East Bay Concepts Reviews Community Work in 2009
After opening its doors in October of 2009, East Bay Concepts has been a strong leader in
community involvement. The team at East Bay Concepts has contributed to numerous community
Walnut Creek, CA, January 12, 2010 --(PR.com)-- East Bay Concepts Reviews 2009, while excited for
what 2010 has to bring. After opening its doors in October of 2009, East Bay Concepts has been a strong
leader in community involvement. The team at East Bay Concepts has contributed to numerous
community projects. The team started by bringing awareness to a disease that in 2009 has affected over
130,000 people, by partaking in theLeukemia and Lymphoma Society's 'Light the Night Walk' in Walnut
Creek, CA. In addition, the team raised money and also completed the two mile walk to supports LLS's
mission to raise awareness, funds for research and to bring inspiration to survivors and supporters.
Approximately 900,000 people in the United States are currently living with, or are in remission from
leukemia & lymphoma.
Within the same month, East Bay Concepts turned their attention to donating toward an organization that
helps create programs for children who lost family during September 11, 2001. Anytime a child loses
their parents it is a travesty, and the circumstances of September 11, do not provide an outlet for any
answers. Tuesday's Children provides guidance, support, and long term commitment to safeguard the
health, happiness and future of both individual and family.
Following these events, the team geared up for a day at the San Francisco Food Bank. The Food Bank is a
critical link between food and people. They provide food to over 22,000 households each week through
400+ non-profit partners. The SF Food Bank will distribute 36.5 million pounds of food this year to meet
an ever-growing need in the community. Their mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and East Bay
Concepts desired to give a helping hand. While at the Food Bank, the team was placed in charge of