Warriors Tickets up for Auction
BACS is auctioning suite tickets for three Golden State Warriors games, generously donated by Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf!
All proceeds from this auction will help to end homelessness in Oakland. Winning bids are tax deductible above the fair market rate for tickets. Visit our auction site to bid on your suite and help your community!
Give as a Gift Launch!
We are excited to announce our Give as a Gift donation option! You can now make a gift to BACS in honor of a friend or loved one, for occasions like birthdays, holidays, memorials, or ‘just because’.
When you make your donation, you will have the option to print a card at home, have a card sent via email, or have BACS send a card signed by our Executive Director to your gift recipient. You can give as a gift here today.
Towne House Reunion & Open House
BACS is celebrating 48 years of Towne House Wellness Center, and 25 years at the current neighborhood location on Oakland Ave! Participants are able to contribute to the community by cooking meals, leading groups and activities, participating in creating beautiful artwork, and most importantly, caring for one another and lending a helping hand.
We cordially invite you to the Towne House Reunion and Open House, for all supporters and former participants to come celebrate 48 years of community wellness. Join us Wednesday, November 29, from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., at 629 Oakland Ave, Oakland.
Sprouts Foundation Grant
BACS is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation! The Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation is providing these funds to BACS in order to support critical housing programs for individuals with complex needs. This program provides stable and permanent housing options, at very low cost, along with a care coordinator who helps residents learn independent living skills in a supportive environment. The Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation knows that change matters, and that making a difference on the local community level can bring big change.
BACS’ Memory Care Centers 30th Anniversary
BACS is delighted to celebrate the anniversaries of our two Memory Care adult day programs! Our first Memory Care program started in 1987 in Oakland, and we opened our Fremont location in 2000. These Memory Care programs are spaces where elders with memory disorders can connect with others, socialize, and participate in guided activities. Our services offer respite for caregivers and families.
Thank you to everyone who makes our programs special — caregivers, staff, and the participants who come every day!
Finding Purpose at BACS’ Wellness Center
Before she came to BACS, Kara Alyssa Bautista was a regular at inpatient hospitals. Now, she says, she has “found purpose” at BACS’ Valley Wellness Center as a Peer Lead. “I learned many life lessons at Valley such as the importance of community and how it correlates to wellness. I have motivated and encouraged my peers to assist me in maintaining and preserving the center and in turn, developed leadership skills and assertiveness to foster healthy levels of self-esteem.” Kara is part of the BestNow program, providing training and job readiness, and hopes to complete it then return to college.
Join Our Cause
Do you want to join BACS in our mission to uplift under-served individuals and their families by doing whatever it takes?
Donate to BACS online by clicking here, or via mail to 629 Oakland Ave, Oakland, CA 94612. Make an ongoing impact by donating monthly!
Or, donate gently used blankets, canned goods, and other items to our housing programs. Email us to learn more.
Many people leave a charitable gift in their will. Do you want to make a lifetime of impact in the community you care about? Email us to learn more!