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San Francisco Commemorates World AIDS Day

San Francisco Commemorates World AIDS Day

Across the Bay Area and around the world, communities are celebrating World AIDS Day on Thursday, 30 years after the disease was first diagnosed.

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Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

Project Open Hand Founder Passes Away

A sad day for the Bay Area as the founder of one of the most well-known charitable organizations has passed away.

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Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

The recession may be a thing of the past, but the tough economic times are still evident in all walks of life across the country.

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The Story of Project Open Hand’s Peanut Butter

The Story of Project Open Hand’s Peanut Butter

It may be a simple item in our everyday lives. But the story of how peanut butter has changed Project Open Hand in San Francisco is truly amazing.

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30 Years Later: What We Have Learned About AIDS

30 Years Later: What We Have Learned About AIDS

Sunday marked the 30th anniversary of the first cases of AIDS being reported in the United States. And although there is plenty of work still left to do, hope has never been brighter for finding a cure.

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