Students at Fair Oaks Community School have spent the past few days creating a mural to honor their mothers.
Transforming Lives. 1 child at a time.
November 2015 – Every month it is our hope we find open doors to develop and provide a place for building relationships with families. Yesterday
Hello, I am Fredda Morris and I am a tutor for Generations United in the …CONTINUE READING →
Generations United, Inc. successfully led 160+ volunteers and partnered with a number of organizations including, Parks and Rec of RWC, Sequoia Church, Peninsula Covenant Church and Young Men’s Service League (YMSL) and other caring adults by reading with 200 students …CONTINUE READING →
99% of children in some East Redwood City Schools are on the free or reduced lunch program, living below the poverty level. Many live in over-crowded homes with multiple families. They would love a reading buddy or tutor to work …CONTINUE READING →
The difference a summer can make.
Summer 2014 has brought amazing joy; fun and a long time dream come true. After years of believing for an opportunity to identify a touch point in our community to occur with caring volunteers, …CONTINUE READING →
Dear Caring and Compassionate Partner,
March was a whirlwind month and April will continue to be filled with great and wonderful opportunities to serve many in our community and beyond. Over the past few months, we’ve had many …CONTINUE READING →
Love is in the air and we at Generations United, Inc. are grateful to serve in a city where heartbreak surrounds us, but love is STRONGER! Never has there been a greater time to get involved in helping …CONTINUE READING →
Maybe you thought it was about the turkey, the great cooking, the nice dishes and the clothes closets, and although it was, the deeper purpose of all those things was to serve our community, bringing people together as we build …CONTINUE READING →