News from REACH Riverside
There's Plenty in the House for EveryoneThe WRK Group (The Warehouse, REACH Riverside, and Kingswood Community Center) believe it is a basic human right to have regular access to nutritious food items. Unfortunately, we also know that our community is located in an...
Get Your GED Today! What is a GED? The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, so you can use it to apply to college or for a job resume, just like you would with a high school diploma. More than 98 percent of schools in the United States accept the GED, including...
Community Job FairLooking for a new employment opportunity?Interested in construction?Want to make a positive impact in theRiverside neighborhood?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z7B4z8oQY0Then stop by the Kingswood Community Center Job Fair on April 7, 2021 from...
Weatherize Your Home!Too often, our neighbors are faced with the decision to heat or eat.Should I pay to heat my home this month or do I pay for my family to eat? This dilemma is only heightened during winter months as a larger percentage of household incomes are...
REACH Riverside Welcomes New Board Member, Daniel Shoy, Jr.Wednesday, February 3, 2021 – REACH Riverside (REACH), a member of the WRK Group (The Warehouse, REACH, and the Kingswood Community Center) announces the appointment of a new member to its Board of Directors...
We are so proud of our very own, Logan Herring, CEO of REACH Riverside, Kingswood Community Center and The Teen Warehouse, for making the list as one of Most Influential Delawareans by Delaware Online.
The Warehouse receives $10,000 from NCC Cares!
The Warehouse receives $10,000 from NCC Cares and County Executive Matt Meyer!
A 2017 recipient of The Pete duPont Freedom Foundation Reinventing Delaware recognition, The Warehouse will develop a teen-led co-working and service delivery space in the former Prestige Academy building on Thatcher Street, at the southern end of the Riverside community.
With $1 Million Gift to Riverside Area Revitalization, Christiana Care Makes an Impact on Community Health
As Wilmington’s Riverside community embarks on an extraordinary revitalization effort, Christiana Care Health System is making an impact on health with a $1 million gift to REACH Riverside Development Corporation that will support community health and youth development programs.
Various residents talk with nonprofit employees involved in the Riverside redevelopment, getting a glimpse at what the neighborhood could look like after visiting Obery Court in Annapolis.
A message from Charlie, Logan & the entire REACH Riverside Team about what the coming months will bring.
The goal of this community-based effort is neighborhood revitalization in order to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by creating pathways out of poverty.
SPECIAL EDITION: Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn: Episode 1
Featuring Rita Landgraf, Director of Partnership for Healthy Communities at University of Delaware and Michelle Pope Director of Community Engagement at Nemours Children's Health.
Lunch & Learn: Episode 2
Featuring Melody Phillips, Director of Operatons at The Warehouse and Khi'Aire Martin and Nysir Wright, teen employees at The Warehouse.
Lunch & Learn: Episode 3
Featuring James "Ray" Rhodes, Executive Director at Christina Cultural Arts Center, Markevis Gideon, Founder of NERDiT NOW, and Jaki Bland, Riverside Resident.
Lunch & Learn: Episode 4
Featuring Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester, Wilmington City Council President Hanifa Shabazz and District 1 Councilwoman Zanthia Oliver.
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