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Arlene Francis Center Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: Arlene Francis Foundation



Our charming, historic building spanning the entire block on Wilson and 6th Street is a host of many diverse community engagements. The center is cared for by volunteers. Volunteers help with varied tasks such as:

*Light gardening

*Cleaning

*Event Support (ushering & clean up)

Please call Martin Hamilton at 707-266-4704 to set schedule volunteer shift(s).

More opportunities with Arlene Francis Foundation

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Arlene Francis Foundation

Location:

99 6th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401, US

Mission Statement

he Arlene Francis Center is a non-profit, community-centered cultural hub with a vision of a better world, a new way of being. Situated in Santa Rosa’s historic Railroad Square and West End Districts, the Center produces nonprofit and charitable cultural, educational, social, ethical and ecological activities united by a common purpose--the development of a theory and practice that will foster the creation of a better world, one in which human beings will come to see one another as the source of each other’s completion, as inherently good and caring social and ecological beings who seek to fully recognize each other’s common humanity and interconnectedness with all of life, and to create a world based upon justice, kindness, love, and respect for the earth.

Description

he Arlene Francis Center is a non-profit, community-centered cultural hub with a vision of a better world, a new way of being. Situated in Santa Rosa's historic Railroad Square and West End Districts, the Center produces nonprofit and charitable cultural, educational, social, ethical and ecological activities united by a common purpose--the development of a theory and practice that will foster the creation of a better world, one in which human beings will come to see one another as the source of each other's completion, as inherently good and caring social and ecological beings who seek to fully recognize each other's common humanity and interconnectedness with all of life, and to create a world based upon justice, kindness, love, and respect for the earth.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Community
Environment
Arts & Culture, Community, Environment

WHEN

Fri Sep 16, 2022 - Wed Jan 31, 2024
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM

WHERE

Santa Rosa, CA 95401

(38.44097,-122.79716)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

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