Meals On Wheels of San Francisco (MOWSF) exists to alleviate the food insecurity and loneliness experienced by seniors who want to stay in their own home but cannot shop or prepare meals for themselves. Their mission is to deliver nutritious meals to homebound seniors in San Francisco and has remained the same since founded in 1970. For almost half a decade, MOWSF has set the standard for alleviating the financial and emotional costs of premature and/or inappropriate institutionalization of seniors. Serving over 1.6 millions meals per year, Meals on Wheels of San Francisco believes in nourishing the whole person, not only offering meals but also providing important safety checks and other supportive services. They are a member of Meals on Wheels America but operate independently, not as a chapter or branch.
Architect & Designer
Assaf Leib graduated from Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem and studied at Politecnico Di Milano. As an interior architect and industrial designer, Assaf's design approach is perfectly suited to tackle the most challenging spaces. In his designs, Assaf likes to reimagine the power of simplicity — constantly pushing to deliver unique design solutions and concepts to each and every client. His design vision is accomplished by utilizing natural and staged lighting, and beautiful materials throughout his interiors while discovering and maximizing all available square footage. Assaf is inspired by both contemporary and traditional elements of design. For Assaf, the ultimate goal is collaborating with his clients in order to deliver a finished product that exceeds their expectations.
Cool Globes, Inc.
Public Art Exhibition
Cool Globes, Inc., is a non-profit organization incorporated in 2006. Its exhibition Cool Globes: Hot Ideas for Cooler Planet was launched by Waterkeeper Alliance Trustee, Wendy Abrams, with the goal of using handcrafted art to heighten climate awareness and convey the message that small changes can have a major impact in the fight against global warming.
glassybaby was founded by Lee Rhodes, a three-time cancer survivor with a vision of launching a business devoted to the mission of giving. Her line of vibrantly colored glass votives is a favorite among interior designers, editors, Martha Stewart, and elegant hosts everywhere. Creating each glassybaby involves eight hands, 2000 degrees of focused heat, and a multi-layered glassblowing process. As a result, no two hues glow quite alike. Over the last 20 years, the company has donated over $4.7 million to charitable causes and in 2015, Lee established the White Light Fund, a 501c3 organization to assist glassybaby in its goal to promote hope and healing.
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