Berkeley Lab

Bay Area Black United Fund

Code Name Description (if provided) Website
100 Bay Area Black United Fund To advance and invest in policies, practices, partnerships and organizations supporting the Black Community. Vision – BABUF is a recognized leader in an empowered, healthy and thriving Black community. Values – BABUF pursues its vision and lives out its mission.
101 A Safe Place Provides services to battered victims and their children enabling them to brake the cycle of violence by regaining a sense of self-esteem and personal empowerment
105 Asian Women’s Shelter Regional leaders who are dedicated to ending domestic violence for all survivors through provision of a multilingual, multicultural shelter program and community based prevention collaborations.
109 Carl B. Metoyer Center for Family Counseling The Carl B. Metoyer Center for Family Counceling, (510) 562-3731, ENI 942494663, provides no cost mental health services to at-risk youth and their families residing in Alameda County.
110 Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice provides direct services, technical assistance, and policy analysis to reduce incarceration and promote a humane criminal justice system.
117 Free at Last Our mission: to rebuild the community from within, reclaiming addicts and giving people who failed in the past the chance to succeed in the future.
129 Berkeley Youth Alternatives Providing services such as counseling, employment opportunities, recreation and after-school tutors to youths and their families in order to prevent problems from becoming crisis, and to intervene when children become involved with the criminal justice system.
134 Wee Poets Wee Poets helps children develop reading, writing, speaking skills and self-esteem and trains teenagers as Television Technicians, alternatives to using alcohol, drugs and gang violence.
135 Westside Community Services With African American focused programming created by members of our community for our community, we deliver educational, health and social services to continually strengthen our local communities.
144 Rafiki Coalition For Health and Wellness To stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and eliminate health disparities in San Francisco’s Black community, as well as other marginalized communities iin the city.
145 Boys and Girls Club of Oakland We provide safe place to learn and grow, life-enhancing programs, character development experiences, hope, and opportunity for over 2500 Oakland girls and boys each year.
150 CAL-PEP Provides comprehensive health education, HIV/STD treatment, case management, peer treatment and advocacy to hard-to-reach, high-risk populations in Alameda and San Francisco counties.
165 Flourish Agenda, Inc. Flourish Agenda partners with schools, agencies, and community organizations to provide transformative learning experiences that promote healing, well-being, and advance social change for urban youth.
168 Family Builders by Adoption Family Builders creates permanent families for children in the foster care system, regardless of that child’s age, race, gender or sexual orientation or condition.
178 Aids Project of the Eastbay APEB provides health education, HIV/STD testing, support groups, primary medical care, medical case management, as well as provide support and assistance for HIV positive individuals.
182 Lend a Hand Foundation Lend A Hand Foundation empowers youth to succeed through its programs and services (Stay In School: backpacks, supplies, monthly life skils workshops and basic needs).
201 Big Brothers Big Sisters of the East Bay Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area has been providing Bay Area youth with professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships since 1958.
202 Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS) We turn lives around for homeless and low-income families, youth and individuals through housing and supportive services in Berkeley, Oakland and Hayward.
203 Center for Elders Independence Provides comprehensive, coordinated, community based long-term health care and social services to frail, low-income seniors age 55+ in the East Bay area, Northern California.
211 Harbor House Ministries Harbor House Ministries offers after-school tutoring and enrichment, leadership development, food and clothing distribution, English as a Second Language classes, and economic development opportunities to under-resourced families in Oakland.
230 Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services, Inc. Comprehensive services for  older African-Americans provided with dignity, honor and respect so that they can age in place and maintain a strong community presence.
241 Allen Temple Health and Social Service Ministries Your contribution stays right here in our community, addressing issues like homelessness, anger management and mental health. ATHSSM provides services to over 4000 people throughout East Oakland.
242 Arial Outreach Mission We provide emergency shelter, food, clothing and job training to over 7,300 a year; homeless men, women and children. Help turn lives around and regain independence.
246 Healthy Communities Providing free to low-cost medical care, family resources, nutrition education, and physical fitness instruction.


258 Health and Human Resource Education Center The Health and Human Resource Center creates healthy communities through intergenerational and innovative approaches to wellness programs and services.
277 Hope for the Heart Hope for the Heart provided 1.5 million lbs of perishable and nonperishable food to over one hundred non-profit organizations in Alameda County from Jan1st, 2014 – Dec 31, 2014
282 YOUTH ALIVE Youth ALIVE!’s mission, since 1991, is to create young leaders and prevent violence through a combination of education, intervention and healing.
283 FACES SF, Inc. FACES SF provides quality and affordable child development services for infants, toddlers and preschoolers; offer a comprehensive family support services; and offers the community a workforce program that provides participants with the skills needed to acquire and retain employment.
284 Eastbay Performing Arts /Oakland Symphoney Oakland Symphony makes classical music accessible to all members of our community, presenting unique programs with the goal of attracting a wide‐ranging, culturally varied audience.
285 Motivating Inspiring Supporting and Servicing Sexually Exploiting Youth MISSSEY is a community-based nonprofit organization in Oakland, CA that raises awareness of commercial sexual exploitation and provides trauma-informed services to its victims.
287 DASH Sports Education DASH strives to instill the belief that one can thrive Because of diabetes for 500 youth annually in Oakland and the Greater SF Bay Area.
288 Dad’s Club We evangelize contagiously, educate continuously, and edify consistently. We will catch it, we will remember it. And by the help of the Holy Spirit we will carry it out.
289 Black Men Speak, Inc.
Our work has taken out group all over across the State of California as well as Memphis TN, Austin TX and Florida, where we have facilitate workshops for Emotional CPR (WRAP), wellness, recovery and action planning.

301 Bay Area Busniness Roundtable BABRT develops startegies and pathways that lead to sustainable economic improvement for underprivileged communities.
302 Omega Boys Club “Allive & Free” Alive & Free works to send kids to colleges not jails by changing beliefs, attitudes, values and actions that promote violence.
303 East Oakland Youth Development Center Free Services promoting the positive development of youth and individuals in need of educational assistance, job training and placement assistance and cultural and recreational activities
304 Ella Baker Center For Human Rights We build the power of black, brown, and poor people to break the cycles of incarceration and poverty and make our communities healthy and!strong.
305 Hidden Genius Project, Inc. We train and mentor black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills to transform their lives and their community. .
306 Outdoor Afro Oakland, CA based Outdoor Afro is the nation’s leading, cutting edge network that celebrates and inspires African American connections and leadership in nature
307 Peace Makers, Inc. Peacemakers Inc., is a 21st century school day Family mentoring organization that serves the potential “pipeline-to-prison” population of children from Pre-School through High School.
308 Student Program for Academic & Athletic Transitioning (SPAAT) SPAAT employs a culturally responsive curriculum that connects with the student’s familiarity with and passion for sports to increase academic achievement and positive social engagement.
309 Super Stars Literacy Super Stars Literacy provides immersive literacy invention to under-served K-2nd grade students so they can achieve lasting, accelerated literacy growth.
310 The Mentoring Center We operate mentoring groups and programs for youth aged 14-25, provide training and technical assistance to mentoring organizations, and develop policy on youth issues.
311 Training Institute For leadership Enrichment Established in 1999, Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment is committed to the development of the next generation of African American women leaders in increase the numbers represented at local and national decision-making tables.
312 Young Scholars Program The Young Scholars Program mission is to increase the number of Young Men of Color who complete high school, are college eligible, and who attain a college degree.
313 Richmond Main Street Initiative, Inc. Richmond Main Street is a community-based nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing historic downtown with products, services, arts and entertainment that reflect the community’s rich diversity.”
314 Solar Richmond Solar Richmond’s aims to catalyze transformative change that deepens the connection between people, place, and planet – through wellness workshops and solar installation training.
315 West Contra Costa Public Education Fund Develop collaborative groups that will provide resources and support to aid students with readiness, access and completion.
316 Coleman Advocates Coleman builds the leadership and power of low-income youth and parents of color to advance racial and economic justice in our schools and communities.
317 Healthy Black Families
Supports the growth and development of healthy black familes by providing community education, egagement, capacity building, and tools for self-advocacy and empowerment to achive equality

318 Ephesian Children’s Center
Ephesian Childrens Center, a community-based 501c3 (1975) , provides publicly subsidized preschool and school-age services to children and families in Northern Alameda County
319 California Resource and Training California Resources and Training (CARAT) provides capacity building training to small and minority owned businesses to assist in using technology solutions and in securing contracts.
320 Youth UpRising YU strives to transform East Oakland into a healthy community by developing the leadership of youth and improving the systems that impact them.