The Bay Area Black United Fund has been supporting African Americans and other communities of color through employee donations since 1979. Through the contributions of workplace campaigns, BABUF invests in programs that directly and indirectly improve the health and well-being of the Bay Area Black Community. By raising money for community-based organizations, BABUF reduces the threat of hardship for these organizations due to financial challenges.
Supporting the health and wellness of the Bay Area Black community positively uplifts the health of all communities. BABUF recognizes that dreams without resources remain only dreams. Whatever you give $5, $10, $15 or more, you are the link that creates change. We hope that you will partner with us to make a healthier and more productive community a reality by supporting BABUF and its 53 member agencies.

If you work at one of these companies, you can donate to BABUF at work through a pay-roll deduction plan.
Donations to BABUF are provided through the United Way of the Bay Area in the Workplace Campaigns listed below. Select BABUF in the “Donor Choice” section of the Pledge Form.
Employer Campaigns that feature BABUF
• Alameda County
• American Charities
• Berkeley Labs
• City of Berkeley
• City of Hayward
• City of Oakland
• City and County of San Francisco
• City of Richmond
• City of San Mateo
• Contra Costa County
• EBMUD
• IBM/IBM Retires
• Kaiser Permanente
• Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
• Levi Strauss
• Marin County
• Metropolitan Transportation Commission
• Oakland Unified School District
• Port of Oakland
• San Francisco Unified School District
• Stanford University
• Combined Federal campaign (cfc)
• Greater San Francisco Bay Area
• Napa Solano/San Benito
• California State Employees Campaign
• Santa Clara County
• Sonoma/Mendocino Lake
• University of California San Francisco
• Wells Fargo
Donor Choice Plan
• Arrowhead County
• Bluegrass County
• AT&T
• Chevron
• Clorox
• Inland Valley
• King County
• National Capital Area (Lockheed Martin)
• Mt. Baldez
• PG&E
• Pacific Telesis Employee
• Pac Bell
• San Diego County
• SBC
• Silicon Valley
• Treasure Valley
• Union Bank of California

• Each year, these companies conduct workplace campaigns in their offices. If you are unsure when the campaign takes place, download the BABUF 2016 Workplace Campaign- Member Application & Requirements and return it to your Human Resources department.
• If your employer is not part of workplace giving, you can make a direct donation to BABUF (https://secure.donationpay.org/babuf/) or any of its member agencies.

Bay Area Black United Fund
2016 Workplace Campaign
Member Agency List

Code     Agency Name

100         Bay Area Black United Fund Inc. (BABUF)

101         A Safe Place

105         Asian Women’s Shelter

109         Carl B. Metoyer Center for Family Counseling

110         Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

117         Free at Last

129         Berkeley Youth Alternatives

134         Wee Poets

135         Westside Community Services

136         Whitney Young Child Development Center Inc

144         Rafiki Coalition For Health and Wellness

145           Boys and Girls Club of Oakland

150         CAL-PEP

165         Flourish Agenda, Inc.

168         Family Builders by Adoption

178         Aids Project of the Eastbay

182         Lend a Hand Foundation

201         Big Brothers Big Sisters of the East Bay

202         Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS)

203         Center for Elders Independence

211         Harbor House Ministries

230         Bayview Hunters Point Multipurpose Senior Services, Inc.

241         Allen Temple Health and Social Service Ministries

246         Healthy Communities, Inc.

242         Ariel Outreach & Mission

258         Health and Human Resource Education Center

277         Hope 4 the Heart

282         YOUTH ALIVE!

283         FACES SF

284         East Bay Performing Arts / Oakland Symphony

285         Motivating Inspiring Supporting and Servicing Sexually Exploiting Youth (MISSSEY)

287         DASH Sports Education

288         DADS Club

289         Black Men Speak

301         Bay Area Business Roundtable

302         Omega Boys Club – Alive & Free

303         East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC)

304         Ella Baker Center For Human Rights

305         Hidden Genius Project, Inc.

306         Outdoor Afro

307         Peacemakers, Inc.

308         Student Program for Academic & Athletic Transitioning (SPAAT)

309         Super Stars Literacy

310         The Mentoring Center

311         Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment

312         Young Scholars Program (YSP)

313         Richmond Main Street Initiative, Inc.

314         Solar Richmond

315         West Contra Costa Public Education Fund

316         Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth

317         Healthy Black Families, Inc.

318         Ephesian Children’s Center

319         California Resources and Training

320         Youth Uprising