Richmond, Calif. (July 1, 2015) — The Richmond Elks Lodge #1251 is making it possible for the women and children staying at the Center for Women & Children at the Bay Area Rescue Mission to go to the Oakland A’s baseball game on July 1st.
Attending a baseball game is a great way to regain a sense of peace and stability for women and children who are overcoming obstacles in their lives. The Richmond Elksare providing tickets and transportation for 40 to spend a day in the sun and leave their cares behind.
At the Mission, these expression of compassion goes a long ways to show that the community cares about women and children in need. It takes a team effort to provide a safety net that provides an environment to heal, make necessary plans for the future and to get reestablished in the community.
Since 1965, the Bay Area Rescue Mission, a Christian non-profit organization, has been changing lives for a brighter tomorrow through emergency shelter, meals, recovery programs, spiritual counseling, education, job skills training, transitional services, youth intervention, food pantry, resource distribution, and mobile outreach. To help the Bay Area Rescue Mission bring help and hope to Richmond’s homeless and hurting, please visit the Mission’s website at development.bayAreaRescue.org, or call 510-215-4555. Donations may also be mailed to: Bay Area Rescue Mission, P.O. Box 1112, Richmond, CA 94802. Donations are tax-deductible.
Extra Details: A Charter Bus will leave at 11 am from the Center for Women and Children at 224 Macdonald Avenue, Richmond, CA 94801 and head over to the Oakland A’s Coliseum. To contact the Center for Women and Children, please call 510-215-4860. Thank you for making it possible to share this great event with our community.
510-215-4878 - Direct Phone
Bay Area Rescue Mission
2114 Macdonald Avenue
Richmond, CA 94801
510-215-4555 - Main Phone