Get your hands dirty and make a difference in your community this Earth Day! Join the Enrichmond Foundation for an Earth Day of Service on Saturday, April 27th. For our 26th year, we’re calling for neighbors all over Richmond to volunteer in their communities in our biggest Day of Service yet!
Join friends and neighbors to help clear invasive plants, plant native trees, beautify public spaces, and so much more!
Volunteers will work from 9am - 12pm and should come prepared to work outside. Be sure to wear clothes that can get dirty, closed-toe shoes, sunscreen, and a hat. Please bring gloves, water, and a snack to fuel your hard work. All work sites will involve physical activities, including lifting. If you are unable to stand for long period of time, please let us know in advance so we can arrange for extra seating.
Earth Day of Service locations - please register to volunteer below in only one location:
Westwood Playground, 5409 Marian St: Site beautification
Urban Farmhouse, 3015 Norfolk St.: Tree plantings
Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center, 4901 Old Brook Rd.: Garden and tree plantings, trail work
Shockoe Hill Cemetery, 4th & Hospital St: Site beautification
Chimborazo Park, 3215 E Broad St: Invasive species removal and garden planting
South of the River
Larus Park, 8732 Hayden Hill Ln.: Invasive species removal, trail work
G. H. Reid Elementary School, 1301 Whitehead Rd.: Site beautification