The Richmond Poverty Reduction Coalition’s latest new project, in partnership with Vancouver Coastal Health, is entitled “Improving Pedestrian Safety in Richmond through Vision Zero Strategies.” We are looking for self-identified Richmond residents on low incomes who want to learn job-ready skills as a Project Assistant. Participants will earn a certificate and a modest honorarium. The … Read more
This past summer, the Richmond Advocacy & Support Committee launched its YouTube channel called the RASC Project. In case you missed it, RASC hosted its annual “Art for Social Change” exhibition and variety show, for the first time in a virtual format, in early October. You can stream the whole video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEv5TleU7FU.
As part of the Culture Days programming, Richmond Advocacy and Support Committee (RASC) will once again host “Art for Social Change,” an art exhibition and variety show. The free 2020 event will showcase a variety of artistic material created and performed by RASC — featuring everything from spoken word and song to community-based art projects. In … Read more
The new winter edition of the Richmond PRC newsletter is out! Inside there’s an update on the Hope Beyond Hopelessness play put on by the Richmond Advocacy and Support Committee, news about the residents the Richmond modular housing project and much more. Click the image above to read the latest issue.
Can’t wait for Culture Days to check out “Hope Beyond Homelessness,” the inspiring play by the Richmond Advocacy and Support Committee? Exploring the real human cost of homelessness through poetry, song, drama, music, photography, art and personal stories, the performance will also take place one week earlier at the St. Alban Anglican Church (7260 St. Albans … Read more
Please join the Richmond Advocacy and Support Committee on Sunday, Nov. 25 for this free event focusing on access for low income residents to healthy and affordable food. More details in the poster below.