Beryn has a passion for Apple products and apps, and teaching. As a self-described “Chic Geek,” her appearance belies any geekiness! Now retired from a successful career as an Interior Designer (the “chic” part), Beryn spends time keeping up with Apple technology and educating the public as a volunteer with the San Rafael Public Library. Learn more about Beryn and her “All Things Apple!” class.
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Angel, Earl and Scott all have something in common: they all spend a lot of time giving back to the community. For this final 20/20 Spotlight we take a look at the important work these City employees do at several amazing community-based organizations.
Our Memorial Wall celebrates volunteers who have passed away. Please help us honor those who have helped create the San Rafael we all know and love by enjoying these spotlights, and nominating more if you know people who volunteered for the City that are no longer with us.
Since 2010 Jack’s cheerful and positive personality, plus dog treats enable him to gain the confidence of citizens. Learn what vital volunteer work he does for the San Rafael Police Department.
Enrique Yam was not sure about volunteering at the library when asked by a librarian friend, but decided to give it a try. This new experience led to a paid job and reading more books! See what he has learned about himself and which book caught his eye.
Kathy Taraban and Connie Pelissero are Marin Master Gardeners who volunteer with others to care for the eight Demonstration Gardens and greenhouse at the Falkirk Cultural Center. Learn which garden they each tend.
Bob Huntsberry is a professional architect who has volunteered for more than two decades on the Design Review Board. Learn which parking garage he thinks is the “most beautiful” in San Rafael.
San Rafael Clean Volunteers will litter-ally sweep you off your feet with their enthusiasm for keeping our City clean. Learn more about this program and how volunteers contribute to its success.
Rosa Amalia Garcia’s love of music, dancing and family fuel her passion to plan, promote and support Canal community events and youth activities. Learn how her experience as an immigrant drives her to help others.
San Rafael Custodians Ross Morrison and Juan Carlos Sorto coordinate hundreds of community service workers and other volunteers. Learn about how they support residents and leverage that work force to keep community center programs, events and activities happening.
City of San Rafael
1125 B Street
P.O. Box 151560
San Rafael CA 94915-1560
If you are a person with a disability and require an accommodation to participate in a San Rafael volunteer program, requests may be made by email at least four days in advance of the event. See our Disability Access Instructions here.