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Read-Aloud Volunteer ProgramRead-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.
Richmond Convention and Visitors BureauThe Richmond Convention and Visitors Bureau is a 501c-6 non-profit Tourism Business Improvement District.
Richmond Main Street InitiativeThe Richmond Main Street Initiative is a community-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to revitalizing historic downtown Richmond as a pedestrian-friendly urban village, offering products, services, arts and entertainment that reflect the community’s rich and diverse heritage.
Richmond Museum of HistoryThe Richmond Museum of History is located in the heart of downtown Richmond and is dedicated to telling the story of Richmonds past.
Richmond Promise, Inc.The Richmond Promise is a community-wide College Scholarship Fund and College Success Initiative to increase college readiness, access, affordability, and success for all students and families in Richmond.
Richmond Public LibraryTutors at the Richmond Public Library provide free homework help after school to children grades first through sixth.
Richmond Tool LibraryThe Richmond Tool Library is a free service that lends tools to Richmond residents with the goal of providing opportunities to be self-sufficient, to take agency over their neighborhoods, and to work towards a more sustainable Richmond, California.
Richmond TreesRichmond Trees' mission is to promote and grow the City of Richmond's urban forest and green infrastructure through community planting, tree care, education and advocacy in order to improve the health and well-being of the diverse Richmond community.
Richmond Youth Council AdvocateThe City of Richmond is seeking a motivated adult leader between 24-35 years of age who wants to take the lead on becoming an advocate for the Richmond Youth Council (RYC) to assist and direct the RYC during a 12-month term with various tasks. The advocate will be recognized by the City Council.