On top of increasing the volunteer base, promoting service within the district, and getting more young people involved, Hui wants to mobilize One Richmond so that people can engage with ideas and programs beyond the district.
The Richmond Neighborhood Center’s newest food pantry is now open at George Peabody Elementary School.
Christine Raher poses with a new friend at the Richmond Neighborhood Center’s toy drive event on Dec. 17. Raher was recently named Woman Lawn Bowler of the Year by the 130-member San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club based in Golden Gate Park.
Richmond Neighborhood Center Toy Drive Open House, Dec. 17, 2019.
San Francisco Giants’ mascot, Lou Seal, was the guest of honor at the community watch party at the Richmond Neighborhood Center on Sunday, July 28. A broadcast of the game played on two big screen televisions under a big tent. Games, prizes, BBQ and photo opportunities with Lou Seal were all part of a community pride celebration.
Pictures from the Community Flea Market at the Richmond Neighborhood Center, June, 2019. Photos by Gui Oliveira.
The Richmond Neighborhood Center has been serving the Richmond District for 35 years by providing programs for all ages, including wellness classes, a food pantry and community events in the Richmond District.
Photos from the Richmond Neighborhood Center Food Pantry. June, 2019.
On Sunday, March 3, The Richmond Neighborhood Center hosted its first-ever Immigrant Cultural Festival celebrating the diversity of immigrant and native cultures in the Richmond District.
On Sunday, March 3, the Richmond Neighborhood Center will host a celebration of immigrant cultures in the Richmond District.
Information on the monthly Presidio Greenbelt Clean-Up Workday.