In order to maintain social distancing, many food banks are handing out prepackaged containers of food.
Bill Woodcock talks to Berkeleyside about why a cooperative is trying to interfere with the sale of .org, the digital home to the world’s nonprofits.
After eight years of fighting food waste while training, hiring and nourishing underserved communities in Alameda, the nonprofit catering company is ready to expand.
There are 24,000 people in Berkeley who are “food insecure.” With the increased space, BFN hopes to reach many of them.
Founder Khafre Jay incorporates political and social consciousness into his own music and his nonprofit encourages positive, change-oriented hip-hop.
While Parkinson’s remains a scary, relentless disease for which a cure has yet to be found, exercise can relieve symptoms that medicine cannot reach.
Rising Sun helps youth, underserved and re-entry adults pursue careers in construction and clean energy.
The third oldest LGBTQ center in the country opened in response to gay bashing. These days it provides respite for a community that feels it needs it more than ever.
A Berkeley firefighter almost died last fall after he was left more than two floors up in a smoke-filled building as flames closed in and his oxygen ran down, a new video reveals.
Downtown business owners and neighbors expressed frustration that a new center for young adults with mental illness and substance abuse problems was approved without public input.
The Berkeley Art Center has put on many provocative shows in its 50-year history but now faces challenges about how to pay for its building.
Residents in South and West Berkeley have greater health risks than those in other neighborhoods. The Center for Food, Faith & Justice is addressing the issue with garden, classes.