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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.
Senior Outreach ServicesMeals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services is dedicated to enchancing the quality of life for oder adults. We provide the following services. The Friendly Visitors program, matching volunteers with isolated seniors. Senior Care Management, Home Care Registry and Fall Prevention.
Shields Reid Community CenterShields Reid Community Center provides recreation, fitness, summer camps and afterschool programs for the community.
Solano PlaySolano Play has adopted our local park, the Solano Playlot, to spearhead its revitalization into a vibrant and attractive community hub for folks of all ages and abilities.
Solar RichmondOur mission is to catalyze transformative change that deepens the connection between people, place, and planet. Our enhanced workforce development model is designed to support the whole person by providing culturally responsive, practical resiliency techniques to members of our community.
The Ed FundOur Mission We advocate for excellence in education. We assist schools in providing high-quality learning experiences. We promote community engagement and investment in education. We support student access to educational opportunities.
The Richmond Art CenterThe Richmond Art Center is a dynamic arts organization that empowers and transforms individuals and the community through creative exploration, experience and education.
The Watershed ProjectThe Watershed Project is an environmental non-profit organization based in Richmond, CA at the University of California Richmond Field Station.The Watershed Project is committed to inspiring Bay Area communities to understand, appreciate and protect local watersheds.
Urban TilthUrban Tilth cultivates agriculture in west Contra Costa County to help our community build a more sustainable, healthy, and just food system.