How can the new Berkeley Global Campus at Richmond Bay support local business?

*NEW REPORT* At the recent Richmond Business Breakfast, organized by community partners including Healthy Richmond, small business owners shared their ideas on what would make a difference to their businesses and others in Richmond. View their report and the recommendations here Read more. »

About Healthy Richmond

Healthy Richmond is a 10-year partnership to create meaningful and lasting improvements in the health of children and youth in Richmond. Richmond is one of 14 communities across California taking part in a statewide initiative called Building Healthy Communities, sponsored by The California Endowment

From Richmond Pulse | 05/25/2016

Black Grads Matter – Richmond High Holds First Black Graduation

May 25, 2016 Above: Richmond High sophomore Kahlil Spain (left), Demnlus Johnson of For Richmond (center) and graduating senior Emmanuel Adarkwah (right) at the school’s first ever Black ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/24/2016

Estado por Estado, Comunidades Resisten las Restricciones Electorales

May 24, 2016 Photo Courtesy New America Media New America Media, Peter Schurmann Entre el miedo y la confusión que envuelve la supresión electoral, los defensores de los derechos electorales ...
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From Richmond Pulse | 05/24/2016

Nunca Volveré a Ser un Guardia de Seguridad

May 24, 2016 Comentario, Sean Shavers Con tantas empresas de tecnología en el Área de la Bahía, hay una nueva necesidad de profesionales de seguridad – para proteger a ...
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Our Projects

At its core, Healthy Richmond is about bringing people and organizations together to make Richmond a place where all children are safe, healthy and ready to learn. Our Steering Committee and Actions Teams are working together and encouraging others to work together to make this a reality.

With this goal at the heart of the effort, the Hub Steering Committee is driving the Healthy Richmond effort by developing systems for community collaboration and updating the logic model.

Healthy Richmond Action Teams are working on to create a collaborative model involving our Hub Steering Committee leadership, Hub Partners and community partners to impact our key Richmond priorities. Learn about the Action Teams and meet our first Action Team that is hitting the ground running on an issue critical to Richmond and communities across the nation!

The California Endowment makes multiple grants in Richmond with the purpose of supporting Healthy Richmond and forwarding strategies identified in the logic model. There are currently 31 Healthy Richmond Funded Partners and 40 grants to advance the work of the Initiative. Learn more about our Funded Parters and programs

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