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Published on June 24th, 2020
Troop 234 offers food drive through June 28
Moraga's Boy Scout Troop 234 is holding a food drive to benefit those impacted by the coronavirus in Contra Costa County through the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. There are a variety of ways to donate: by donating food at a local drop-off location (see below), ...Submitted by Kindra Sampson


Published on June 24th, 2020
Campo Key Club food drive continues through end of June
Sophia Taylor picks up a donation for the Campo Key Club Food Drive benefitting the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. The food drive extends through the month of June. Donations of non-perishable food items in paper bags, placed near mailboxes, are picked up each ...Submitted by Tim Freeman


Published on June 24th, 2020
Lamorinda teens shield the vulnerable
People during this pandemic have been in more need of medical attention and care than ever, and thousands of first-line medical workers risk their own health and safety to help others in need, relying only on facial protection to keep themselves safe from the deadly ...Submitted by Carly Hoskins


Published on June 24th, 2020
NCL Acalanes Area Chapter continues volunteer efforts during pandemic
Members from the National Charity League, Inc., Acalanes Area Chapter, continue to serve NCL's mission and its commitment to service by helping the local community and disaster relief efforts.
Submitted by Jillian Esopa


Published on June 10th, 2020
Boy Scout Troop creates Birthday Buddies for Aegis
Initially created to be summer program during the shelter-in-place order, Ben Boccabella, with the support of his Boy Scout Troop 237 in Orinda, organized Birthday Buddies for Aegis in Moraga. Having so much fun, however, the troop may extend the program throughout the ...Submitted by Karen Boccabella


Published on June 10th, 2020
St. Perpetua students give back through food drive
St. Perpetua School in Lafayette, whose motto is "Be the Good," had the privilege of giving back to the community by participating in Monument Crisis Center's food drive this spring during an unprecedented time of need. Families donated non-perishable items, such as ...Submitted by Britt Strottman and Lindsay Hanover


Published on June 10th, 2020
Daughters of American Revolution sponsors kids' poster contest
The national society Daughters of the ...Submitted by Mary Carrillo


Published on June 10th, 2020
AAUW-OML awards scholarships to local students
Since 1978, AAUW-OML (American Association of University Women-Orinda Moraga Lafayette Branch) has supported education of young women in the community by awarding college scholarships.
Submitted by Marielle Boortz


Published on May 27th, 2020
Community comes together to benefit local nonprofits
Lafayette Community Foundation would like to thank everyone who participated in the COVID-19 Community Matching Campaign. The community really came together and helped LCF exceed its campaign goal proving that community can't be canceled. LCF will distribute more than ...Submitted by Rhonda Andronico


Published on May 27th, 2020
Photographer swaps portraits for cash to benefit MCC
Local photographer Craig Isaacs recently started a fundraising project to benefit the Monument Crisis Center: "People donate to MCC," he said, "and they get a `pandemic porch portrait.'" So far, Isaacs' photos have resulted in raising about $5,000 in donations to MCC. ...


Published on May 27th, 2020
Teachers of the Year candidates announced
The following Lamorinda teachers were ...Submitted by Jonathan Lance


Published on May 27th, 2020
Senior class of NCL Acalanes Area Chapter recognized for service
National Charity League, Inc., Acalanes Area Chapter announced the Senior Class of 2020 has served 8,154 hours in local communities. Through their volunteerism, fundraising and donations, the class of 2020 has made a positive impact on the lives of many people in need. ...Submitted by Jillian Esopa


Published on May 27th, 2020
Campo Student Library Project books arrive at Malawi school
The Campo Student Library Project at Campolindo High School teamed up with the global literacy nonprofit, African Library Project, to collect and ship 1,000 gently used children's books to create an elementary school library. Last school year, the club ran a book drive ...Submitted by Carla Barros


Published on May 13th, 2020
Matching grant increases Lafayette Rotary's food bank donation to $60K
The Lafayette Rotary Club hand delivered a $30,000 donation on May 8 to the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano County. The sense of urgency to deliver the donation that day was so the club could qualify for a matching grant made available by Steve and Susan ...Submitted by Larry Blodgett



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