The objectives of the VFW are to serve needy veterans and their families, insure a strong national defense, and promote true patriotism and allegiance to the United States of America. Projects we support include: Little League, Boy Scouts of America, USO, Blue Star Mothers and monthly parties at the Menlo Park V.A. Hospital Nursing Home. We welcome all honorably discharged veterans and currently serving military personnel who have a campaign medal for service in a combat zone.
The Redwood City SNAP Recreation Program is offering a Monday-Friday Afternoon Program for individuals with differing abilities ages 8 and up. We have activities such as: adaptive fitness on Monday; enjoying films, music, or books on Tuesday; day trips to local sites on Wednesday; arts and crafts on Thursdays; and Fun Day! on Friday!
Designed for teens and adults ages 14+ with differing abilities, this club is perfect for anyone who has an interest in planning and cooking healthy meals. Each week participants will plan a meal from start to finish and enjoy the fruits of their labor! After dinner, participants will engage in social activities.
If you have a service-related disability, the members of the Edmund Parrot Chapter 16 invite you to join our chapter. The DAV is dedicated to a single purpose: Building Better Lives for All of Our Nation’s Disabled Veterans and their families. This is done through our core values of service, quality, integrity and leadership in representation and advocacy services, now and in the future.
Vietnam Veterans of America, Steven Warren Memorial Chapter #464
AARP Chapter 746, was founded to promote independence, dignity and a good quality of life for older persons. We have monthly meetings with speakers or entertainment following. We provide some travel trips, meeting-day lunch gatherings and holiday luncheons.