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Community Organizations - PSA Submission Guidelines

Hi, I'm Nikki Thomas, News and Public Affairs Director at 102.9 The New KBLX. We are proud to be your connection to everything that’s happening in the Bay Area community! Stay informed and involved with KBLX’s community programming: Community Connection, PSA’s, and Bayview. If your nonprofit has an event or volunteer opportunity you’d like to share with the KBLX Community, click here to submit.

Please follow the guidelines below if you would like to submit your Public Service Announcement for consideration or if you would like to submit your nonprofit organization for a guest slot on Bayview.
BE SURE TO LISTEN TO THE KBLX COMMUNITY SHOW, BAYVIEW, HOSTED BY NIKKI THOMAS, SATURDAY MORNINGS AT 5:30AM!


Here’s What’s Going On In The Community

Meet Lenora Williams The Non Profit Guru

You can hear her 4 times a day every Saturday between 10am-3pm. Click here to find out more. You can reach Lenora by email at williamsLL@aol.com

 

Be Safe During Prom & Graduation Time

During prom and graduation season, be sure to ask open-ended questions to help your teen think through potential scenarios involving alcohol.  Download the free Anheuser-Busch Family Talk About Drinking parent guide at FamilyTalkAboutDrinking.com for tips on how to begin – and continue – the conversation.  A message from Anheuser-Busch, Horizon Beverage Company and102.9 KBLX.
 

SF General Hospital Needs Your Help

When an emergency strikes in the city, San Francisco General Hospital answers the call. The General’s new Acute Care and Trauma Center is opening this December. But funds are still needed to supply the new center with the most advanced life-saving equipment available. Help The General deliver the best care to those who need it most. Answer the call at HeartOfOurCity.org
 

Blood Centers of the Pacific - O Negative Blood Shortage

“Everybody knows that donating blood is the easiest way there is to save lives. But did you know there is a blood shortage going on in Northern California right now – especially of O Negative blood. In a life or death emergency often there is no time to find out what blood type the accident victims are, so the only blood they can be given in those first critical moments is O Negative – the universal donor. Please, donate blood this week. Visit www.bloodcenters.org , find a drive near you, and be a lifesaver. Blood Centers of the Pacific gratefully accepts all blood types.”

 

Protect Our Storm Drains!

Litter isn’t just an eyesore; it also pollutes! Rain and wind can carry plastic bags, food wrappers, and paper cups into storm drains polluting our creeks and the Bay. Pick up trash whenever you see it. For more information follow us on Facebook or visit BayWise.org.

 

Veterans Matter 

Veterans Matter is a non-profit organization committed to assisting veterans and children to keep them out of the streets. Not only do they help with providing permanent housing, but they also use their efforts to provide services for healthcare and overall support to get the family's lives back on track. For more information click here.


LIFE ElderCare

LIFE ElderCare provides services to seniors so they can live independently in their own homes. Make a difference in someone's life by becoming a volunteer! Volunteers drive these seniors to and from appointments and for shopping trips. It only takes a few hours and makes a world of a difference. For more information, click here.

 

The Second Start Program

Do you know an adult who wants to improve at reading and writing? The Second Start Program at Oakland Public Library helps English-speaking adults build basic literacy skills through one-on-one tutoring and small classes. It’s FREE and confidential.Get a Second Start today.
Call 510-238-3432 or click here for more information.

2nd Annual Oakland Empowerment Scholarship Pageant

Register today for the 2nd Annual Oakland Empowerment Scholarship Pageant for girls 13 to 18 years old. Meet emcee and Celebrity Chef Nikki Shaw and prepare to win! Compete for a 2 year $3,000 program at 4 community colleges.  Win cash gifts….computer…family vacation with Southwest Airlines and lots of fun!  Register online today at Oakland at www.OaklandTeenEmpowermentPageant.org. or call 510-326-8668. Hurry deadline approaching soon.                     _________________________________________________________________________

East Bay Gives
Tuesday, May 5th

The East Bay Community Foundation is proud to present East Bay Gives on May 5th. It’s a 24-hour day of giving to benefit 355 East Bay nonprofit organizations. Visit eastbaygives.org, and  get ready to give where you live! A message from the East Bay Community Foundation for East Bay Gives 2015. Click here for a look at the great work they do.

 

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in San Francisco!
Tuesday, May 5th

Mission Neighborhood Centers is inviting you to the 11th annual San Francisco Cinco de Mayo celebration held on Valencia Street (between 21st and 24th Streets) in San Francisco, on Saturday, May 3rd from 10am. to 6pm. This FREE event is an alcohol-free, no-smoking, family friendly celebration and will showcase the very best of Mexican and Latin American cultures with a diverse array of Mexican and Latino foods, music, dance and artistry for the entire family to enjoy.  Any proceeds directly benefit Mission Neighborhood Centers, services. For more information, please visit www.sfcincodemayo.com

 

Protect Your Heart Health Fair
Wednesday, May 6th

Join the Protect Your Heart Health Fair – focused on high blood pressure and stroke risk-reduction. The event happens at the Bayview YMCA from 11:30 – 1:30pm. They’ll have physical fitness instruction, healthy meal demos, blood pressure screenings, and more! For more info, call (415) 355-2028.

 

Spring/Summer Fashion Show
Thursday, May 7th

Join A City Obsession Boutique for a Spring/Summer Fashion Show, benefitting the Sankofa Institute of Technology & Science, Thursday, May 7th at Geoffrey’s Inner Circle, 410 14th Street in Oakland. Event starts at 7pm. RSVP to acityobsession01@gmail.com

 

1000 Mothers to Prevent Violence
Saturday, May 9th

1000 Mothers to Prevent Violence presents 6th Annual Family & Friends 3K Walk for Healing, Saturday, May 9th at San Leandro Marina Park, 13801 Monarch Bay Drive in San Leandro from 9am-2pm.  To register click here. Register by April 30th and get a FREE T-shirt! ABC 7's Cheryl Jennings emcees the event with entertainment from Flo Band & Juan Escovedo.

 

Babiez Mobie Offers Rides To Low Income Familes
Saturday, May 9th

Babiez mobile is having a fundraiser on Saturday, May 9th at 2pm. at Kennedy Park in hopes to raise money so we can expand our services through the bay area. And to also inform our community all about the services that Babiez mobile provides. Babiez mobile provides transportation services to low income families in the Bay Area. They  can take someone to doctors appointments, W.I.C. appointments, school, job interviews and other important meetings that you might not be able to get to. More info here.

 

Grand Opening Of A NEW Lifelong Urgent Care Services
Saturday, May 9th

Celebrate the addition of  Lifelong Urgent Care Services, Saturday, May 9th from 11am-3pm! Located across the street from Doctors Medical Center, 2023 Vale Road at Lifelong Brookside in San Pablo. Come meet your care providers and learn about the health services available. Also, bring your insurance and enrollment questions.

 

Parents Connected Anniversary Gala Dinner 
Saturday, May 9th

Parents Connected is an organization dedicated to help children and other parents succeed in school no matter what grade. Their main goal is to support children with whatever they need for good public education. The group proudly invites you to their Anniversary Gala Dinner on Saturday, May 9th at 6pm. This will be held at the Wedgwood Banquet Center at the Brentwood Golf Course (100 Summerset Drive in Brentwood). Tickets and more information are available online at parentsconnected.eventbrite.com. 

 

TNDC’s 34th Annual Birthday Dinner
Tuesday, May 12th

Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation invites you to its 34th Annual Birthday Dinner on Tuesday, May 12th in San Francisco. The annual birthday party will honor home, health and happiness and feature dinner, entertainment, dancing and an awards ceremony. Help TNDC provide affordable housing and support services for low-income people. Click here for more info.

 

Honoring 20 Years of Heroes
Friday, May 15th

Join the Urban Y in HONORING 20 YEARS OF HEROES, at a five course culinary and wine pairing experience on Friday, May 15th at Terra in San Francisco. With your support, we can join together to empower future generations and help shape the Bay Area’s leaders of tomorrow. For more information, click here

 
Wishes in Wine Country
Saturday, May 16th
 
Want to help make a wish come true? The Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area's continues to grant eligible children with life-threatening meidcal conditions their one wish and you can help contribute. On Saturday, May 16, the foundation will be holding their Wishes in Wine Country event in order to raise $830,000 to help grant 390 wishes that they are planning this year. The event will take place at the Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards located at 4401 Slusser Rd in Windsor. Buy your tickets HERE
 

Kimochi Spirit Awards
Saturday, May 16th

The Kimochi Spirit Awards recognize individuals and corporations that inspire with their leadership and unite community with their giving. They are ardent in their work to bring positive change…whether through acts of legislation, advocacy and counsel, or by lending a hand to help people find a better place. You’re invited, Saturday, May 16th from Noon-2:30pm at Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, 1881 Post Street in San Francisco. For more info, click here or call 415-931-2294.

 

Soul Stroll For Health 2015
Saturday, May 16th

It's that time of the year again! The Soul Stroll for Health is back! This annual walk has one-, three and five-mile courses that will be marked along San Mateo's Coyote Point Park for you to enjoy. Don't forget you can check out free health screenings, children's activities and did we mention, continental breakfast & lunch will be provided? This all takes places Saturday, May 16th from 9am to 1pm at Coyote Point Park in San Mateo. Tickets are $15 before May 11 and $20 on-site. Free admission for children under age 5. For more information and to purchase your tickets, head to aachac.org

 
GLO Summer Adventures
NOW - May 17th

GLO Summer Adventures is now taking enrollment for this summer camp season. Please enroll your five to eleven year olds now at GLOINC.org. Let your child experience their best summer in S F.

 
Spring Dog Festival
Sunday, May 17th

Fun for Dogs and Their People! Bring your dog out to play at the 14th Annual C-DOG Spring Dog Festival, Sunday, May 17th at Soquel High School, 401 Soquel San Jose Road in Soquel.  We'll have lots of games, agility, treibball, nosework, herding, field work, and LURE COURSING! An adoption showcase helps rescue dogs find homes. Click HERE for more info.

 

FREE CPR training
Tuesday, May 19th

In honor of National EMS Week, the Solano County EMS Recognition Workgroup will be hosting the 2015 Public Education Day,  Free CPR training (non-healthcare provider) in Vallejo, 5/19 9am-4pm. The class will be offered in English and Spanish, at the First Baptist Church at 2025 Sonoma Blvd in Vallejo. Contact Areli Williams at ANWILLIAMS@SOLANOCOUNTY.COM or 707.784.8908 to register.

 

Oakland Tech Hosts Centennial Events
May 22nd-25th

The Centennial Gala will take place over Memorial Day Weekend, May 22nd-25th, and will include this exciting set of events designed to maximize participation for any and all members of the Oakland Tech Community. Click here for more details and to register online.

 
Wardrobe for Opportunity's
20th Anniversary Spring to Success Soiree
Friday, May 29th
 
WFO's biggest event of the year is on May 29th, 2015 at Scott's Jack London! WFO's premier fundraising event attracts over 200 people each year for a luxurious silent auction, meaningful client stories and a night of celebration of 20 years of Building Bay Area Careers! More information available at www.wardrobe.org
 
 
Oakland Indie Awards
Friday, May 29th

Did you know that for every 100 dollars spent at locally owned businesses, $68 dollars stays in the community? The 9th Annual Indie Awards celebrates local businesses, artists and the power of buying local. Join this colorful celebration of 2,000 people as we party with a purpose on Friday, May 29th at Jack London Square’s Market Building. Go to OaklandIndieAwards.com to nominate your favorite business or artist, purchase tickets, or get more info. 

 

Music Medicine Benefits UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland
Saturday, May 30th

Local and national artists donate their time and talents to help raise funds for the kids at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. This event is an important part of our overall fundraising efforts and helps increase awareness about Children’s Hospital impact on families in our community. We are asking for your support! As a sponsor you can receive tickets to the event, VIP reception, After Party Mixer, listing on promotional flyers, event program, banners, media announcements, website, and other materials. In addition to brand exposure, 100 percent of your tax-deductible sponsorship goes to improving the lives of kids right here in the Bay Area. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFO.

 

Meals on Wheels...A Taste of Southeast Asia
Sunday, June 7th
 
Join Alameda County Meals on Wheels, Sunday, June 7th atop the beautiful Kaiser Rooftop Garden in Oakland, for their 28th Annual Benefit, A Taste of Southeast Asia. Bid on exciting auction lots, sip premium wines, and savor delights, exquisitely prepared by the East Bay's finest chefs. Tickets are available online at www.feedingseniors.org.
 
 
An Open Love Letter to Black Fathers: A Choreopoem
June 18th - 20th
 
DelinaDreamProductions will present An Open Love Letter to Black Fathers: A Choreopoem- June 18th - 20th - (Thurs. - Sat.). An Open Love Letter to Black Fathersblends text, poetry, song and dance to unveil the deeply moving relationships between several father-daughter pairs, by whom themes of addiction, sexual violence and incarceration are explored in tandem with forgiveness, unconditional love, and the dynamic complexity of Black familial relationships. The script is autobiographical, and also includes true accounts of 8 African American daughters who were interviews during the research phase of this project. This show will be featured at The Flight Deck in Oakland. For more information click here.
 

San Francisco Lymphoma Walk
Saturday, June 20th

Since 2005, the San Francisco Lymphoma Walk has raised $618,000 in support of the Lymphoma Research Foundation’s mission to eradicate lymphoma and support those touched by this disease.  Join us Saturday, June 20th at 8am at the Golden Gate Park-Band Shell on the Music Concourse Drive in San Francisco. Click here for more details.

 

Make History on The Oak Train!
Saturday, June 20th

We are breaking the Guinness World Record of the Largest Soul Train Line on Saturday, June 20th, from 9am-5pm. The Oak Train will set a new record at historical deFremery Park, 1651 Adeline Street, in Oakland. Want to be a part of the Official Record Line and have the ability to dance continually for three +  hours sign up for the lottery.  All lottery entries must be submitted by 5pm on May 30th.  It dosent stop here sign up for hourly soul train lines.  Wear your 70’s and 80’s gear to compete in the best of the period outfit.  Vendor and Sponsorship opportunities available. Funds to benefit deFremery Park children.  Click here for more info.

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