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Enjoy Chess and Movies with ParkMerced resident

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Most Holy Redeemer AIDS Support Group

  • 8 people are interested

Do you enjoy chess or other board games? Are you a film buff? This may be the volunteer opportunity for you. A client living in the Park Merced (Sunset) area of San Francisco is looking for someone to provide a little bit of companionship over a game board or a visit to the movies. The client is friendly and outgoing but his use of a wheelchair have limited his ability to go out. A couple of hours a week would provide a great amount of pleasure. Use of a car that could take a wheelchair would be helpful.

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About Most Holy Redeemer AIDS Support Group


100 Diamond Street, San Francisco, CA 94114, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Most Holy Redeemer AIDS Support Group is to mitigate the suffering and enhance the quality of life of those struggling with debilitating HIV/AIDS-related diseases. This is accomplished through providing practical, emotional, and where desired, spiritual support for persons with HIV/AIDS-related diseases and their loved ones, regardless of religious belief, age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or disability.


Founded in 1985, Most Holy Redeemer AIDS Support Group is an independent non-profit service organization that depends on the financial support of individuals, corporations and foundations. Because our services are provided by volunteers, we make the most of every tax-deductible dollar we receive.

Because the ravages of HIV and AIDS are both physical and psychological, we offer a variety of individualized services. Each client is carefully matched with a volunteer to create a one-on-one partnership that provides both practical services and companionship.

Our volunteers help perform many of the daily tasks of living that have become difficult for people with HIV and AIDS, such as shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry and errands.

Arts & Culture
People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


Park MercedSan Francisco, CA 94132



  • Visual Arts
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours per week
  • Interview with Program Coordinator

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