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Thanksgiving Volunteering Opportunities for 2020Thanksgiving Volunteering Opportunities for 2020
By - posted 11/17/2020
Support the Bay, Thanksgiving

Take a moment to give back to the community this Thanksgiving. Holiday volunteerism may look a little different this year, but now more than ever, Bay Area families need your help. Read on below for organizations across San Francisco and the Bay Area in need of volunteers to help spread food more...

SF Restaurant Scene Rebounds After Months Long ShutdownSF Restaurant Scene Rebounds After Months Long Shutdown
By - posted 10/20/2020
Eat & Drink, Indoor Dining, Outdoor Dining, Support the Bay

Thankfully, now that indoor dining has returned to San Francisco, restaurants are on the road to recovery. This past weekend, CBS – KPIX5 noted that restaurants along San Francisco’s waterfront had an air of normalcy. Restaurants such was Waterbar and Epic Steak on the Embarcadero were at capacity. Yes, things looked a more...

Will SF Extend Small Business Eviction Protections?Will SF Extend Small Business Eviction Protections?
By - posted 9/16/2020
Only in San Francisco, Support the Bay

Mayor London N. Breed issued a press release on September 15, regarding San Francisco’s local commercial eviction protections. Local governments do not normally have control over commercial leases because those rules are governed by state law, but Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order in March, which allowed local governments to more...

AMEX Gives You $50 to Shop SmallAMEX Gives You $50 to Shop Small
By - posted 7/31/2020
Freebies, Support the Bay

Thanks to The Points Guy for tipping us off that Amex has brought back its popular Shop Small promotion. Typically, the Shop Small program kicks off on Small Business Saturday, which is held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, encouraging customers to do their shopping with small, local businesses instead of big more...

Oakland's "Fairyland" Is About to Get Much More DiverseOakland’s “Fairyland” Is About to Get Much More Diverse
By - posted 7/29/2020
Bay Area Updates, Causes, Support the Bay

Thank you to The Oaklandside for letting us know that the Children’s Fairyland plans to reopen safely and with more diverse representation. America’s first storybook theme park (which predates and partially inspired Disneyland) Children’s Fairyland will mark its anniversary in September, but it might take a little bit more magic to more...

Free Produce Boxes for Food and Beverage WorkersFree Produce Boxes for Food and Beverage Workers
By - posted 5/29/2020
Support the Bay, Uplifting

CUESA and the USBG SF are collaborating on a new project called Feed Hospitality to provide free boxes of fresh, healthy produce to members of our hospitality community who are out of work while supporting local farmers who have lost high-volume restaurant business. Support our hospitality community and local farms through more...