Northern California’s Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Sunday - January 17

The latest local Bay Area/San Jose/Sacramento area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!

The path to healing begins with justice. A moral revolution guided by values is a necessary precondition for systemic change. #PICO #faith #MLKDay

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Youth who enter the U.S. with nothing but the clothes on their backs are seeking #refuge and #safety. We are committed to doing everything we can to help guide underprivileged #immigrant children and families through the path to citizenship. Learn more at https://t.co/CIQfjasZ5f

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San Francisco lost yet another legend.

Margo St. James, who passed away at the age of 83 on January 12, was not only a St. James Infirmary founder, but an activist who tirelessly fought for the rights of sex workers nationwide. Rest in peace, Margo.

https://t.co/bAk6zOotsk

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"The zest is yet to come!" (HAD to repost) @FMCfarmersmkt: It’s citrus season at the market, and ~the zest~ is yet to come! Vitamin C is a great immunity booster, & what better way to get your fill than with farm fresh produce? Find delicious mandarin varieties...today!

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We are all in this together.
Art by: abecalendar for culturestrike on IG

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On Valentine’s Day, the first-ever monument honoring the Women of the Black Panther Party will be unveiled by @westoaklandmuralproject! The mural is created to honor both the #SayHerName movement and the Women of the BPP.

RSVP to the virtual unveiling: https://t.co/wH7Gr0pyNu

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Nice read from hbr. Perhaps we add "nonprofit" to the authors words to then read . . .#nonprofit Leaders who ask powerful questions have the greatest success in both seizing new opportunities and addressing unexpected challenges—and they build cultures. . . into the future.

Eide Bailly@EideBaillyLLP

Leaders who ask powerful and inspiring questions are able seize new opportunities and address unexpected challenges. Here are 3 ways to lead authentically during times of uncertainty. https://t.co/wlU5Imiqdt

Happy Sunday! Take a look at some of the events #SJPL is hosting this week.✨

You can register for any event at: https://t.co/IWRSTI1mCU

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Don't live in doubt. Covid testing is safe, easy, convenient, and it can save lives. For more information, visit https://t.co/yUMNNwizx3 or call 211.
#StopTheSpread

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We are two weeks into the new year... How are you doing?

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Are you available, Feb.11th to join us for a great cause?
United Way Bay Area’s Women United & award-winning local winemakers, @BallettoWine invite you to “Galentine’s Day” to toast for a cause! Enjoy virtual #WineTasting & #Networking
RSVP by Jan. 28th https://t.co/XgEfrP7dw6

We are excited to announce our Blueprint for Belonging-Regional Narratives project has been awarded a grant by @BlueShieldFound!

#OBI #Grants #Belonging
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Scenes like this challenged artists to depict the shimmering textures of land, water, and sky.

George Laurens Kiers (Dutch, 1838–1916), “An Outing”. Crocker Art Museum, gift of Mary Ann and Jan Beekhuis.

#MuseumMomentOfZen #CrockerArt

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