Black History Month in San Francisco
Amazon employs over 150,000 people in California. Not only do they live and work here, but they are committed every day to bringing smiles wherever they go. Recently, Amazon joined the Potrero Neighborhood House – also known as The NABE – to support children’s education around Black History Month. Amazon donated kids’ Fire tablets to the community center so that children researching historical figures could have quick and convenient access to books for free from their local library.
About The Potrero Hill Neighborhood House:
The Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, housed in a Julia Morgan-designed San Francisco historic landmark, is a non-profit community center established in 1907. It advocates for and supports underserved children, families, and seniors whose access to educational, health, and financial resources is limited. To learn more about The Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, visit thenabe.org.
Amazon invites 49ers to deliver holiday cheer to Boys & Girls Club
Amazon employees deliver smiles in the Bay Area wherever they go. Recently Amazon invited the 49ers to join them in delivering holiday cheer to the Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point. Over 100 children were treated to toys, gifts and fun and met Superbowl Champion 49er Dennis Brown.
Learn how you can help by visiting smile.amazon.com.