Fair Oaks Older Adult Activity Center Program and Services (Operated by Peninsula Family Service and provides breakfast and lunch, health and wellness classes, bi-weekly Brown Bag Program hosted by Second Harvest Food Bank) and wellness checks such as diabetes and blood pressure.
iPad Checkout (Located at the Fair Oaks Branch Library, with 50 iPads available for home use. The iPads are preloaded with educational apps selected by the Redwood City School District for children grades Pre-K through second grade
United Through Education/Familias Unidas (Sponsored by the Library and Redwood City School District, promotes the progress of our community by teaching parents how to help and support their children achieve academic success)
StarVista: Healthy Homes (Offers free weekly home visits to pregnant mothers and to families with children under 5 years of age, including lessons on child development/parenting skills, while also connecting families with community resources)
The Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula (Guides and inspires community youth to develop the attitudes and life skills they need to thrive, such as academics, science and technology, social education, life skills, athletics, fitness, and the arts)
REACH (Recreation, Enrichment, Academics, Community Service, Health - After School Learning Center program for students in Kindergarten through fifth grade that provides homework assistance, enrichment classes, community service opportunities, and more)