Alameda Point Collaborative, 677 West Ranger Ave., will be getting some TLC from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 10.
That’s when members of the Yale Club of San Francisco and other parts of the East Bay will rehabilitate a native-plant garden.
Up to 50 volunteers are expected as part of the national Yale Day of Service.
Alameda Point Collaborative maintains 34 acres of land and has transformed the housing community into an inviting area for residents to flourish.
This is a family-friendly event, and volunteers are asked to wear clothing appropriate for gardening, such as closed-toe shoes/boots, loose pants, hat and/or sunscreen for skin protection.
Tools will be provided, and APC will have water and first aid kits on site.
The site coordinator for the event is Jen Leybovich, a 2013 graduate of the Yale School of Management.