$500 award will help with food distribution in San Benito County.
At 21 years old, Alimah is currently trekking her way through school and doing a good job managing the challenges life throws us all.
Volunteers will be given a timeframe to help fill backpacks, in order to comply with social distancing requirements.
Kirti Bassendine works with Jefferson and Panoche elementary schools on composition and framing.
State-sponsored meal program runs through mid-June and aims to provide free breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Intero of Hollister provides relief funding for community nonprofits.
$45,000 approved in disbursements so far, including emergency financial assistance, as well as support for immediate public health needs to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in San Benito County.
Four-hundred newsrooms, including BenitoLink, get boost of $5,000 for additional coronavirus-related reporting for their communities thanks to Facebook, Lenfest Institute and local news funders.
Donation will expand low-cost veterinary services.
Emergency Pop-Up Camp helps parents during COVID-19 outbreak.
More than 30 volunteers walk door-to-door to reach over 1,600 homes in Hollister.
SBSC brings back popular event to support fundraising opportunities for actors, camp attendees and students.
Fundraiser to feature brunch, raffle and silent auction.
The program offers residents a lower co-payment for services through a voucher system and/or direct financing.
Honorees include deacon John Payne, Gavilan College President Kathleen Rose, Indian Canyon chairperson Ann-Marie Sayers and El Teatro Campesino founder Luis Valdez.
Several nonprofits benefit from campaign which introduces new homebuyers to local programs and projects.
Drop-in center is aimed at supporting young people ages 14-21, particularly at-risk or systems-involved youth residing in San Benito County.
Several BenitoLink reporters share stories that they feel either impacted the community or meant something to them personally to work on.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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