Gray Panthers of Berkeley 1403 Addison St, Berkeley, CA94702 This intergenerational group of elderly and young advocates works in support of a wide variety of issues, from health…More care and economic security to the protection of civil liberties and the environment. The organization is highly egalitarian. New members are welcome to get involved with this feisty group of folks intent on making the world a better place for all.
When you were a child, stores like ProWheels made you really want to be an adult. Now that you have some…More discretionary income, make good on promises you made to your younger self and spend some of it at this Berkeley store that specializes in electric and gas scooters, mountain bikes and kids' ride-on cars.</p>
<p>The store imports everything directly itself, so it is able to give better prices than competitors and guarantees to do so by at least 10 percent. At efficiency levels of 85 mpg, the scooters are environmentally-friendly and some do not even require a driver's license to operate. </p>
Arkay Foundation 127 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94710 Arkay Foundation is the touching legacy of a man's love for his wife and of his continuing dedication to making the…More world a better place. The foundation takes a pragmatic approach to funding environmental groups and organizations that enhance the democratic process, donating money to those with the greatest capability for effecting change. Organizations looking for funding should contact the administrative offices of Arkay Foundation.
The Redford Center 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94704 The theory behind The Redford Center holds that societal change can come from interesting people compellingly telling…More the stories of those whose voices are not usually heard. It believes in the power of education and the arts to excite people into making the world a better place. Check the website for upcoming events or to get involved.