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Our wonderful food donors

Thank you to all the local businesses who provided food and drink during KALW's September membership campaign.   Take a moment to see who they are, and if you have the opportunity, please thank them for supporting Local Public Radio!

  • Arizmendi Bakery for pastries
  • Balompié Caféfor pupusas 
  • Cheese Boutique for cheese and snack platters
  • Destination Baking Company for their pies 
  • Dianda's Bakery for beautiful Italian cookies
  • El Porteño for an array of empanadas 
  • Emmy's Spaghetti Shack for comforting spaghetti, meatballs and vegan meatballs
  • Four Barrel for caffeinating KALW year around
  • Gabriele Muselli Catering for spectacular meals twice each drive 
  • Goat Hill Pizza for Potrero Hill’s oldest restaurant for sourdough pizzas
  • House of Bagels for their award winning New York style bagels every drive
  • La Boulangerie for sandwhiches, salad and pastries
  • Leftcoast Catering for sandwhiches, salad and cookies
  • Longbridge Pizza Co. for pizzas and salad
  • Lucca Ravioli Company for their fresh foccica and house made frittata
  • Mitchell's Ice Cream for ice cream cakes
  • Noe Valley Bakery for assortment of morning pastries and scones
  • Pi Bar Pizza for large pizza pies and salad
  • Radio Africa Kitchen for healthful and delicious jambalaya, salad and lentils
  • Sibby's Cupcakes for dozens of mini cupcakes
  • Zanze's Cheesecake for fresh cheesecakes every drive
Matt Martin was KALW’s general manager from 2006 through 2018. Under his leadership, KALW grew into one of the most productive and innovative stations in public radio. Programs launched at KALW during Matt’s tenure as GM include the award-winning local newsmagazine Crosscurrents, the design podcast 99% Invisible, and the Spanish-language narrative journalism program Radio Ambulante. He helped create the station’s Audio Academy, a year-long program aimed at developing new talents in public radio, and led the first broad-based strategic planning process in the station’s history.