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The Capital Region Collaborative brings together government, business, and community partners to identify priorities to improve the quality of life across the Richmond Region of Virginia. Volunteerism is a key strategy in moving the indicators in those areas forward and YOU can be a part of it.

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Projects That Need Some Love

Richmond's Dog Festival - Brew Crew

For over 25 years, Enrichmond—a non-profit organization—has supported the City of Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities through citizen involvement, education, and fundraising. Richmond’s Dog Festival and all the signature events at the 17th Street Market act as fundraisers for the Enrichmond Foundation and help move our mission forward. We are looking for Richmond’s Dog Festival Brew Crew Volunteers that will help us create a fun, interactive event for of our guests. Brew Crew volunteers will help set up prior to gates opening, check wristbands and tickets for beer and wine customers, help pour beer and wine, and aid with breakdown and litter cleaning after the event ends. A volunteer parking map will be sent to each volunteer. Don’t forget to bring your ID – if you do you will be transitioned to another volunteer opportunity. We will provide water and snacks. Please remember to bring cash if you wish to enjoy the festival’s vendors.

9/29/18 3:00 PM +more

Farm, Nature Center, and Environmental Education

With summer camps and programs around the corner, Maymont's Education and Habitats teams are searching for weekly and bi-weekly volunteers. Environmental Education (15+): Gallery Interpreters, Discovery Room Supervisors, and various Education Program Support volunteers are needed as summer camps and programs kick into full swing. Positions are available in the Nature Center, at the Farm, and across the grounds. Orientation interviews are scheduled individually. Environmental Education positions are for individuals ages 15+, or adult/youth teams. Habitats (18+): Zoology volunteers work with Maymont’s Animal Keepers at the Barn or Aquarists in the Nature Center Aquarium exhibits. These positions are 18+ and require an orientation-- offered the first Sunday of every month. Express Interest with any questions or to get started!

Through 9/29/18