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George Miller CenterPrivate, non-profit service provider in Contra Costa County, serving children, teens and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The George Miller Center provides early interventions to infants, after school programs, and adult programs to approximately 120 people.
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.
Groundwork RichmondGroundwork Richmond is working on creating better, safer and healthier neighborhoods. Current projects include developing the Richmond Greenway and increasing the city's urban tree canopy.
Healthy RichmondThe California Endowment funded Building Healthy Communities- Healthy Richmond is a 10 year initiative aimed at making Richmond a place where all children are safe, healthy, and ready to learn.
House Rabbit SocietyHouse Rabbit Society is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization with two primary goals: To rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them and To educate the public and assist humane societies, through publications on rabbit care, phone consultation, and classes upon request.
Learning Out Loud Educational CommunityLearning Out Loud Educational Community (LOL) is a grassroots organization that focuses on education and social justice for all people. Founded by a mother and educator in 2012, we are a voice for those that need it. We seek to educate and therefore help to change the broken things in our world.
LIFT-LevántateWant to have a direct impact on the Richmond Community? Volunteer and serve low-income families. Be part of our LIFT-Levántate's Community Health Hub where we offer free health and wellness services and resources to Richmond residents as we work to create a health home.
Literacy for Every Adult Program (LEAP)LEAP is a free program sponsored by the Richmond Public Library in which tutors and learners work one-on-one or in small groups. LEAP's purpose is to help adults develop the skills and confidence they need to achieve their individual goals.
Meals on WheelsMeals on Wheels volunteers drive & deliver meals to clients in their homes from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. You set your own schedule of 1 day; may work alone, with a friend/group, or on-call; and may drive yourself or be a passenger. Training & ongoing support is provided from staff at the San Pablo Office.
Meeting of the MindsMeeting of the Minds is a global knowledge sharing platform based in San Francisco, CA.