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Last Updated: 2014-02-25

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Neighbor-to-Neighbor (N2N) recruits volunteers of all ages, races, ethnicities, genders, and faith persuasions who reside in the great City of Richmond, leveraging service as a strategy to “Build the Best Richmond."

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

  • Richmond 2015 Volunteer with Richmond 2015, Inc. as a Course Marshall beginning Friday, May through Sunday, May 4 along the race routes of Downtown Richmond.  Click here for details.

  • Bellemeade Celebration Volunteer with First Things First of Greater Richmond at the Bellemeade Celebration for Fathers and Families on Saturday, May 3.  Click here for details.

  • Volunteer with the Office on Aging and Persons with Disabilities to be a referee or scorekeeper at the Senior Co-Ed Basketball Game on Thursday, April 3.  Click here for details.

  • Higher Achievement Higher Achievement is seeking volunteer mentors for their
    After-School Academy, delivering math, literature and seminar
    curricula to three scholars one night per week beginning
    September 30, 2013 and ending May 2, 2014. 
    Click here for details

  • Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is seeking volunteers to staff the
    front desk at Pine Camp. 
    Click here for details

Click below to view a full listing of other volunteer opportunities


Mayor Dwight C. Jones’ vision is to “Build the Best Richmond” by creating a Tier One City that offers a safe, supportive and culturally diverse environment – with world-class education, high-performance government operating with fiscal responsibility, access to health care, thriving economic development, and inclusive and unique neighborhoods. Key to fulfilling the City of Richmond’s mission has been the creation of Neighbor-To-Neighbor (N2N), the service department of the City of Richmond focused on increasing collaborative-based civic engagement and volunteerism throughout the City of Richmond - built around Mayor Jones’ anti-poverty initiative and driven by the seven components of the City’s Balanced Scorecard:

• Unique and Inclusive Neighborhoods
• Community Safety and Well-Being
• Education and Workforce Development
• Economic Growth
• Transportation Infrastructure
• Well-Managed Government
• Sustainability & The Natural Environment

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