Since 1983, the PRC of Metro Richmond has served thousands of women and men in the greater RVA community. It's our goal to provide you with compassionate care, objective information and practical resources on your pregnancy options so that you can make a confident, fully informed decision.
The Youth Life Foundation of Richmond operates Learning Centers to develop leaders by making long-term investments in children from at-risk communities. By supporting students academically, developing their character from a young age, raising expectations, and investing in their lives through committed mentoring relationships, these youth will rise above their circumstances to become tomorrow’s leaders.
Serve RVA brings hope to people by connecting volunteers and financial resources to organizations serving the poor of Richmond.
Our vision for RVA is a city in which the poor and marginalized experience individual, spiritual, cultural and economic well-being.
Pregnancy Resource Center
It's the goal of PRC to provide clients with compassionate care, objective information and practical resources on your pregnancy options so that they can make a confident, fully informed decision. For opportunities to serve with PRC, contact Carey Flick.
This organization distributes food to families in need throughout the Chesterfield area. There are various ways to help with food distribution at locations across Chesterfield. Days and times to serve vary. Sign up to volunteer on the website.
Mercy Mall of VA is a free clothing and housewares boutique. Opportunities to serve with Mercy Mall includes shopping and praying with clients, sorting donations, stocking the boutique, and helping meet timely needs that arise. There are volunteer opportunities throughout the week. Find out more and sign up to volunteer on their website.
Habitat for Humanity works to make affordable and safe housing a reality of low-income families homes for qualifying people. Volunteer to work on the construction of a home or in one of their Re-store outposts. For information on where and when you can serve, visit their website.
EHA is a Christ-centered urban school that cultivates the hearts, minds, and bodies of our city’s children for God’s glory. For ways to serve EHA, contact Tod Schlomann.
Grace Home Ministries
Grace Home Ministries is a non-profit organization based in Central Virginia focused on supporting teen mothers through parenthood. One easy way to serve with them is to provide childcare for their workshops on Monday evenings from 6 to 7:30pm. To volunteer with Grace Home, email Angela Molina.
Young Life Capernaum Ministries is a program of Young Life especially for kids and young adults with disabilities. Capernaum gives kids and young adults with disabilities the chance to have fun, make friends, develop self-esteem and begin a relationship with Jesus Christ. To learn more about ways you can serve with them, contact Liz Puryear.
REGENESIS exists to restore faith, family, and future by ending addiction, building character, leading change, and modeling Christ. You can volunteer at an outreach event or at their thrift store, Regenesis Thrift in Chester. To find out more or sign up to volunteer, visit the website.
Feed More exists to distribute nutritious meals and wholesome food directly to our neighbors who need it most. From sorting perishable and nonperishable donations to preparing and packaging food in our Bayard Community Kitchen to delivering our Meals on Wheels, there is something for just about everyone at Feed More. Find out more and sign up to serve on their website.
Volunteers are an essential part of our community—their help, cheerfulness, and talent go along way towards enriching the lives of our residents as well as our staff. To learn more about ways to volunteer visit the website and fill out an application.