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96 Elephants Are Killed in Africa Daily – TAKE A STAND
 
Neighborhoods all over the country are on high alert! The death toll is now at 96 a day. At that rate there will be no elephants left in ten years!  And that’s a crime against us all. Stop the ivory trade, fight the crime! Go to www.96elephants.org!

Save Lives with Be The Match

Be The Match, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program, connects patients with blood diseases to their life-saving marrow or stem cell transplant. They do this by managing the largest and most diverse donor registry in the world, conducting research on how to improve transplant outcomes, and by providing support services to patients and their families. Anyone between the ages of 18-44 who is in good health and committed to donating to a patient in need is encouraged to join the donor registry. Joining is simple and takes less than 10 minutes – all you need to do is fill out a form and swab your cheek. Once you join, you stay on the registry until you are 61 and are called to donate only if you are the best match for a patient. For the patients we serve, transplant is their best or only chance for survival and most people don’t realize they have the power to be that patient’s cure. You can help! Click here to sign up today!  

See, Stop, Prevent - Dependent & Older Adult Abuse

Statistics show that 1 out of 10 Americans over the age of 60 will experience elder abuse in their lifetime. Signs of elder abuse can appear as unexplained bruising, depression, unusual financial activity, isolation, or the inability to do daily tasks. If you suspect a loved one may be a victim of abuse, contact the TIES Line at 1 (800) 675-8437 for resources and assistance in San Mateo County. All calls are confidential.
This message is brought to you by San Mateo County’s Aging and Adult Services. Click here for more info.


 


Oakland Unified School District, California Football Championship
Friday, January 6th 2017


McClymonds High School, Oakland Unified School District and the City of Oakland are preparing to celebrate the first California State Football Championship in the history of the Oakland Athletic League. The McClymonds Warriors played against La Jolla Country Day in San Diego and won the Division 5A CIF Championship!

Friday, January 6th 2017 will be a day of celebration for the team starting at 12:30 p.m with a rally at City Hall followed by an open-topped double-decker bus caravan around Downtown and past seven West Oakland schools culminating with a rally at McClymonds High School.

All Oakland residents are invited to celebrate with McClymonds at both rallies and along the caravan route!




17th Annual Diversity Employment Career Fair
Thursday, January 26th 2017


Career Seekers! The Bay Area’s 17th Annual Diversity Employment Day Career Fair is at the County of Alameda Training & Education Center. We invite you to interview with The Bay Area’s top employers looking to fill hundreds of positions.

Employment opportunities include finance, sales, management, healthcare, engineering and more!

For more information Click Here




2017 Start Training Greater Bay Area AHA
January 2017 - April 2017


Start Training is a fitness and fundraising program of the 
American Heart Association that supports vital research, education and advocacy programs that fight heart disease and stroke. Train to walk or run a 10k or half marathon; we have coaches who will help you every step of the way! We will have 7 training sites throughout the Bay Area, within the Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo and Silicon Valley counties. 

*Participants will train to complete the Brazen Western Pacific Half Marathon in Fremont, CA on Saturday, April 29th 2017.*

For more information Click Here


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