At the UU Fellowship of Redwood City, we strive to be good neighbors and helpful friends. We partner or work with many worthy charitable organizations and schools, to further promote their mission. We appreciate our connections with our community and reach out with helping hands.

Distributing Food to Hungry Families

Second Harvest of Silicon Valley relies on volunteers to distribute food to families here in San Mateo County and they need the support of the community more than ever before! Every month we help Second Harvest distribute food at the following neighborhood location:

  • Fourth Saturday, 7:15-9:30 AM: Nesbit Elementary School, 500 Biddulph Way, Belmont, CA 94002. (In conjunction with volunteers from the Yaseen Foundation.)

If you would like to volunteer, contact

Looking for other volunteer opportunities with Second Harvest? Sign up here.

Concerned about COVID-19? Most food distributions are outside and often are low/no touch distributions including drive-through distributions. Masks, gloves, and appropriate apparel are required.

Sharing the Plate with Our Neighbors

Each year since 2006, the Social Action Committee solicits nominations for non-profit organizations to which the UU Fellowship will give one week’s Sunday collection. Usually they are local organizations in which one or more of our members is actively involved. After the annual meeting, members and friends choose which groups will receive funds during the upcoming year.

Each month during the year, one of the selected organizations provides a brief presentation during the service and a collection is taken for their cause.

Please donate to support the following organizations during FY2021 – 2022:

  • October 17 – Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse
  • November 21 – Faith in Action Bay Area
  • December 19 – Puente
  • January 16 – Sequoia High School Dream Club
  • February 20 – Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
  • March 20 – Second Harvest of Silicon Valley
  • April 17 – Sonrisas Dental Health
  • May 15 – International Women’s Convocation

And here’s what we gave to 12 worthy organizations last year:

  • Puente de la Costa Sur $2,735
  • Center for Common Ground $3,270
  • Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA) $2,022
  • GRIP Training Institute $3,315
  • Human Investment Project (HIP) Housing $1,205
  • Sequoia High School Dream Club $11,764
  • Second Harvest of Silicon Valley $2,619
  • Dawaheals $3,199
  • Upward Scholars $1,754
  • National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) San Mateo $759
  • Open Gate Nursery School $1,684
  • Sonrisas Dental Health $1,829

For a grand total of $36,155!