FOR CHILDREN Will
provide a foster child
with a birthday gift —
for some children, their
first birthday gift ever.
Lifehouse Funds a
for four people with
developmental dis-abilities in the Lifehouse
$250 $5 00
Boys & Girls
Clubs of Marin
Covers the cost of afternoon snacks at one of
15 clubhouses for one
day. This branch of the
national charity provides
more than 70,000 meals
and snacks annually.
BREAD AND ROSES Buys
one new microphone for vocalists
to use when performing on location.
breadandroses.org HEADLANDS CENTER FOR
THE ARTS Pays for a week’s worth of food
for one Artist in Residence. headlands.org
WARM WISHES Buys five StreetPacks
for needy families. Each StreetPack includes
a brand-new scarf, rain poncho, hat, socks, a
handmade card, and a pair of gloves for the cold
winter months. warmwishes.org
Marin Center for Independent
Living Covers a lifesaving prescription for a
low-income person suffering from seizures or other
serious medical affliction. marincil.org
RIVER OT TER
Supports upkeep of the
Bay Area Otter Spotter
map for three months.
SOCIE TY Buys two
so volunteers can
safely walk shelter dogs.
marinhumanesociety.org SYZ YGY DANCE
a dance class for
four veterans with
Autistry Studios Buys gen-
eral art supplies (paints, brushes,
clay, canvas, etc.) for students with
Marin Buys sheet
music for a choral program. schoolsrule.org
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF MARIN
AND PE TALUMA Pays for a year of
programs for one club member.
10,000 DEGREES Helps cover the cost of
needed supplies like scientific calculators.
Do It For
for wish recipient,
OFFERINGS Pays for an entertainer with special
needs to be hired to perform at an Offerings annual
event. This allows the performer the chance to demonstrate gifts and talents like their peers do in the
entertainment world. globalofferings.org
the cost of food and
a cooking teacher
for one family class.
Opening the World Pays for community
bonding activities. Each year, OT W leads three
to four outings that provide youth with opportunities to learn more about themselves and
enjoy cultural shows they may otherwise not be
exposed to (a theatrical play, a Cirque du Soleil
performance, a professional sports game, barbecue, fitness activities, etc.). openingtheworld.org
Funds new water-saving
irrigation pipes in the
Plants Gone Wild adaptive vegetable garden.
Will buy a health-check visit
for an elephant.
Equips five volunteers
with the tools they need —
delivery bags, ice packs,
ExtraFood apron — to
pick up donated food and
deliver it to those in need.
SF-MARIN FOOD BANK Fills seven bags for
those in need who are enrolled at one of the 250
pantries around Marin and San Francisco. Each
bag weighs about 30 pounds and is stocked with
a balance of nutritious foods such as fresh fruits
and vegetables, lean protein and whole grains.
This amount helps feed three families for a week.
WildCare Feeds a baby owl the five meals a
day it needs to grow up strong, healthy and ready to
return to the wild. wildcarebayarea.org
STONE SOUP MARIN
Funds a full home-style
meal service for 60
residents at the Mill
Street Center. Each
meal is prepared by a
team of volunteers
and features nutritious
and comforting fare,
Provides fresh produce
and protein sources
to 160 hungry, low-income seniors through
the Brown Bag Pantry
program four times a
WildCare Allows the purchase of an incubator
to keep tiny ducklings warm and safe when they are
at their smallest. wildcarebayarea.org