Government services in Oakland, CA - Page 1

Find government services in Oakland, CA. Listings include VolunteerMatch, Oakland International Airport, East Bay Regional Park District, Educate Our State, Alameda County Sheriff's Office and Partnership for Working Families. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Jean Quan

Jean Quan

1 Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland 94612

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Rob Bonta

Rob Bonta

1515 Clay St, Suite 2204, Oakland 94612

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MyDomino

MyDomino

344 Thomas L. Berkley Way, Suite 220, Oakl

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  • 08/13/19
    Emilia Perez de Quinteros is a OFOA leader from La Galilea. “Thanks to God, we are ready to get our property deeds. Through organizing we went to the FONDAVIOPO officesto put pressure for them list...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/13/19
    Rwanda: take a look at this amazing new school in Cihya, built by the people of Mumeya, using their own labor, government support and a small private donation for roofs and doors. Amazing!
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/12/19
    Haiti: "At OPODNE, we sat down and discussed the state of a road by Bois de Laurence that was terribly damaged. There were tremendous potholes, cars and motorbikes couldn’t drive through. On July 1,...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/12/19
    Anglican Bishop Alvaraod has been working with COFOA to help parishes build powerful social pastoral leadership teams in his El Salvador. Ordinary people are being empowered address the issues of viol...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/11/19
    Twelve years ago Bishop Bolanos invited COFOA to help parishes build powerful social pastoral leadership teams in his diocese. Ordinary people are being empowered address the issues of violence, corru...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/09/19
    Still, Guatemalan-born U.S. Democratic Representative Norma Torres said the deal was not realistic.“My personal position is that Guatemala is in no way capable of being a (safe) third country,”
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/09/19
    El Salvador; Much deeper civic engagement is needed to address violence.
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/09/19
    Father Abelardo Perez is the pastor at Our Lady of Candelaria in Ostuma. His parishioners have to pay the bill for water service they don’t receive. With the support of COFOA, Ostuma residents have ...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/08/19
    Fr. Octavio Cruz leads the social justice work for 173 parishes in the Archdiocese of San Salvador. A disciple of Bishop Romero, he knows grassroots organizing is necessary for the poor and oppressed ...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/07/19
    Haiti: OPODNE leader are not waiting for corrupt and dysfunctional government to do anything. Here OPODNE leaders in rural Haiti are fixing their own roads.
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/07/19
    Rwanda: PICO leaders in Nyange are working with Santa Clara students to complete their plans to complete roadside market place for their tile-making enterprise. They are constructing modern toilets, a...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/07/19
    Juan Ramon returned from the United States to his home in El Salvador to protect his farm and family from gang violence and extortion. He is now leading the COFOA effort in San Marcos Lempa that celeb...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/07/19
    El Salvador: COFOA leaders angered by no show legislators, backing out of commitments to help people in six communities secure legal deeds to their homes. Land reform is a critical issue where corrupt...
    > Faith in Action International
  • 08/07/19
    "No other writer in my lifetime, or perhaps ever, has married so completely an understanding of the structures of power with knowledge of the human heart."
    > Movement Strategy Center