Baykids is listed in the Non Profit Organizations category in San Francisco, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Baykids which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Baykids on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Baykids is:
1007 General Kennedy Ave
San Francisco, CA 94129
(415) 561-6262
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Summer Struggle:

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The 4th annual Women in Motion exclusive and amazing event features: exquisite Hollywood movie-themed tables an opportunity to compete in the fiercely competitive contest for best Table Adaption an auction with some amazing experiences emcee Hooman from Alice @97.3 a fun preview cocktail party on…

BayKids Studios to Host a Movie-Themed Luncheon | California Home + Design

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BayKids Studios, a nonprofit organization that helps children heal through the power of filmmaking, announced its annual 2017 Women in Motion fundraising lunch to honor of all the kids who fight so hard to heal from their illness

Tomorrow is a big day for a special someone in our BK community. Thinking good wishes for him and we're grateful...

Tomorrow is a big day for a special someone in our BK community. Thinking good wishes for him and we're grateful for all the brave bone marrow donors and their recipients out there.
Dear anonymous bone marrow donor:First and foremost, thank you. Thank you for joining a registry of donors who are on-call for active duty. A military analogy seems apt for describing the way you and your fellow volunteers spend months or even

Offbeat: The Work of Music and Mayhem:

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BayKids is committed to helping kids overcome the limitations of their medical conditions and not let disease drown out their voices.  Through BayKids, young filmmakers leave behind their illnesses and isolation to gain a sense of purpose and improve their lives. This Shooting Stars campaig...