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In this time of expanded need, Whistlestop is continuing and expanding its home delivered meals service and other vital programs. In order to rapidly meet the changing needs of Marin’s vulnerable populations, a new fund has been developed. Those wishing to donate to the Expanded Services Fund can visit In addition to funds, extra volunteer drivers for the Meals on Wheels and Whistlestop Nourish programs are needed. They are both home delivered meals programs.  Go to or call 415-456-9067 for information.    -Photo courtesy of Whistlestop


The Homeward Bound of Marin community faces an unprecedented challenge with the coronavirus but remains committed to the mission to provide support and shelter to families and individuals facing homelessness. The shelters and housing programs will continue to operate.  The organization faces a loss of social enterprise revenue from events that had been scheduled in for The Key Room. The best way to help Homeward Bound continue serving its clients is by donating at or call (415) 382-3363.  -Photo courtesy of Homeward Bound of Marin


WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital will be open to admit injured and orphaned animals from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., seven days a week. The Living with Wildlife Hotline, (415) 456-7283, will be available from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. and for wildlife emergencies only from 5-9 p.m. seven days a week. WildCare’s Courtyard and Museum will be closed until at least March 30 when the risk to the public from COVID-19 will be reassessed.  Go to to find information.  -Photo courtesy of Alison Hermance




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