Connecting Our Communities...
This holiday season, help support the community that has sustained KRCB for over 25 years!
But if you want to do more, or your family needs a helping hand, the best all-around telephone number for any community within our broadcast area is: 211.
211 is often staffed through your local volunteer center. In addition to providing resources that the caller may need, your 211 operator can also direct you to a source for volunteering locally or donating goods.
Here are examples of the calls people make:
If your first language is something other than English, there are operators who speak a number of different languages (over 150 different languages throughout the 211 California call system). You may be transferred to another center, but you will still get the local information that you need.
More Resources for Volunteering
Volunteer at KRCB
Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin
Volunteer Center of San Francisco and San Mateo
Volunteer Network of Mendocino County
Volunteer Center of the East Bay (Contra Costa County)
Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley
Telling Our Stories...
This month, KRCB releases the fifth series of special prorgrams that highlight the good work of our community partners.
In this series, KRCB focuses on our recent collaboration with Community Action Partnership. Join us as we explore the local impacts of the economic crisis, in a documentary film called “Crisis At Home,” a co-production of KRCB’s Voice of Youth and Community Action Partnership.
The full film premieres later in December, but we wanted to provide a sneak preview just in time for the launch of the holiday season.
Remember— your support makes this possible!Please consider becoming a KRCB Sustaining Partner today.
More information about the groups and organizations highlighted in these episodes...
Note... the following websites will redirect you away from krcb.org. Please consider making a generous contribution to community-powered KRCB which brought you these locally-produced stories from our local community.
Community Action Partnership - national association of community action agencies.
Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County - home of Project Safe. KRCB partnered with this organization to bring you “The Crisis At Home.”
KRCB Productions featured in these episodes...
Tengo La Voz - a production of KRCB’s Voice of Youth
Best Seat in the House Festival - KRCB produced several short films about Bay Area individuals and groups with disabilities, part of a first-of-it’s-kind film festival.