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SF Bay Area

Ch… ch… changes!

Over the past year or so, all of us at The B* Project have experienced many eye-opening events that have made us stop and think about the fundamental purpose of this group and how the programs that we have setup … Continue reading

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Happy Earth Day!

We hope you and your families were able to get outdoors today whether you helped clean up an area, planted trees, or just enjoyed the fresh air. We love you, Mother Earth! And everyone here at The B* Project promises … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”

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The Princess Project

Every girl has dreamt of being a princess. At young ages, little girls dressed up in tiaras and sparkly gowns emulating famous Disney princesses such as Belle, Aurora, and Cinderella.  In high school, Junior Proms and Senior Balls give these … Continue reading

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Helping Others Helps With Depression

MONDAY, Jan. 2 (HealthDay News) — Doing something nice for someone else often leaves people feeling good about themselves and positive about their place in the world. But does that mean practicing random acts of kindness has scientifically proven therapeutic … Continue reading

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January is National Blood Donor Month

Give Blood and Help Patients in Need Since 1970, Blood Donor Month has been observed to educate everyone about the importance of being a blood donor and the impact blood donations can have on patients who need blood. “We want … Continue reading

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Thanks to a Chronicle story and a bighearted donor, families of San Francisco schoolchildren now living on the street will have a home for the holidays. As many as 200 families spending their nights in city shelters, sleeping in cars or on … Continue reading

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