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Create Peace ProjectOur mission is to raise the voices and share the visions of peace from children around the world using creativity.
Crime Prevention ProgramThe Richmond Police Department's Crime Prevention program is based around community policing; it is a way to foster relationships and maintain transparency between Richmond PD and the community. We collaborate with community members and organizations within Richmond in order to achieve this.
EarthTeamEarthTeam empowers teens to become lifelong environmental stewards through experiential education, skills development, and the building of community connections.
Earth TeamEarthTeam programs empower youth to become lifelong environmental stewards. Students engage in peer-to-peer education activities to learn about environmental science. EarthTeam's leadership opportunities promote pathways to college and environmental science and technology careers.
East Bay Judo InstituteEBJI is a non-profit judo club located in El Cerrito. Classes emphasize personal development via technical training, over & above results in competition. Training is conducted in a classical Japanese manner, and students learn important rules of etiquette and behavior in addition to Judo techniques.
Elders Learning CommunityThe Elders Learning Community is an art, education, and self-discovery program for underserved seniors in West Contra Costa County.
Family Justice CenterThe Family Justice Center is a one-stop center for families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, child abuse, and human trafficking
Fresh ApproachFresh Approach and the Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association are working to connect the local and healthy food movements in the Bay Area through farmers' markets, free nutrition classes, and food access work.
Garden of Peace Literacy ProjectThe Garden of Peace Literacy Project trains you to bring the magical world of reading and writing into the lives of Richmond's under-privileged elementary and high school students. Be prepared for a moving experience as you see your student discover the magic and imagination of words.
Girls Incorporated of West Contra Costa CountyAfter the school bell rings, between 3 pm and 6 pm, young people are often subject to adverse influences. This is a critical time to reach them with positive programs. To meet this need, each year Girls Inc. provides a variety of after-school programming to over 300 students in the School District.