November Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Nov
3
10:00am10:00am

November Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: emily@helpamotherout.org   

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December Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Dec
8
10:00am10:00am

December Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: emily@helpamotherout.org  

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 October Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Oct
13
10:00am10:00am

October Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: emily@helpamotherout.org  

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September Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Sep
8
10:00am10:00am

September Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: emily@helpamotherout.org  

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August Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Aug
18
10:00am10:00am

August Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: anu@helpamotherout.org  

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July Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Jul
14
10:00am10:00am

July Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: anu@helpamotherout.org  

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June Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution
Jun
9
10:00am10:00am

June Volunteer Opportunity: Diaper Sorting and Distribution

Volunteers come to the Earth Baby warehouse in Santa Clara to sort and package diapers to be distributed to our community partners. This is a fun and easy volunteer opportunity for individuals and groups interested in making a direct impact on the lives of babies in the Bay Area. Ages 18+ are welcome.

RSVP: anu@helpamotherout.org  

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Parenting in Uncertain Times: Talking to Your Kids About Race
May
25
7:00pm 7:00pm

Parenting in Uncertain Times: Talking to Your Kids About Race

  • Children's Creativity Museum (Creativity Theater) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

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Parents and Caregivers: Please join us for this dynamic presentation by child psychologist Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith. Attendees will gain an understanding of basic developmental awareness of children in regards to race, a grasp of what implicit bias is and how it impacts our children and support in thinking about HOW we want to engage with children about the topic of race.

Allison Briscoe-Smith, PhD is a clinical psychologist who specializes in young children, trauma and race. She is a professor at the Wright Institute and spends much of her time supporting schools and non-profits in their work on trauma and cultural accountability. She earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University and received her clinical psychology Ph.D. from University of California Berkeley.

This event is a fundraiser for Help a Mother Out. Suggested donation $15-$25 per person. Tax deductible donations, large and small, are most welcome. RSVP is required as space is limited.

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Parenting in Uncertain Times: Talking to Your Kids About Race
May
6
10:00am10:00am

Parenting in Uncertain Times: Talking to Your Kids About Race

  • First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

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Parents and Caregivers: Please join us for this dynamic presentation by child psychologist Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith. Attendees will gain an understanding of basic developmental awareness of children in regards to race, a grasp of what implicit bias is and how it impacts our children and support in thinking about HOW we want to engage with children about the topic of race.

Allison Briscoe-Smith, PhD is a clinical psychologist who specializes in young children, trauma and race. She is a professor at the Wright Institute and spends much of her time supporting schools and non-profits in their work on trauma and cultural accountability. She earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University and received her clinical psychology Ph.D. from University of California Berkeley.

This event is a fundraiser for Help a Mother Out. Suggested donation $15-$25 per person. Tax deductible donations, large and small, are most welcome. RSVP is required as space is limited.

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Annual Benefit Tea
Apr
23
10:00am10:00am

Annual Benefit Tea

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Please join us for morning tea and social impact.

Emcee: Amy Hollyfield, ABC7 News Reporter

Community Impact Honoree: Jessica Bartholow, Policy Advocate, Western Center on Law and Poverty 

Your gift graciously accepted at the Tea: Your gifts help transform the lives of low income families and children in the Bay Area. Guests will be asked to consider making a tax deductible gift in support of our work. There is no minimum and no maximum gift requested. It will be the job of our organization to inspire you to want to support our mission. As much as anything, we want you to come and find out about the great work we do! 

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