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Volunteer

The investment of your time and resources will make a difference! Our volunteers are instrumental in keeping low-income homeowners safe and healthy in their homes and revitalizing our communities. Whether you volunteer as a skilled professional, a fundraising extraordinaire, or a weekend warrior, we want to provide you with gratifying opportunities to have a long-lasting impact on the lives of low-income homeowners.

Volunteers can participate as either an individual or as part of a team.

See our Volunter Center for upcoming volunteer opportunities!

Individual Opportunities

Looking to get your hands dirty and make a direct impact? As a skilled or unskilled volunteer you have the opportunity to assist on projects during National Rebuilding Day, Fall Fix-Up Day and various community events throughout the year.

If you prefer to volunteer behind the scenes, we are always looking for passionate planners and organizers to join our Fall Fixin’s Annual Benefit Auction Planning Committee and Fundraising Committee.

Team Opportunities

Corporate and community groups looking to maximize the effect of their contribution can “adopt a house/community space” through our National Rebuilding Day, Fall Fix-Up Day or year-round Partner Build programs.

In each program, teams are assigned a house/community space based on the number of team volunteers and skill level. They are responsible for planning the repairs, procuring materials and executing the work at their assigned project site. Please see our Community Revitalization Package or contact us for more information.

House Captains

On National Rebuilding Day (NRD) and Fall Fix-Up Day, the House Captain serves as the leader and site supervisor of the project, directing the enthusiasm and energy of a group of volunteers. Groups typically consist of 20 volunteers, both skilled and unskilled, with a skilled tradesperson available whenever needed.

House Captains may be provided by each community revitalization partner or may volunteer as an individual.

Being a House Captain is an outstanding opportunity for those with leadership experience and skill to maximize their contribution to transforming lives, improving homes and revitalizing communities!

House Captain Book 2017 – Please read through this book for important information and tips on your role as a House Captain.

Volunteer Waiver Form

 

To get involved, please complete our Volunteer Interest Form.

If you would like more information about volunteer opportunities, please call (804) 447-3841 or email info@rebuildingtogetherrichmond.org

our work is made possible by our generous partners, including

Capital One
Lowes
Dominion Foundation
Altria Corporation Employee Community Fund logo
Journey Christian Church
Nationwide Insurance Foundation