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News & Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities


Neighbor-To-Neighbor (N2N) recruits both city and non-city residents to serve as volunteers, leveraging service as a strategy to “Build One Richmond”.


Forest Hill Serve Day

Forest Hill Serve Day

Join Councilwoman Kristen Larson and United Church for a day of service. Volunteers will pick up trash, serve food to vulnerable residents and provide other services, August 18, 2018.

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Higher Achievement Needs Academic Mentors!

Volunteer one evening per week to help underserved middle school students improve their academic and social performance.

Higher Achievement

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  Football fans... It's time to volunteer!

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The Washington Redskins and the City of Richmond are recruiting volunteers to serve as 2018 Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Camp Ambassadors.

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Food pantry volunteers are needed to help CAPUP distribute food packages to low income communities in Richmond’s East End.

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5th Council District

Neighborhood Cleanups: Volunteers Needed!

Please join Councilman Parker Agelasto and residents to cleanup and beautify different areas across the 5th Council District. Volunteer service will include street litter removal, alley clean up, graffiti removal/cover up, storm drain marking, and other beautification projects.

City of Richmond

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Assist the Black Male Emergent Readers (BMER) program through planning, meeting attendance, presentations, and activities with children, teens and adults at library and RPS locations.

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Help Soles4Souls by hosting a shoe drive.                                      

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Become a CASA Volunteer (Court Appointed Special Advocates) in the Richmond area.


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The Richmond Public Library Law Librarian is seeking volunteers to help in processing and reshelving law books, finding books in library catalog, and logging patrons on computers.

City of Richmond

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Neighbor-To-Neighbor (N2N) has recently launched its new Leaf Brigade, an initiative that engages volunteers to assist vulnerable residents with bagging leaves. This service will be offered as a pilot program this year to residents who qualify as participants.

If you are a resident inquiring about this service OR would like to volunteer to bag leaves for vulnerable residents, please go to the Leaf Brigade webpage.

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Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is seeking volunteers to assist as Receptionists at several city community facilities: Bellemeade, Hotchkiss Field, Pine Camp, Powhatan, and Randolph.

City of Richmond

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The Northside Food Pantry Partnership is seeking (1) Shopping Assistants to help clients shop for food and help them bag (if needed); (2) Food Unloaders to lift, carry, and stock items into the pantry store room.

Northside Food Pantry

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St. Joseph’s Villa is seeking volunteer mentors for 1 hour per week, between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.

St. Joseph's Villa Mentoring Program

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The Junior Achievement program is seeking volunteers in Richmond Public Schools to instruct lessons focusing on financial literacy, community and entrepreneurship.

Junior Achievement

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The City of Richmond is seeking enthusiastic and customer service oriented volunteers to serve as City Hall Ambassadors. The purpose of this new volunteer effort is to enhance the visitor experience at City Hall.

City Hall Ambassadors

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FeedMore is seeking volunteers to deliver healthy snacks to after school programs starting mid-late September.

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Volunteer 1 - 3 hours, any day of the week, with At Home Care Hospice. Flexible schedules.

Home Care Hospice

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FeedMore is seeking volunteer to deliver meals to homebound seniors. Lunchtime hours, using your personal transportation.

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Will you volunteer to help Junior Achievement reach more students than ever before?

Junior Achievement

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FeedMore is seeking volunteers to serve as Community Kitchen Assistants, preparing meals for Kids' Cafe program.

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