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Monterey Pines Community CenterMonterey Pine Commnity Center is an non profit entity to our affordable housing property that provides free services and a place for residents to gain knowledge, skills and increase their self-sufficiency while getting to know their neighbors and building a stronger community.
Multicultural Children's BookstoreMulticultural children's bookstore - Open everyday at 11am, Mon-Th till 7p, Fri&Sat till 8 and Sun till 6p in Hilltop Mall We serve children of all ages and cultures; offer storytime and summer daily events including STEM, science, puzzles, coloring, reading, etc. facilitated by teens.
Multicultural InstituteMI envisions a community in which immigrants are valued in the communities in which they live and work. MI follows a holistic approach offering wrap around services in the areas of economic development, vocational skills development, learning opportunities and health and immigration support.
NIAD Art CenterNIAD Art Center promotes meaningful lives and notable contemporary art by artists with disabilities.
North and East Neighborhood CouncilThe North and East Council is a springboard for community activism, serves as a forum for sharing information and discussing important events and giving feedback to our elected officials. We have several Council committees and we meet monthly.
North Richmond Community Housing Development CorporationNREDC provides property management services for affordable rental housing. It manages Barrett Terrace & Plaza, Community Heritage Senior Housing, James Lee Court and scattered sites for a total of 252 apartments, townhomes and single family homes as of July 2011.
Office of Mayor Tom ButtThe Office of Richmond Mayor Tom Butt is launching a Food Census that aims to gather data from grocers and other food stores regarding the types of food products being offered, as well as to create dialogue with store owners about making improvements to their facilities.
Pullman Neighborhood Learning CenterPNLC is a new project we are starting in the Pullman neighborhood. This summer we are partnering with the WCCUSD and East Bay Children's Book Project. WCCUSD will be providing free lunch's for children 5-12. EBCBP will provide free books for our READ ALOUD THIS SUMMER program. We need volunteers.
Read-Aloud Volunteer ProgramThe Read-Aloud Volunteer Program is a non-profit organization that recruits and places adult volunteers to read one-on-one with children in Richmond and San Pablo Elementary schools.
Richmond Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory CommitteeWe are an organization of people who prefer biking and walking. We support cycling for transportation and recreation. We envision a Richmond where local schoolchildren and residents can safely shop and travel around the city by bicycle and foot as well as commuting safely by bicycle.