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Thank You Bay Area



    In a year that has been so challenging, for so many, we want to recognize a few of the countless worthy organizations and individuals who have given back to the Bay Area. Please click on the links below to learn more about how you can make a difference at a time when thousands across the Bay Area need help the most.

    What are you most thankful for this season? Please register and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below: your feedback may be included in our next  on air editorial. We ask that you include your first name, the first initial of your last name and what city you live in. If you wish to post anonymously, we welcome your input too.

    Viewer Submissions:

    Bill Wilson Center

    Another Viewpoint Thank You Bay Area

    [BAY] Another Viewpoint  Thank You Bay Area
    Viewers share with us organizations in the Bay Area they are grateful for this year
    (Published Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2009)

    Save the Redwoods League

    Breast Cancer Connections

    The Mental Health Association of San Francisco

    Thank You Bay Area

    [BAY] Thank You Bay Area
    Suzanne Shaw highlights organizations and individuals who has given back to the Bay Area this year.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2009)

    Bay Area Women's and Children's Center

    Community Homeless Alliance Ministry (CHAM)

    Silicon Valley De-Bug 

    Girls for a Change

    Fresh Lifelines for Youth 

    NBC Bay Area Submissions:

    EHC Lifebuilders

    Friends of Faith


    Sacred Heart Community Service

    The Oral Lee Brown Foundation

    Omega Boys Club

    East Oakland Youth Development Center

    Family Supportive Housing, Inc.

    Sunnyvale Community Services

    West Valley Community Services

    Community Services Agency, Mountain View and Los Altos

    Blue Star Moms

    Sentinels of Freedom

    Disabled American Veterans

    The Diaper Bank

    Northern California/Help A Mother Out


    Second Harvest Food Bank

    YWCA Shelter for Battered Women

    Silicon Valley Community Foundation

    Joint Venture Silicon Valley Network