Everyone is invited to join us for a special kick-off celebration on: Thursday, May 31, 2018 From 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM At the Educational Park Branch Library The event will begin with a storytime featuring Q from the San Jose Earthquakes followed by opening remarks from Mayor Sam Liccardo, Councilmember Lan Diep, City Librarian Jill Bourne, and YMCA CEO Sandy Berlin Walker. The celebration will also include a book giveaway and a variety of fun activities. Schedule of Events 11
Last month, the Mercury News published stories about a burned out house in San Jose’s Willow Glen neighborhood that sold for more than $900,000 and a condemned house in Fremont that fetched $1.2 million. These stories are vivid reminders of the Bay Area’s housing crisis and exemplify the dilemma faced by our residents, where even families earning six figures have trouble finding a decent place to live. A new study by the California Housing Partnership found that Bay Area resi
Join the Farming Hope community for our first pop up fundraiser dinner in sunny San Jose!
What: Multi-course pop up dinner & fundraiser to support Farming Hope's upcoming cafe.
When: Friday, May 18, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: San Jose First United Methodist Church 24 N 5th St, San Jose, CA (across from City Hall)
Why: Gather to hear about Farming Hope San Jose's plans to start a cafe! Partner with us in raising $5000 at our inaugural pop up dinner to network
In a region famed for its foodie culture, where the well-heeled can dine on gold-flecked steaks, $500 tasting menus and $29 loaves of bread, hunger is alarmingly widespread, according to a new study shared exclusively with the Guardian.
One in four people in Silicon Valley are at risk of hunger, researchers at the Second Harvest food bank have found. Using hundreds of community interviews and data modeling, a new study suggests that 26.8% of the population – almost 720,000