Church World Service is a faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement, and disaster.
Commonwealth Catholic Charities is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering and restoring hope, dignity, and opportunities to Virginia’s residents since 1923.
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.
Through eight different programs, UR Summer Fellowships offer students the opportunity to pursue the research or internship experience that best complements their academic pursuits — in any field of endeavor and in any part of the world.
VCU Globe: A Global Education Living-Learning Community at Virginia Commonwealth University prepares students to navigate within and between global communities at home and abroad and in professional and personal contexts. Students are exposed to the impact of global migration and become more aware of globalization's role in the lives of people around the world. Students expand their knowledge, identity, and impact as global citizens, and develop their leadership skills in global education and in their academic majors.
health & wellness
APPNA is a non-profit professional association of Pakistani physicians dedicated to participation in medical relief and charitable activities in Pakistan and in North America.
We are called to provide high quality healthcare, promote wellness, and connect community talents and resources with people in need in the name of Jesus Christ.
The YMCA's Tuckahoe location hosts ReEstablish Richmond's annual World Refugee Day Community Resource Fair.
ICVA is a non-profit , tax-exempt (501c) organization located in Richmond, Virginia, serving the needs of the Central Virginia Muslim community.
TBC strives to make a difference in their neighborhood, country, and world through faithful use of time, talents, resources, and location.
Temple Beth-El is a vibrant Synagogue in Richmond's museum district. Its purpose is to lead people into growing relationships with Jewish community, wisdom, and practice that help them thrive intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually and that inspire them to build a more compassionate, just, and peaceful world.
WPC seeks to develop and support local, national, and international mission projects which help us live out our mission to be Reaching Out with Christ to an Ever-Changing World.
AM offers the Metro-Richmond area a driving school that provides a clean, safe learning environment while delivering the best in teaching.
Be Safe Driving School offers driving courses for teens and adults and has been certifying safe drivers since opening in 2008.
The African Community Network of Greater Richmond, Virginia (ACN) is a nonprofit 501c3 organization based in the City of Richmond. We provide resources, support and empowerment to the African community in the Greater Richmond area and abroad in the areas of education, economic development, health, advocacy and social and cultural exchanges.
Alcansa Relief works to provide essential needs to individuals and people groups in distressed areas of the world.
BCGR offers ESL and citizenship classes, tutoring, and career advancement, as well as promoting the Bhutanese community and culture.
The Cool Spring Rec Center is a multi-use fitness and recreation facility operated by Cool Spring Baptist Church. This 40,000 square foot facility is open to the community.
Hardywood Brewery was founded in Richmond, VA, with additional operations in Charlottesville and Goochland.