Author: kayebonney

Recycle Your Old Eyeglasses

Bring your old eyeglasses to church any time between this Sunday, June 25, and next Sunday, July 2. Ridwell is collecting eyeglasses so Carol Cross or Kaye Bonney will take them home and make sure they get recycled. Leave your eyeglasses in the bright … read more.

Bicycle Ride to End Homelessness

Join riders from the UU Fellowship of Redwood City and the San Mateo UUs on August 26 for a fun bicycle ride to support programs helping homeless people here in San Mateo County.

The ride starts at the VMWare Campus in Palo Alto on Saturday, August … read more.

Vote for Share-the-Plate Offerings in 2023-24

Each month our UU Fellowship dedicates one “Share the Plate” Sunday offering to a non-profit group selected by us. For the 12 available slots, ten are voted on by the congregation, one is Minister’s Choice, and one is for emergency collections. We have 16 nominees … read more.

Don’t Label Me!

Partnering to Change our Toxic Polarized Culture

An interactive experience featuring author and Professor Irshad Manjii

Is it hard to talk with your friends, coworkers or family because you have different points of view?

Do their facts match yours?

Do you wonder if you can ever find enough common … read more.

Share the Plate with Puente on December 19

Puente serves coastal towns from Pescadero north to La Honda, focusing on equitable access to education, health, and economic security. Their programs focus on farm workers, young children, seniors, low-income families and first-generation college students. Puente came together when Rev. Wendy Taylor (formerly of the … read more.

Share the Plate with Upward Scholars March 21

Upward Scholars is a Redwood City-based organization that provides adult immigrants from low-income households the boost they need to move up the economic ladder through education and career development support.

Upward Scholars helps adult students overcome the financial and academic barriers that limit their success. We … read more.

Share the Plate with Second Harvest on February 21

On February 21, our Share the Plate offering will go to Second Harvest of Silicon Valley.  UUFRC members and friends generously support food security for our neighbors through volunteering time at the Yaseen at Nesbit Free Grocery distribution program on the 4th Friday of the … read more.

Share the Plate with the Sequoia High School Dream Club

On Sunday, January 17, our UU Felllowship will donate the offering through it’s “Share The Plate” program to the Sequoia High School Dream Club. The Sequoia Dream Club’s mission is to help create limitless educational opportunities for undocumented students, and our donation will go directly … read more.

Share the Plate with GRIP Training Institute

This Sunday, November 15, our community offering will go to the GRIP Training Institute, a non-profit organization serving incarcerated people in California. This will be our Fellowship’s third year “sharing the plate” with GRIP, and I am grateful to our community for supporting an organization … read more.

UU the Vote

Send Vote-By-Mail Postcards to Voters in Texas

Reclaim Our Vote is sending postcards to Hispanic voters in Texas who are over age 65 to let them know how to apply to Vote By Mail for the July 14 primary.  This allows them to vote from the … read more.