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Community Kindness

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Thanks to the support of YMCA of Silicon Valley we are able to share new features like Community Kindness on The Redwood City Pulse. Community Kindness shares stories dedicated to the organizations and people who are making a difference in Redwood City.

 

As the floodwaters began to rise, residents feared for their lives. Then, a team of volunteers got to work.

As the floodwaters began to rise, residents feared for their lives. Then, a team of volunteers got to work.

Inside the emergency effort to provide storm relief to Redwood City's mobile home residents
From neighborhood turkeys to housing snafus, this 12-year-old is bringing the news to North Fair Oaks

From neighborhood turkeys to housing snafus, this 12-year-old is bringing the news to North Fair Oaks

After gathering story ideas, Kittock puts on his reporter hat, sometimes knocking on doors, calling neighbors and even reaching out to the authorities.
Former football players bring 'good, old-fashioned Christmas' cheer to thousands of Bay Area kids

Former football players bring 'good, old-fashioned Christmas' cheer to thousands of Bay Area kids

At the annual toy drive, visitors can donate a gift in exchange for holiday treats, elaborately decorated trees and visits from local 49er legends
35 years after opening, Project Read continues to give students the gift of literacy

35 years after opening, Project Read continues to give students the gift of literacy

Long-time director Kathy Endaya called Redwood City’s program one of the best in the state
From bookworm to fungi fanatic: Meet Midpen’s longest serving docent naturalist

From bookworm to fungi fanatic: Meet Midpen’s longest serving docent naturalist

Chris MacIntosh hopes to continue inspiring the public to find wonder in the natural environment.
Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Hundreds of miles, thousands of dollars: A Redwood City resident takes on the biggest ride of his life

Next month, 69-year-old Harvey Bondar will ride to Los Angeles to raise funds and awareness for arthritis.
An all women, Latina-led counseling center is the first to offer fully bilingual services for everyone

An all women, Latina-led counseling center is the first to offer fully bilingual services for everyone

Una Vida officially opened its doors in late June with home-cooked pupusas and a commitment to the Spanish-speaking community
After 50 years and a pandemic, a team of book lovers are helping keep the library afloat

After 50 years and a pandemic, a team of book lovers are helping keep the library afloat

Friends of the Redwood City Public Library has built a legacy on cheap books and homegrown honey
‘Everybody hits, everybody scores’: The Miracle League makes baseball accessible to children and adults of all abilities

‘Everybody hits, everybody scores’: The Miracle League makes baseball accessible to children and adults of all abilities

The Miracle League of SF Peninsula, which plays weekly games at Hawes Park in Redwood City, is in its fourth season and has grown from 15 kids to around 40
Graduating Cañada student is raising money to help families like her own in Ukraine

Graduating Cañada student is raising money to help families like her own in Ukraine

Daria Dmytrenko wants to fight complacency with awareness
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