Sat, October 6th: Kara Annual Walk to Remember (Palo Alto)

Dear One Brick Volunteers: We are a small nonprofit that helps hundreds of community organizations each year. We run on a shoestring budget, but we have expenses like insurance, this website, and training materials. We also employ one person who makes sure the train stays on its track. We don't get any foundation or government grants. 30% of the budget is raised during the Annual Campaign going on right now. This year we need to raise $30,000 to keep One Brick afloat. Last year hundreds of volunteers donated $10 or $20 and it made a huge difference.

If you found One Brick useful this year, and you feel we are
making a difference, please consider making a donation.

Thank You
OneBrick Logo


OB Outdoors: Veggielution Community Farming & Potluck lunch
Sat, Dec 5 10:00am
Veggielution Community Farm
San Jose

Santa Saturday Fundraiser - Almaden Pre-School
Sat, Dec 5 11:00am
Almaden Parents Preschool (South San Jose)
San Jose

OB Social: Holiday Scavenger Hunt (Campbell)
Sat, Dec 5 2:00pm
Campbell Park

One Brick Social @ Pub Quiz Night: San Pedro Market Square
Mon, Dec 7 6:30pm
San Pedro Market Square
San Jose

One Brick Knits (Sunnyvale)
Tue, Dec 8 6:30pm
Panera Bread

Second Harvest Food Bank (San Carlos)
Wed, Dec 9 6:15pm
Second Harvest Food Bank
San Carlos

RAFT (Sunnyvale)
Thu, Dec 10 6:00pm
RAFT Warehouse

Helping Hands at Sacred Heart (San Jose)
Sat, Dec 12 9:00am
Sacred Heart Community Service
San Jose

Friends of the Palo Alto Library Book Sale
Sat, Dec 12 9:30am
Cubberley Community Center
Palo Alto

Art in Action: Sorting for Schools (Menlo Park)
Tue, Dec 15 6:00pm
Art in Action
Menlo Park

Event Name:
Kara Annual Walk to Remember (Palo Alto)
Location: Mitchell Park
Address: 600 East Meadow Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94306 (map)
Date: Sat, October 6th    8:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Manager: Holly N (email)

Event Description

The Kara Annual Walk to Remember is a yearly walk that has grown in size over the past several years.  It raises money for Kara, which provides free grief counseling to the community.  The walk is an opportunity for those who have experienced the death of a friend or family member to walk and raise money in memory of their loved one.

What we'll be doing

We'll be setting up popup tents, tables, and games for the event, then working in smaller groups to play the games with the children in attendance, as well as passing out water to and cheering on the walkers.

Where to meet

The Bowl, in the park, is at the end of the first parking lot, next to the restrooms. The parking lot on E. Meadow is the closest to the event site.

Organization: Kara

Kara is a center offering compassionate peer support and education to individuals, families and organizations coping with death and dying. Our mission is to empower children, teens and adults to find their way through grief so that they can rebuild their lives with renewed hope and meaning. For more information about Kara, please go to:
  Print This Page