Responding to the Call to Service, Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) transforms the lives of homeless, hungry and disenfranchised people.
Category: Good Neighbor
Developing Indigenous Resources works with residents in economically disadvantaged parts of our community to support the healthy development of infants and children. UUCB member Frederick Shaw drew on his decades of experience with an NGO in India to found Developing Indigenous Resources here in … read more.
July Good Neighbor (sharing our collection plate): Hip Hop 4 Change uses grassroots activism to educate people about socio-economic injustices and advocate for solutions through hip hop culture. Our support will help Hip Hop 4 Change expand their work to creatively reclaim rap in ways that … read more.
Youth Spirit Artworks places homeless and low-income youth and young adults in art-based jobs. This year, Youth Spirit Artworks is helping 158 youth and young adults build strong skills, experience, self-confidence, and income in which they can take great pride.
YES Nature to Neighborhoods brings together community partners providing services to youth and families in North Richmond. From their Youth Pathway pipeline that provides a decade of guidance and support to at-risk youth to their Adult Pathway that supports parents and caregivers, YES does the … read more.
YEAH Berkeley stands for Youth Engagement, Advocacy, and Housing. This organization helps youth set goals and create lives they want while providing shelter, food, counseling, and other necessities to homeless youth in our community.
The Berkeley Food Pantry is a non-profit organization providing monthly bags of nutritious and delicious emergency groceries to Berkeley and Albany residents in need.