KBLX Cares

Saturday (5:30 am)

KBLX has been serving the Bay Area for over 30 years. KBLX Cares is our public affairs program that shines the light on organizations and people that serve, celebrate and enlighten our KBLX listeners. KBLX Cares airs every Saturday at 5:30am and is hosted by KBLX Veteran and Community Activist Sterling James, produced by Karlos.

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: LeadersUP

Ronnie Versher is the Bay Area Director of Talent Solutions LeadersUp a non-profit focused on bridging the opportunity divide and ending the youth unemployment crisis. For more information on LeadersUp Click Here For more information on BayEp Click Here Listen to the full interview below!      

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: CALICO

Erin Harper, Executive Direcor of CALICO came in to talk about the organization that achieves justice and healing for abused children and their families, and promotes the well-being of children everywhere. CALICO is the only children’s advocacy center serving Alameda County, and serves about 750-800 children a year, ages 2-17, …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Project Commotion

Susan Osterhoff Director of Project Commotion came in to talk about the organization which is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization whose mission is to foster healthy development in children through purposeful movement, play, family, and community relationships. For more information Click Here Listen to the full interview below!    

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: The City Eats

Kieem Baker, Co-Founder and CEO of The City Eats and Damien Posey, Board of Directors and Distribution Team of The City Eats came in to talk about The City Eats, an non-profit organization dedicated to unifying the community through the purpose of eradicating hunger amongst the inner city homeless population. We …

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