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ART, SPARKLE AND MUSIC LESSONS

Bay Area Creative Foundation will host a live virtual broadcast on March 31, 7 p.m., to recognize young artists. The Creative Youth Celebration will showcase the artistic talents of local high school students. As part…


PROVIDING FUNDS,COMFORT AND ART

The annual Marin Valentine’s Ball took place, virtually, on Feb. 6, to benefit Side by Side, North Bay Children’s Center and the Godmothers of St. Vincent’s School for Boys. The evening of community and celebration…


HELPING KIDS LEARN AND THRIVE

On Jan. 18, in celebration and remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr., Trips for Kids Marin partnered with Elevated Legacy for a powerful, thought provoking trail ride. After a ride to a redwood grove in…



NEW YEAR, NEW QUILTS

The Mt. Tam Quilt Guild is looking forward to the new year and making more quilts and pillowcases for donation. Some of the local nonprofits  they support include, Homeward Bound of Marin (above top), Marin…


DONATIONS HELP NEAR AND FAR

Rotary Club of San Rafael members raised $4,600 to buy gift cards for in-need San Rafael students. Target gift cards were distributed, along with goodie bags and holiday cards, in December by teachers. Several community…


HOLIDAY FUNDRAISERS, EVENTS

Guide Dogs for the Blind’s Virtual Holiday Celebration on Dec. 6 helped raise funds for its life-changing mission that empowers lives by creating exceptional partnerships between people who are visually impaired and highly qualified guide…


BIG DONATION, SAFE ADOPTIONS

The Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation announced a $25,000 grant to the Okizu Foundation, a Novato-based childhood cancer nonprofit whose Butte County kids’ camp was burned down in the Bear Fire in September. Suzie Randall,…


DELIVERING HOLIDAY JOY!

Rotary Club of Novato Sunrise members were thrilled to help purchase, wrap and deliver gifts in festive sleighs to 47 children in the 25 families at the EAH Hamilton Meadow Park low-income housing community on…