank of Contra Costra/Solano - Programs, financial information and volunteer opportunities.
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  • Food Banks of the Bay Area - Umbrella organization of food banks. Contains events and press releases.
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  • Junior League of Oakland-East Bay, Inc. - An organization of women. Includes fundraising, events, projects, sponsors and members.
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  • Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California - Membership association made up primarily of nonprofit organizations involved with rental or cooperative housing for low income people in the San Francisco Bay area.
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  • The North Bay Living Foods Community - Provides a community-based structure for the education and support of a living foods vegetarian diet and lifestyle. Includes a mailing list and potluck schedule.
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  • Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) - Volunteer, non-profit group that helps improve the quality of life for persons with HIV disease, by offering them support in keeping the love and companionship of their pets.
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  • A San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Directory - A guide to about 1000 organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area of interest to progressive activists.
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  • San Francisco Goodwill - Helps people with disabilities or disadvantaging conditions become more employable by providing work, skill training, and job placement in the community.
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  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties - Rallying community resources to assist people who are hungry in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Programs, services, publications and how to donate or volunteer.
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  • Self Help for the Elderly - A non-profit organization which provides social services and health care to seniors. Programs and services, news and events, along with donation and volunteer information.
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  • South Peninsula Area Republican Coalition - Local chapter of the California Congress of Republicans. Includes events, resources and membership information.
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  • Table for Six - Matchmaking and singles adventures, club meetings at restaurants, outdoor activities and social events. Includes description of services and calendar.
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  • Toolworks - Serves adults throughout the Bay Area, providing services that increase economic and social opportunities for people with disabilities. Mission statement, services, art gallery, job opportunities, and related links.
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  • United Way of the Bay Area - Fund raising association assists charities, government projects and local communities to attain social, health, and educational goals. Page includes mission statement and ways to help.
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  • Wardrobe for Opportunity - Goal is to help low-income women in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties improve their image and self-esteem by providing them with quality business clothing appropriate for job interviews and the professional workplace as well as career development support.
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  • Young Nonprofit Professionals Network - Engages and supports future nonprofit and community leaders through professional development, networking and social opportunities designed for young people involved in the Bay Area's nonprofit community.
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