Embracing the Spirit of Giving Tuesday: Celebrating Local Partnerships

 As we approach the season of giving, Rosie the Riveter Trust takes time to reflect on the meaningful collaborations we've forged with local organizations over the past year. This Giving Tuesday, we shine a spotlight on three entities that have worked hand-in-hand with us working towards positive change in our community and furthering our mission of preserving history, sharing stories, and inspiring youth.

Preserving History with Richmond Museum of History & Culture

In our journey to preserve and celebrate the rich history of our community, the partnership with the Richmond Museum of History & Culture has been instrumental. This year, we became a proud host of the opening art reception for Rosie's Children: Art from Richmond's Historic Child Care CentersTogether, we've woven a tapestry of stories, memories, and cultural significance, ensuring that the vibrant history of our region is not only remembered but also cherished for generations to come. This Giving Tuesday, let's come together to support the invaluable work of preserving our shared heritage.

Sharing Stories with The ALS Association Golden West Chapter

We were proud to be picked as a mascot for The ALS Association Golden West Chapter in helping to raise awareness and support for those affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Their team donned our Rosie National Park T Shirts to inspire with the "We Can Do It!" spirit. This chapter is definitely doing its part to create a network of care and compassion for individuals and families grappling with this challenging disease. This Giving Tuesday, let's extend our collective hand of generosity to amplify the reach of ALS advocacy and research. 

  Inspiring Youth with Contra Costa Youth Service Bureau
In our shared commitment to empower and uplift the youth of our community, we've had the privilege of partnering with the Contra Costa Youth Service Bureau. This dynamic organization has been instrumental in providing vital services and support to young individuals, fostering a sense of purpose and resilience. The Bureau hosted Rosie's Service Corps in their space, sent some of their students through our program, and generously provided a $250 stipend to each graduate. We've witnessed the transformative impact on these budding leaders, laying the groundwork for a brighter and more inclusive future.

This Giving Tuesday, Rosie the Riveter Trust invites you to join us in celebrating the incredible impact that local organizations can achieve when working together. By supporting the Contra Costa Youth Service Bureau, The ALS Association Golden West Chapter, and the Richmond Museum of History & Culture, you are contributing to the resilience, health, and cultural richness of our community. Together, we can make a lasting difference and create a legacy of compassion, empowerment, and unity. Happy Giving Tuesday!


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