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Last Updated: 2015-07-02

            Message from Mayor Volunteer Registration Love Your Block

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

  • Bon Secours Training Camp On July 30, the Washington Redskins’ Training Camp will begin its third year at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, which is located at 2401 W. Leigh Street in Richmond, VA. The City of Richmond and Washington Redskins are looking for a core group of at least 250 volunteers to serve as the “face” of Richmond at training camp. Training camp Ambassadors help provide answers to questions about the city and training camp, highlight tourist destinations, restaurants, and points of interest, ensure the event runs smoothly, and make certain that visitors leave Richmond with positive memories and plans to return in the future. Click here for more information.

    Should you desire to become a Richmond Training Camp Ambassador, please go to the following link to apply: Mayor's Invitation.
  • UCI Road World Cycling

    The Wait is Over!

    UCI Road World Cycling

    The Official UCI Road World Championships
    volunteer shift and role sign-up
    is officially open!

    Click here to see volunteer roles, shifts, and sign up!
  • 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, 2015 and ending May 7, 2016.
    Click here for more information.
  • St. Joseph's Villa Mentoring Program St. Joseph’s Villa is seeking volunteer mentors for 1 hour per week, between 1 and 5 pm, M – F.
    Click here for more information.
  • Feedmore Inc. Volunteer to deliver healthy snacks to after school programs starting mid-late September.
    Click here for more information
  • Home Care Hospice Volunteer 1 - 3 hours, any day of the week, with At Home Care Hospice. 
    Click here for more information
  • Junior Achievement Will you volunteer to help Junior Achievement reach more students than ever before? 
    Click here for more information
  • Feedmore Inc. Volunteer to deliver meals to homebound seniors. 
    Click here for more information
  • City of Richmond Pine Camp Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is seeking volunteers to staff the front desk at Pine Camp. 
    Click here for more information
  • Feedmore Inc. Feedmore, Inc. is seeking volunteers to serve as Community Kitchen Assistants. 
    Click here for more information

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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