Ceres Community Project

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CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT

Ceres Community Project supports primarily low-income people who are struggling because of serious health challenges with free and low-cost, home-delivered, organic meals and nutrition education. The organization’s meal delivery volume has tripled during COVID-19. You…



GIFTS FROM ROTARIANS, CERES’ MILESTONE

Members of the Rotary Club of San Rafael donated $1,000 to Homeward Bound of Marin which was used to purchase new bikes, outdoor play equipment and games for the organization’s emergency family shelter in San…


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VIRTUAL NUTRITIOUS COOKING CLASSES

  Join Amanda Newman-Crutcher, the Nutrition Education and Services Manager at Ceres Community Project, for one of its virtual classes exploring the connections between food and health.  Classes will include educational support, wellness strategies, a…




RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE IN THE NONPROFIT WORLD

The Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) presented its 27th Annual Heart of Marin Awards on Jan. 9 at a luncheon at the Marin Center Exhibit Hall in San Rafael.  600 community leaders, volunteers,…


TO CELEBRATE LIFE GRANTS $375,000 TO NONPROFITS

On April 3, To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation awarded a total of $375,000 in grants to 22 Bay Area nonprofit organizations that help women and men with breast health issues. The grantees (back row,…


SCHOOLSRULE, CERES COMMUNITY PROJECT

“Step Right Up,” the sixth annual SchoolsRule Marin event on June 28 at the Marin County Fairgrounds, featured gourmet food, wine and lots of entertainment. Guests generously donated during this year’s Raise the Paddle, raising nearly $100,000…