Fighting Hunger in the Bay Area
Before the pandemic, one in five people was at risk of hunger in San Francisco and Marin, now that the pandemic has upended thousands of people’s lives and livelihoods the need is even greater. As a result, there is a dramatic increase in food insecurity in our community. The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is now serving twice as many households as pre-pandemic.
Global Office approached the SF-Marin Food Bank at the end of 2020, sharing our vision of developing partnerships with local nonprofits. In March and April, Global Office will match all contributions up to $500 made through their website.
Global Office COO Anthony Bishop comments, “In the past year, Covid has greatly magnified existing food insecurity and financial vulnerabilities in local communities. Partnering with the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is part of our ongoing commitment to serve the communities we live and work in”.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Global Office has supported frontline healthcare workers with donations of PPE and hot meals. With the recent decline in Covid related hospitalizations, we are shifting our focus to the economic impact of the pandemic.
Your contributions will fight food insecurity in San Francisco & Marin County, providing meals for our neighbors in a dignified manner. During March & April, Global Office will match contributions up to $500 per donation.
Building a Hunger-Free Future
Global Office North
Thanks to everyone who joined us at our recent Grand Opening Party at The Barn at Meriam Park. We’ve partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley and were pleased to make a donation on behalf of everyone who attended. Here at the Global Office North branch we feel very fortunate to be part of the business community serving the Chico area and Northern California.
Boys & Girls Club of the North Valley
Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley (BGCNV) is a private 501c3 non-profit organization formed in 1995 to provide comprehensive youth development services, activities and programs for youth in the northstate region. It is governed by a local board of volunteer directors, staffed by over 70 youth development professionals and supported by over 500 community volunteers.
BGCNV currently serves more than 2,000 youth and operates 10 sites, throughout Butte & Glenn Counties, where members, ages 6 to 18, can access a variety of quality services in Academics, Health & Wellness and Character and Leadership programs. Our primary focus area is out of school time programs designed to provide comprehensive youth development services, activities and programs for youth in the northstate region.
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