Our Initiatives

  • Generations United, Inc is grateful to partner with RWC Parks and Recreation and Schaberg Library to provide the after school homework center.  It’s an amazing launch to a successful school year 2017/2018!

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  • Change A Child’s Life… Once Book At A Time!

    1 hour/week can make a world of difference for a child

    • Flexible schedules (am, pm, weekends, home visits, schools)
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  • RWCR12.2015AngJoin the Redwood City Reads initiative!  1 hour a week reading 1/1 with a child. We are seeing incredible value in these relationships being established.  Our focus: Quality time focusing on site-words and reading 1/1 with children from books that …
  • Families gather with caring community volunteers to discuss issues facing their families and get support in community.  These small groups meet in homes with trained team members from local community organizations as facilitators in discussion.  The goal is to have …

  • While literacy is something you and I take for granted, the statistics here in Redwood City are staggering: 59% of 3rd graders in Redwood City School District are BELOW proficient in their reading! Left uncorrected, these children are at high risk to finish their education.
  • Redwood City is a diverse city with many needs. We believe in loving our neighbors by meeting them right where they are!  ESL (English as a Second Language) is a way to work with families by teaching Basic English.  Moms’ …

  • Opportunities abound in our community to invest in families. We do this one relationship at a time by meeting needs in schools and community organizations.
  • Beautiful Day started with the question being asked “if our church buildings burnt down today, would anyone care?” Beautiful Day was the answer to that through huge serving efforts throughout Redwood City. We had no idea that would open up …

  • An annual Thanksgiving luncheon is prepared for families in our city who might not have the resources to have a special family Thanksgiving dinner.  We mobilize volunteers who serve a wonderful dinner in a beautiful setting to 400+ members of …

  • When a crisis hits the community, there is a partnership of community leaders who meet to discuss ways in which to support families in need.   This team of community leaders discusses ways to address emergency situations in the community and …