Easterseals Northern California (ESNorCal), previously ‘Easterseals Bay Area,’ announced its new name which better reflects the twenty-four counties in which the organization provides services.
Easterseals Bay Area announced it will celebrate Easterseals National’s 100th Anniversary at the top of the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco on April 22. The celebration honors 100 years of service for the leading nonprofit organization serving one-in-four Americans living with disabilities.
Easterseals Bay Area Hosts “Pies, Pairings & Philanthropy” Fall Event to Celebrate Its New Program for Bay Area Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Easterseals Bay Area, one of Northern California’s leading organizations caring for people with autism and other developmental disabilities, is holding this fall event to show appreciation to its supporters and to fundraise to procure new vans for its new Kaleidoscope Community Adult Program, based in Dublin.
Easterseals Bay Area has opened a new technology facility in Dublin, Calif., in response to rapid growth across the organization. The Dublin office will be home to its technology solutions team and future programs.
Six California Legislative Award Honorees Are Making a Difference for People Living with Disabilities
Bay Area Senator Steve Glazer and Assembly member Jim Frazier were recognized by Easterseals Bay Area for leadership roles on behalf of people with disabilities.
The featured entertainer at this year’s Gala is Noah Mac, a native of Dublin, Calif. Mac appeared on Season 13 of “The Voice,” on NBC where he sang his way into the semi-finals of the program.
The boards of directors of both Easterseals Bay Area (ESBA) and Easterseals Hawaii (ESH) have voted to affiliate, effective January 1, 2018. Under the affiliation agreement, both ESBA and ESH will retain their names, their individual boards of directors, and oversight of their programs and assets.
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