The Berkeley Community Fund, in partnership with regional foundations, corporations, government, and community groups, has built three integrated structures for community action.  One structure, JobStart, coordinates services that will lead to increased employment for low-income people.  Another structure, the Neighborhood Improvement Project, complements this by strengthening family support services in local neighborhoods.  A third effort, Berkeley Access to Skills, Information, and Computers (BASIC), builds the infrastructure for a technological system for providing information about available services to local residents. 
The JobStart Employment Collaborative represents a coalition of job trainers, educational institutions, and City agencies that aims to create a seamless network of employment services for North Cities (Berkeley, Albany, Alameda, and Emeryville) residents.
The Neighborhood Improvement Project is a two-year demonstration project to improve collaboration and cooperation between local service providers around the development of a model neighborhood center at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center in South Berkeley. 
The Berkeley Access to Skills, Information, and Computers (BASIC) collaborative aims to create a network of organizations, people, and equipment that will maximize the use of technology resources to provide people living in Berkeley with access to information about available resources, jobs, and services.