This year Project Open Hand’s Annual Hand to Hand Gala will be a virtual celebration on Friday, Dec. 4th at 6pm PT, and we want you to join us for this special digital event highlighting our past 35 years of providing Meals with Love and our future in providing life-saving nutrition in the Food is Medicine movement.
This year’s program will include special appearances, award recognitions, silent auction, ‘maskquerade’ competition, and much more.
On October 17, 1989, the day of the Loma Prieta Earthquake, Project Open Hand launched its nutrition intervention services in Oakland, CA.
Drop-by to celebrate our 30th anniversary during an open house on Tuesday, October 29, 10am-2pm, at 1921 San Pablo Avenue. We hope to see you there! And Congratulations to our Oakland team for caring for our community in Alameda County!
Award-Winning Author Victoria Noe and special guests present the first book to share the stories of straight women around the world and their determination to educate, advocate, and end the AIDS epidemic. Presented by Project Open Hand and Shanti Project.
Project Open Hand is excited to march in the Oakland Pride Parade. We invite you to join us as we make our way down Broadway to celebrate the LGBTQ community.
This year we celebrate our 30th anniversary in the East Bay and we are proud to support our East Bay LGBTQ clients, partners, and friends.
Every marcher registered with our contingent will receive an exclusive-design, POH Pride 2019 T-shirt.
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Project Open Hand is excited to host our annual contingent in the San Francisco Pride Parade,one of the oldest and largest LGBTQIA parades in the world. Join us as we boogie down Market Street –from Embarcadero to Civic Center– to celebrate our commitment to providing nourishing meals to the critically ill in our community.
Every marcher registered with our contingent will receive an exclusive-design, POH Pride 2019 T-shirt! Water, snacks, party favors, music by our live-DJ, and good times are guaranteed.
AIDS Walk San Francisco is one of the most visible and recognizable events in the Western United States. People of all ages, races, and backgrounds come together each year in a massive, powerful, and inspiring demonstration of compassion and action.
Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco has raised more than $90 million for HIV programs and services in the Bay Area and has grown into the largest and most visible AIDS Fundraising event in Northern California.
Help is on the Way for the Holidays XVII features music that reflects the spirit of the holidays -- love, care and compassion! This year’s talent includes: