Menlo Park Missions
Our mission is to empower the Hispanic community by providing avenues for community organizations and caring adults to participate in activities that promote family literacy, family advocacy, and projects that serve Hispanic families in Redwood City. We do this by offering English as a Second Language classes, participating in emergency care for displaced families and leading catalytic events that reach out to the community as well as through neighborhood affinity groups that equip families to experience by other caring adults. Our premier offering is Redwood City Reads, where we match caring volunteers with children for 1/1 reading on local Redwood City School campuses, homes, or at the local library. Here are some specific ways you or your Life Group can get involved:
Redwood City Reads
Come to the school campus for 1 to 1.5 hours a week to read with the children! Ideal for retired, high school community school hours, small groups, professionals, families, Moms and children. Program location is at Fair Oaks and John Gill schools.
ESL Teachers (group setting)
Come provide teaching childcare during specialized after school, evening or weekend classes for students where English is their second language. Great for groups to serve together. No Spanish required; also needed in summertime. Program location is at Fair Oaks and John Gill schools.
Share Your Passion!
Share your passion with the kids! This includes lessons in music, singing, dance, art, etc.
Any questions? Call our office at 650-323-8600.
Did you know we have an active Kids Ministry?
For details, choose a campus, then go to Connect > Kids.