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RVA Rapid Transit

We work with ecumenical partners and others to bring effective rapid public transportation to metropolitan Richmond. The rapid transit system for greater Richmond connects job-seekers with employers and county residents with downtown attractions, with a positive impact on our region’s economy. In this area, we are also working on race relations through a partnership with […]

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Working through project:HOMES, a community agency that provides services to elderly citizens, our volunteers work together several times a year to renovate or repair the homes of low-income elderly city residents. Kyle Martin is our professional building contractor who supervises and welcomes even those with no building experience! Contact: Andy Smith, 310-1026

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Professionals In Action

A team of volunteers with professional expertise, such as accountants, lawyers, financial planners, eldercare/nursing home specialists, and building contractors who provide consultation to the Director of Servant Ministry/Pastoral Social Worker or clergy in addressing issues and questions that relate to the needs of a church member. Volunteers work on a periodic “as needed” basis. When [...]
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REAL Advocacy Team

Recovering from Everyday Addictive Lifestyles Program is the Richmond City Justice Center’s (RCJC) premiere program. REAL’s purpose is reducing recidivism through ensuring residents (inmates) are prepared for re-entry into society. The REAL team assists individuals impacted by incarceration, or homelessness, or who are battling addiction and challenged by barriers and obstacles within the community keeping […]

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