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We are working on organizing service projects for BWC members. These will be held both at our Clubhouse and other venues. More information about this is coming as soon as we get these projects confirmed. If you know of a local nonprofit or school that is looking for volunteers, please send us an email.

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Toys for Tots

BWC will be collecting toy at the December Holiday Party for Toys for Tots.

Toys for Tots

Please bring an unwrapped gift in original packaging for a child aged 0-12 supporting the local Toys for Tots drive. All gifts must be received by the Club by December 13 for timely distribution.


BWC will be collecting items at the November General Meeting for the LifeMoves Family Crossroads site in Daly City.


LifeMoves logo


They need:

  • Baby wipes
  • Full-size shampoo
  • Full-size body wash
  • Baby shampoo
  • Diapers in sizes 5, 6, and 7

LifeMoves is the largest provider of homeless services in San Mateo County and Silicon Valley. The agency operates 26 shelters, which give families, veterans, and singles a temporary place to call home while providing intensive, customized case management. The program has proven success and last year led over 2,000 clients to stable housing.


*You can also bring items to the November Happy Hour on Friday, November 10, 2023, or drop them in the waterproof chest by the backdoor of the clubhouse.

One Warm Coat Drive


BWC will be collecting clean, gently used coats and jackets at the October General Meeting on Thursday, October 5, 2023* as part of the One Warm Coat community service project. Coats of all shapes and sizes are welcome.

one warm coat logo


One Warm Coat is dedicated to distributing reusable coats, free of charge, directly to local children and adults. The program is an easy way for you and your family to pass along coats and jackets that you no longer need.



*You can also bring coats to the October Happy Hour on Friday, October 13, 2023, or drop them in the waterproof chest by the backdoor of the clubhouse.

Cora (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse) Drive


CORA is the only organization within San Mateo County that provides services to victims of intimate relationship abuse/violence, all at no cost to the victims/clients. CORA will be launching CORA’s closet, a “store” set up like a retail boutique at which CORA clients can visit and select (at no cost) various household items to help them get back on their feet and feel at home. We are starting to collect items that can be used to stock the store as we need to build up inventory.



What’s Needed:
New/Unused household items (see list), including Kitchen/Dining Items, Household Items, Cleaning/Misc. Items, Pet Items, Bathroom Items, Clothing, and Toiletries.


Please bring items to the BWC general meeting (September 7), or you may drop items in the chest at the back of the clubhouse. If you have questions about the CORA Drive, please contact Lara McDonald.

Peninsula Family Service Drive

(This was scheduled for August, but the BWC Birthday Party was rescheduled.)

Peninsula Family Service strengthens our community by providing children, families, and older adults the support and tools to realize their full potential and lead healthy, stable lives. Peninsula Family Service is conducting a drive for the First Step Child Development Center.

More about Peninsula Family Service.

What’s Needed:
Diapers, Pull-ups, and Potty-training underwear.

Please bring items to the BWC Birthday Party (September 22), or you may drop items in the chest at the back of the clubhouse.

If you have questions about the Peninsula Family Service Drive, please contact Leslie Ragsdale


Come Play by the Bay: Bay Cleanup Day

Saturday, September 23, 2023 

9:00am – 12:00pm


Be part of California Coast Cleanup Day 2023. Join BWC members and friends to help collect trash and debris from Burlingame’s Bayfront.


Meet the BWC group at the bridge between Embassy Suites and Kincaid’s (near 150 Anza Blvd in Burlingame). The official event is scheduled until noon, but feel free to start with us and scoot early.

What to bring: 

  • Waiver forms (Download Waiver)
  • Reusable bucket to collect trash and help reduce the amount of single-use plastic bags (the organizers will provide dumpsters so you can discard what you collect)
  • Gardening or work gloves to help reduce the amount of disposable plastic gloves provided
  • Filled, reusable water bottle to stay hydrated at the cleanup
  • Comfortable closed-toe shoes
  • Sun protection (e.g., sunscreen, sunglasses, and hat)

What the event organizers will provide:

  • Light refreshments and snacks
  • Water to refill reusable water bottles
  • Extra waiver forms, plastic bags, and plastic gloves

Send us an email if you have questions.

Upcoming SeRvice Projects

Cleaning up the bay by collecting plastic bottles

Cleanup & Beautification Projects


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Age Friendly City Project

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Knitting for soldiers

front of bwc clubhouse and front lawy BWC Beautification:
We are seeking volunteers to help us keep the area around our clubhouse nice and tidy. Since we are in a high-traffic area surrounded by trees, our clubhouse and the strip along Park Road need periodic cleanup.
If you are interested in more information or signing up for a cleanup shift, send us an email.