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Shop at Whole Foods Tomorrow and Help PAL; E-Waste Drop Off at Woodside Methodist Church

SHOP at WHOLE FOODS on Saturday, July 20 and help support PAL!

Whole Foods in Redwood City is teaming up with the Redwood City Police Activities League (PAL) to help raise much needed funds for our programs for at-risk Redwood City youth.

How you can help: Visit Whole Foods on Saturday July 20 from noon til 5:00pm and 5% of all food and beverages sold will be donated to PAL! WOW! Stock up!

We appreciate your support of PAL and hope you can attend this event and help while you shop!

Remember: Every Youth Needs A PAL!

The Redwood City Police Activities League (P.A.L.) is a non-profit community based organization providing intervention, prevention, and alternative programs to at-risk and economically challenged youth in Redwood City. Our programs strive to help youth assimilate honest values, assets, and skills. P.A.L., Redwood City Police Department, Redwood City School District and the City of Redwood City have formed a unique public and private partnership, which is critical in providing delinquency outreach and prevention programs.

Mission To build partnerships between youth, police and the community through educational, cultural, recreational and outreach programs to help youth reach their full potential.
PAL Purpose Help youth learn honest values, develop assets, and increase life skills

PAL Programs After School Sports – Flag Football, Volleyball, Street Hockey, Soccer, Basketball After School Programs – Martial Arts, Boxing, Hip Hop, Dancing, Theatre and Arts

PAL Community Partners PAL runs a Community Center at the Taft School Campus in Redwood City and through that facility reaches out and collaborates with such diverse groups and local organizations including:   Ballet Folkloric Mexico Vivo, Casa De La Cultura, Verde Ambassadors, Zumba Dance, Friendly Acres Neighborhood Association, Junior Fire Academy, Redwood City School District, Redwood City Park, Recreation and Community Services.


Bring your old unused electronics to the 

Free Electronic Waste Recycling Event!

Sponsored by the Woodside Road United Methodist Church

Friday and Saturday, July 19 and 20, from 9 am – 4 pm.

In the parking lot at 2000 Woodside Road in Redwood City (near Alameda de las Pulgas).

For more information on this e-waste collection event, please call the Woodside Road United Methodist Church (650) 368-3376.

This is a great opportunity to help our community get rid of e-waste the right way by diverting it from the landfills into a proper recycling process.

E-waste is defined as any consumer electronic equipment that has reached its ‘end-of-life,’ ‘end-of-usage,’ whether in full or non-working condition. Most electronics or electronic equipment with a cord or circuit board are accepted such as: Computer Monitors, Television sets, Printers, PC Systems, Laptops, Copiers, Scanners, Fax Machines, Toner Cartridges, UPS & PDAs, Tower Supplies, Main Frame Units, Networking Equipment, Mother Board Systems, VCR/VCD/DVD Players, Home Entertainment Systems, Landline and Cellular Phones, & Small Portable Devices.

(Please note that this is a private fundraising e-waste event, and is NOT City-sponsored. The City provides this information as a courtesy only and is not responsible for any aspect of this event)


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