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A fellow Stanford alumni and one of Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People in the World,” Jason Collins will introduce Chelsea Clinton. The program will highlight Habitat for Humanities’ Neighborhood Revitalization program and Habitat’s executives and partners will discuss the impact Habitat Greater San Francisco has had on the underserved communities with which Habitat and its volunteers work. Corporate sponsorships are available: $50,000, Presenting; $25,000, Partner; $15,000 Developer; $10,000, Builder; $5,000 Carpenter; and $2,500 Apprentice.
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You won’t find this bunch dipping doughnuts in a coffee shop. No, they’re tucked away, getting their hands dirty, volunteering at San Ramon’s historical park, Forest Home Farms. “It’s a gem and so are the volunteers,” said Kim Giuliano, the city’s manager for historic properties and special events. At Forest Home, visitors can step back in time. The site represents 100 years of agricultural history. “The volunteers are the lifeblood of the former 375-acre working farm,” Giuliano said. “The grounds, buildings, children’s education program, the tractor museum, they wouldn’t exist without the many hands involved in the daily operations.”.