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Explore Our Community Relationships

Use our app to explore civic engagement partners throughout the Richmond region. You can find organizations based on their associated CCE program — Build It, PACE, RFI, and Bonner Scholars — and issue areas, or select a specific organization to read more. You can also explore community engagement through the lens of our students represented at the bottom of the map.

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  • Bonner Scholars
  • Build It
  • Pathways to a College Experience
  • Richmond Families Initiative
  • Arts and culture
  • College access and readiness
  • Community development
  • Criminal justice
  • Diversity and multiculturalism
  • Economic/Workforce development and financial literacy
  • Education: Afterschool
  • Education: Community
  • Education: K-12
  • Education: Preschool
  • Elder/senior care
  • Government and law
  • Healthcare, public health, and science
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Immigration and Resettlement
  • Mentoring
  • Public policy, research, and advocacy
  • Sustainability, food access, environmental conservation
  • Working with Adults
  • Working with Individuals with disabilities (physical and intellectual)
  • Working with Senior citizens
  • Working with Young adults
  • Working with Youth: early childhood
  • Working with Youth: elementary-school age
  • Working with Youth: high-school age
  • Working with Youth: middle-school age
  • Working with Youth: middle-school age4
  • Working with adults
  • Working with individuals with special needs (physical, emotional, intellectual)
  • Working with youth: 0-5
  • Working with youth: 11-14
  • Working with youth: 14-18
  • Working with youth: 5-11
  • Working with youth: Young adults
  • Working with youth: all ages
  • Working with: young adults
  • 1708 Gallery
  • American Red Cross
  • Art 180
  • Boaz & Ruth
  • Bon Secours Richmond
  • Bonner Center for Civic Engagement
  • Capital Region Collaborative
  • Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT)
  • City of Richmond, Center for Workforce Innovation (CWI)
  • City of Richmond, Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA)
  • City of Richmond, Sustainability Office
  • Commonwealth Catholic Charities
  • Cross Over Clinic - Downtown
  • Cross Over Clinic - West End
  • Daily Planet
  • Financial Literacy Corps
  • Goodwill Northside Community Employment Center
  • Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now)
  • Henderson Middle School
  • Higher Achievement-Boushall Achievement Center
  • Higher Achievement-Henderson Achievement Center
  • Highland Park Senior Apartments
  • HomeAgain
  • Homeward
  • Huguenot High School
  • International Rescue Committee
  • James River Parks System
  • John Marshall High School
  • Library of Virginia
  • Linking Through Language and Technology
  • Northside Family YMCA
  • Overby-Sheppard Elementary School
  • PACE Campus Tours
  • Peter Paul Development Center
  • Richmond City Health District
  • Richmond Symphony
  • Sacred Heart Center
  • Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club
  • Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • Shalom Farms
  • Sierra Club
  • St. Andrew's School
  • St. Joseph's Villa
  • State Council of Higher Education in Virginia
  • The Doorways
  • The Virginia Home
  • Tricycle Gardens
  • University of Richmond Downtown
  • VCU Health System
  • VCU Health Systems Childcare at Northside
  • Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities
  • Virginia Energy Efficiency Council
  • Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy
  • Virginia Mentoring Partnership
  • Voices for Virginia's Children
  • World Pediatric Project
  • YWCA of Richmond
  • Youth Health Equity Leadership Institute
  • Youth Life Delmont Learning Center
  • Youth Life Highland Park Northminster Learning Center
  • metroCASH Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program

Aidan sees every experience — from mentoring to research to program development — as a chance to deepen his learning. Each step in his path raises questions and offers ways to use his skills for social change.

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Sharon was already invested in community engagement when she came to Richmond as a Bonner Scholar. As a result of her work, she’s now exploring solutions to inequality in education.

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Shaquille didn’t learn about Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT) until he moved out of the Church Hill neighborhood. Now he’s a CHAT intern and mentor and learns just as much from his mentees as they learn from him.

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Sarah and Danielle, both lifelong dancers, came together when forming a dance group on campus. They brought that same passion to middle school students in an after-school program.

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Paige’s job at UR Downtown offered more than a chance to experience working in an art gallery — she also learned the power of art and community coming together.

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