RPF Gun Buyback Program

Our mission is to get unwanted guns out of circulation through annual gun buyback programs, preventing them from falling into the wrong hands, and transforming them into instruments of hope and opportunity through our arts and vocational programs.  To date, our foundation has held two gun buybacks - in Solano County and the City of Richmond. RPF has been successful in  getting approximately 250 firearms in total out of circulation – including numerous assault weapons. As part of our campaign to promote gun safety, our buyback events include the distribution of  free gun locks for gun owners. 



locations

Solano County

180 firearms collected:
66 handguns, 111 long guns (shotguns and rifles), 3 assualt rifles

City of Richmond

48 firearms:
14 rifles, 6 shotguns, 15 semi-automatic pistols, 13 revolvers

Your City

RPF is happy to partner with law enforcement agencies and other nonprofits on gun buybacks. If you are interested in bringing an event to your city or county, contact us at info@robbypobletefoundation.org

sponsors

In partnership with

Senator Bill Dodd - Assembly Member Timothy Grayson | Solano County District Attorney's Office | Solano CountySupervisor Erin Hannigan | Solano County Arts Council | Vallejo Councilman Hermie Sunga | Vallejo Councilwoman Rozzana Verder-Aliga | Vallejo Mayor Bob Sampayan | Toyota Vallejo | Neighborhood Rising | Dos De Oros 

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to present more gun buyback events in counties throughout California, preventing these firearms from falling into the wrong hands and potentially saving lives. 

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