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      Koret Family House

      San Francisco (2417.3 mi)
      Family House serves as a cost-free, home away from home for families whose children are being treated for cancer and other serious illnesses at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
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      Hamilton Family Center

      San Francisco (2416.3 mi)
      Hamilton Family Center works to transition more than 300 families into permanent housing every year and prevent its clients from becoming homeless with a comprehensive array of housing solutions and support services. The organization places families with sustainable income into permanent housing and provides shallow-rent subsidies and support services to help them achieve stability. Furnishings help turn the new houses into livable spaces, and monthly food boxes, job training, health screenings, financial-literacy coaching, and afterschool activities for children foster a community atmosphere and encourage personal advancement. After placement, case managers and family therapists work with the families to maintain their housing situations and rebuild their lives.
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      Boys Hope Girls Hope

      San Francisco (2416.3 mi)
      Boys Hope Girls Hope of San Francisco Bay Area provides HOPE—a home, parenting, opportunities, and education—within a residential setting to improve the lives of children regardless of their financial circumstances. Youth enter the program between the ages of 10 and 14 and live in the home through their high-school graduations. While there, they engage in educational activities, counseling, and summer-enrichment programs and have access to health care and personal stipends. After young people graduate from the program, Boys Hope Girls Hope continues to support them through adulthood, providing them with financial assistance and emotional support for college, temporary housing during summer breaks, and aid in gaining employment. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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      Opportunity Impact

      San Francisco (2416 mi)
      This summer, Opportunity Impact is scheduled to move into a parks and recreation center that features tennis and basketball courts as well as ample outdoor space. The organization still needs basic sports equipment, including balls, gear, and bats, for a life-skills program that would help participants develop cooperation, strategy building, and problem-solving skills through organized team sports. This holistic approach builds on students' ability to tackle daily challenges by highlighting individual assets and rebuilding confidence. The network of support they build out of their experiences with Opportunity Impact can help at-risk youths to succeed in school and fully engage with their communities as adults.
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      Students Rising Above

      San Francisco (2417.1 mi)
      A Peabody- and Emmy-winning program, Students Rising Above (SRA) was founded by a local news anchor and a community-relations manager as a scholarship program for students who are the first in their families to attend college but lack the financial resources to support their educations. Many of these students face tremendous challenges such as homelessness and neglect but realize their potential and succeed academically, earning the grades necessary to qualify for further education. SRA selects its program participants during their junior year of high school and works with them through college graduation, helping through guidance and support to foster a 90% graduation rate after four-and-a-half years. Since its inception, the program’s services have grown to include medical care, summer internships, precollege readiness support, and care packages with technology and dorm-room essentials, as well as intangible support in the form of a network of trusted adults and peers. SRA students have attended more than 70 colleges across the country, including Princeton University, Stanford University, and the University of California, Davis.
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      Dance out Diabetes

      San Francisco (2416.1 mi)
      During Dance Out Diabetes' events, certified diabetes educators test participants' weight, blood pressure, and blood glucose levels to identify those at risk of diabetes and discuss healthy practices and nutrition for people with diabetes. A professional instructor will engage the class with a structured 45-minute dance session followed by a free-style dance with other participants. After the workout, groups study the effect of dance on blood-glucose and blood-pressure levels to demonstrate how physical activity improves overall health, including diabetes risk factors. Participants and their family members will also have a chance to meet one-on-one with a certified diabetes educator to ask specific health-related questions. Since Dance Out Diabetes targets an underserved population, event coordinators still need help funding the costs of medical supplies and dance-instructor fees for this event.
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      San Francisco Film Society

      San Francisco (2416.5 mi)
      Presenter of the San Francisco International Film Festival—the longest-running film festival in the Americas—San Francisco Film Society feeds the cinematic passions of fans, filmmakers, and students, showcasing more than 300 films every year. The Film Enthusiast membership entitles movie mavens to a plethora of perks worth rubbing in the noses of adversarial cinephiles who won’t stop boasting about how much popcorn they can eat in one sitting. Members also get the skinny on San Francisco International Film Festival special events and screenings, running April 21-May 5.
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      Building Futures Mentoring Program

      Western Addition (2415.5 mi)
      The Building Futures Program is organizing a day field trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium for their students to experience aquatic life alongside their mentors at a premier aquarium. Though they live just a few miles away from the ocean, many program students have never seen a beach or the Golden Gate Bridge due to socioeconomic limitations. Building Futures still needs help funding the costs of the field trip, including meals, transportation, and tickets to the aquarium for 25 children, with an overall goal of raising $1,392 to send the entire program to the aquarium.
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      Bay Area Ridge Trail Council

      San Francisco (2416.2 mi)
      The Ridge Trail Council is a Bay Area nonprofit organization that seeks to join all Bay Area communities with 500 miles of multiuse trails. A yearlong family membership entitles two adults and their children to benefits as stunning as the panoramic vistas of the great outdoors. With advanced registration to popular trail events such as the multi-sport Ridge to Bridge, a marathon event that includes food and water and is next scheduled for April 2011, you won't need to plaintively wander over the trail's foggy, thicketed scalper meadow when the event inevitably sells out. Trail guidebooks are included with each membership, so families can set out on precisely planned pilgrimages. Members are also admitted to member-only natural odysseys such as the Presidio Solstice Ramble, a hike each winter solstice that includes free hors d'oeuvres and beverages, which is preferable to standard solstice traditions of bearing witness to chipmunks' annual temporary powers of speech, self-awareness, and attorney. Special offers such as free event registration and gratis hiking gear are also available to members and are relayed via a biannual newsletter, Facebook, and Twitter.
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      Baykids

      San Francisco (2416.2 mi)
      Since its founding in 1997, BayKids has helped more than 5,000 children confronting cancer, paralysis, and other medical conditions learn the art of cinematic self-expression. The MovieMaking program brings instruction and tools into hospital rooms, empowering junior filmmakers with full control over their own feature from beginning to end. Kids get to choose a film medium (such as animation or documentary), casting, location, and set creation. Production is a social affair, engaging groups of patients to foster camaraderie. Film topics such as re-entering school after a hospital stay help kids work through the social and emotional challenges of childhood illness. After filming wraps, children can learn to edit raw materials into a polished feature with the help of an experienced BayKids volunteer, adding special effects, music, and other finishing touches.
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      Girls On The Run of The Bay Area

      Mission Dolores (2415.4 mi)
      There's nothing quite like the feeling of flying across the pavement as your feet pound out the rhythm of running. With each jog they take, runners build up strength and stamina—not to mention confidence. Girls on the Run of the Bay Area works to build that confidence in young girls with recreational running programs that serve more than 1,000 girls aged 8–13. The programs meet in small groups twice a week for 10 weeks. Enthusiastic coaches engage the girls in running-based workouts with their peers, and they also address other issues that may affect the girls’ lives, such as nutrition, gossip, and standing up for themselves. At the end of the 10-week session, the girls gather for a noncompetitive 5K running event. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand to projects big and small at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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      826 Valencia

      San Francisco (2415.4 mi)
      When educator Nínive Calegari and author Dave Eggers settled on a storefront for their educational writing center 826 Valencia, they were required—due to zoning laws—to open a store in the space. They found that the interior of the former gym resembled a stripped-down ship—so they dubbed it the Pirate Supply Store. Behind this shop's whimsical stock of eye patches, glass eyes, and nautical-themed prints is the center’s real heart and soul: a writing lab filled with a reading tent, large worktables, and, of course, lots of books. The non-profit, bilingual center draws the talents of trained, volunteer tutors, who each help students aged 6-18 hone their writing skills and develop the formidable biceps of Charles Dickens. Tutors demystify the writing process through a range of free, project-based programs, such as writing workshops, after-school tutoring, and college-readiness programs. Most courses culminate in a student-created and published book, magazine, newspaper, or film—a process that encourages students to collaborate creatively and take ownership of their learning.
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      Saint Vincent De Paul

      San Francisco (2415.6 mi)
      Run by Stanford University's coaches' education trainer Mike Legarza and boasting a camper return rate of 90%, Legarza Basketball Camp develops young dribblers in a structured environment of positive support and fundamental basketball instruction, valuing hard work and effort. Morning camps focus on shooting and ball handling, as orb-bouncers will learn the basics of scoring and protecting the basketball. Players will be divided into teams for the week and play one game per day with a tournament at the end of the week. Afternoon camps concentrate on gameplay, as youngsters will be introduced to gamesmanship and strategy, such as when to feed the ball to the 7-footer in the post and when to feed the ball to the siberian tiger spotting up for a three-pointer.
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      Taichi Acupuncture

      San Francisco (2415.7 mi)
      Visitors to Taichi Acupuncture can rest easy knowing that they're in the hands of an acupuncturist who has spent more than two decades honing his craft. The clinic's acupuncture treatments can target a long list of conditions, including arthritis, stomach problems, and dizziness.
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      Leap...Imagination In Learning

      Mission (2415.3 mi)
      In 1978, California passed Proposition 13, which reduced property taxes, therefore decreasing state funding for education and eliminating the arts from many public elementary schools. Leap began in 1979 in response to this measure to ensure students could still participate in the arts. The organization uses residency programs in which professional teaching artists work in elementary and middle schools to enhance existing curricula with several weeks of expert guidance in painting, sculpting, dance, architecture, music, and theater. From serving 180 students in one school in its first year, Leap has grown to work with 8,000 students in more than 40 schools in the Bay Area, helping them to develop creativity and problem-solving skills and increase their self-esteem.
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      Connect the Dots Network

      Excelsior (2416.6 mi)
      Connect the Dots helps nonprofits, shelters, and low-income housing properties reduce their environmental impact by retrofitting their buildings. It supplies conservation materials and tools, implements frameworks and support structures for future action, and tracks water and electricity usage to ensure organizations see the immediate results of their environmental efforts. The financial savings incurred can help these organizations allocate funds to fulfill their missions. Since its inception, Connect the Dots has greened 116 facilities with 36 organizations, saving 8.7 million gallons of water, 843 pounds of waste diverted from landfills, and 158,000 kWh of electricity.
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      Root Division

      San Francisco (2415.1 mi)
      Root Division is an organization of Bay Area artists working for a livable existence in an arts and arts education community. Root Division's mission is to improve appreciation and access to the visual arts by connecting personal inspiration and community participation.
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      Kiva

      San Francisco (2415 mi)
      Kiva started small. In April 2005, founders Matt Flannery and Jessica Jackley funded seven Kiva loans, totaling $3,500, to entrepreneurs across the globe. By September, all seven borrowers had repaid in full. With this success in hand, Flannery and Jackley expanded, transforming Kiva into a full-fledged non-profit, operating under the belief that a relatively small amount of money can make a big difference in alleviating poverty. And also that there were people who wanted to lend money to underserved people they'd never met. All it took was establishing a link. Now more than one million lenders send money to people in even the most remote areas of more than 70 countries to build businesses, fund home construction, and pay for school tuition. When lenders fund microloans as low as $25 on the website, field partners distribute them to highly motivated, low-income borrowers in developing areas. Once their efforts come to fruition, the borrowers repay the capital—at an average repayment rate of 99%—giving lenders the opportunity to relend to a different project. See how Groupon helps you discover local causes and lend a helping hand to projects big and small at the Groupon Grassroots blog.
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      La Cocina

      San Francisco (2415.2 mi)
      San Francisco’s best-known food focused non-profit, La Cocina is a small-business incubator with a national reputation. Having assisted low-income women of color, often foreign-born, with culinary and entrepreneurial flair into the formation of over 30 successful endeavors, La Cocina has won universal admiration among fellow do-gooders and people who like to eat tasty arepas and fried plantains. Beyond their stunningly affordable open houses and ubiquitous presence at nearly every street fair of consequence, the community kitchen in the Mission holds classes open to everyone, where well-regarded chefs lend their talents to this noblest of organizations to inculcate a passion for sausage-, mole- or jam-making in the most food-obsessed city in America. Almost ten years on, La Cocina has become the benchmark by which every altruistic crowd-funding campaign in the food world is measured.
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      The Sage Project

      San Francisco (2414.7 mi)
      The SAGE Project aims to end human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of both children and adults worldwide. Working with partners in the United States and around the globe, SAGE raises awareness about these issues through education and advocacy programs. SAGE also helps survivors heal and start new lives through comprehensive support services, including mental-health counseling, job preparation, and case management. As many SAGE staff members have first-hand experiences with issues of prostitution, addiction, and homelessness, they provide a valuable perspective on the experience while providing a supportive, judgment-free environment for survivors, as well as women and youth still in the sex trade.
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      City Car Share

      Civic Center (2414.7 mi)
      Members of City Carshare, the company reports on its website, drive 50% less than individual car owners, annually saving more than 20 million pounds of CO2 from entering the atmosphere. This is exactly what the local nonprofit had in mind in 2001 when they opened more than 200 Bay Area lots full of fuel-efficient, alternative-fuel, and electric cars and sleighs pulled by Virginia creeper. These vehicles are the linchpin in their two-fold social commitment to creating healthy urban spaces and strong communities. The first part of that is relatively straightforward: fewer cars on the road mean less congestion and smog and reduced demand for parking lots that could be transformed into parks that grow into concrete jungles. The company defrays the high monetary costs of car ownership by providing insurance coverage, 24-hour roadside assistance, and all the fuel your vehicle needs to get on the road. To foster a sense of community, they hook members up with a private ride-sharing program and entice them to explore the city via their key fob, which unlocks perks at other local businesses. Their mission is backed by a global network of transportation visionaries in the international CarSharing Association, of which City Carshare is a founding member.
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      Gray Panthers of Sf

      San Francisco (2414.6 mi)
      SHN brings Broadway productions to San Francisco with two highly acclaimed new shows. From the director of Rent, Next to Normal invites audiences to a modern rock musical about a suburban family striving to keep it together. Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, The New York Times calls this overachieving show "more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical". Later in the season, Rock of Ages, a five time 2009 Tony Award nominee, captures the classic boy-meets-girl love story and zips it into a pair of tight leather pants. Set during the ’80s in LA's most famous rock club, a small-town girl meets a rock star, sparking an entertaining stroll through hair-metal history. Just like the psychological thriller The Notebook the story unfolds to guitar-exploding melodies from Journey, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Pat Benatar, Night Ranger, Poison, Asia, Whitesnake, and others. Customers taking advantage of this deal will become subscribers and enjoy benefits such as free ticket exchange, first access to purchase additional tickets, invitations to special events, and free commentary from audience parrots.
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      Thai Spice Restaurant

      San Francisco (2414.7 mi)
      Thai Spice: A User’s Guide Traditional Thai Noodles | Homemade Curry Paste | Signature Cocktails | International Wine List | Gluten-Free and Vegetarian Options Sample Menu Appetizer: crispy garlic quail with sriracha Entree: yellow curry with pumpkin and chicken Side: cucumber salad Dessert: fried banana with honey and ice cream What to Drink: Bartenders mix five different signature cocktails, including a cosmopolitan and an herba bloody mary with housemade tomato juice. They also stock a selection of international red and white wines. The Vibe: Three-dimensional boxes filled with spices hang from red and yellow walls in the dining room, where comfy bench seats and tables for two await diners. Inside Tip: Know your limits—certain dishes can be made to custom spice levels, ranging from mild to Thai hot. Vocab Lesson Pad: Thai word meaning “stir-fried” that prefaces many of the country’s noodle dishes. Pad see-eu: flat rice noodles stir-fried with eggs, broccoli, garlic, and soy sauce. While You’re in the Neighborhood: Before dinner, check out intricate jewelry and metalwork made from artists all over the world at Velvet da Vinci (2015 Polk Street).
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      Apollo Lodge 123 IOOF

      San Francisco (2414.5 mi)
      While students at Temple of Poi, , a school of movement and flow arts, perfect their fire-wielding skills, they also focus on channeling balance and harmony within themselves. Classes are designed to not only to help students develop techniques, but to also help them rejuvenate through performance and meditation and improve mind awareness, discipline, and self-empowerment. To keep these experiences safe, the staff stresses fire safety, and only encourages those who feel ready to dance with flames to do so. And those who are not yet ready can join the skilled dancers and perform at festivals and special events. With students ranging in age from 9 to 82, crackling hot flames whizz by as dancers twirl their ropes of fire in mesmerizing circles. For these dancers, fire is a form of self-expression. They set hula-hoops and staffs afire, and perform duets with the fans of flames. Though they make it look effortless, these masters of the art were once novices, who learned their techniques at Temple of Poi. Temple of Poi’s instructors teach fire-dancing classes with several props. In beginner and intermediate poi classes, students set fire to balls suspended from a handle, which create brilliant circles of flames when swung. Hula-hoop and staff classes also allow students to create a dazzling show with props doused in seemingly everlasting flames.
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      Homeless Prenatal Program

      San Francisco (2414.6 mi)
      Even after the initial costs of moving into a house are funded, many formerly homeless families do not have any furniture, forcing them to sleep on the floor. The Homeless Prenatal Program would like to provide at least three families with a comfortable place to sleep by delivering new bed sets to residences in need. A full set costs $150 and includes a twin mattress and box spring, bed frame, and sheet set.
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      Foundation for Sustainable Development

      SoMa (2414.5 mi)
      The Foundation for Sustainable Development (FSD) helps support underserved communities around the world through development training programs for students and professionals that address local health, environmental, social, and economic issues. Programs include short-term global service trips, internships abroad, and international volunteering, where participants work at program sites in Argentina, India, Kenya, Bolivia, Nicaragua, or Uganda. As part of FSD's commitment to grassroots, community-based action, participants work directly with local partners at each site to create economically and environmentally sustainable programs.
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      SOMArts Cultural Center

      San Francisco (2414.4 mi)
      Established: 1979 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 11–25 Parking: Metered street parking Most popular offering: Visual art & performance Pro Tip: SOMArts unique, post-industrial art venue can be a bit chilly in winter—dress warmly. Good for Kids: Yes Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Q&A with the Communications Director What sets your business apart from your competition? Founded in 1979, SOMArts embraces the entire spectrum of arts practice and cultural identity, and it is beloved in San Francisco as a truly multicultural, community-built space where cutting-edge events and counterculture commingle with traditional art forms. The post-industrial building references the history of the neighborhood. SOMArts' facility, a former machine manufacturing plant, is a 26,190 square foot space featuring a 99-seat expandable black box theater, darkroom, printmaking, ceramics and dance studios, several classrooms and two large galleries. What was the inspiration for starting this business? The mission of SOMArts is to promote and nurture art on the community level, and to foster an appreciation of and respect for all cultures. What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer? "By far - one of the coolest art venues and spaces that I have been to in a while. SOMArts is a truly impressive and rockin' art and community facility in the city. Their exhibitions are curated with a slew of well though-out insight and passion (try to ask for a tour if you can), their outdoor garden is picturesque and cultivated beautifully, and their indoor space is massive and so adaptable (just check out the slew of different events and organizations that they work with)." – Jessica T. on Yelp What’s your favorite part about your job? Working with exciting experimental and emerging San Francisco artists!
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      Masonic Grand Lodge F & AM of Ca

      San Francisco (2414.3 mi)
      Buttery riffs and heartfelt wails emanate from the stage as two legends team up to bring the bluesy sounds of the Bayou to Nob Hill. B.B. King and Buddy Guy continue their decades-long campaign to frustrate dictionary writers across the world, defining and redefining the blues with each successive record. Fresh off recording One Kind Favor, a retrospective set that pays homage to the influences of his youth, B.B. King straps on his signature Lucille guitar and dons a sapphire crown for a performance worthy of his royal name. A living link to the electric blues that lit up Chicago’s West Side in the 1950s, Buddy Guy churns out more warm licks than a golden-retriever puppy in a set that draws on his newest album, Living Proof. At 74 years old, Buddy sounds ready for another lifetime of innovation as his spry fingers hammer on chords and massage the fret board of his trusted Stratocaster.
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      Girls On The Run San Francisco

      San Francisco (2414.3 mi)
      Girls on the Run cultivates an active, noncompetitive atmosphere for 8- to 13-year-olds. Their programs help them develop confidence and a healthy body image through playing games and going for runs with each other. At the end of each 10-week program, participants, their families, and neighborhood squirrels lace up their running shoes for the Girls on the Run 5K, a fun run that snakes through Golden Gate Park. Following the event, runners gather for a celebration complete with face-painting and festive tunes mixed by a professional DJ.
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      Compass Family Services

      San Francisco (2414.2 mi)
      Compass Family Services was established in 1914 under the name Travelers' Aid San Francisco to assist newcomers who were drawn to the city by the spectacle of the 1915 World's Fair. By the time it became Compass Family Services in 1995, its mission had evolved drastically to fit the city's changing needs. In that 80-year period, it had provided social services to refugees, military personnel, and transient adults. In the 1980s, it began focusing on homeless families and sought to help them attain stability, a mission that continues today. Compass's six primary programs support more than 3,000 parents and children every year with a comprehensive array of services. Compass Connecting Point, Family Shelter, and Clara House provide people with places to live ranging from overnight stays to two-year transitional housing. Compass SF Home helps people stay in their houses with rent subsidies; the Compass Children's Center organizes child development and educational activities; and the Compass Family Resource Center works with both parents and children to ensure they maintain a strong bond and healthy relationship.
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