Our Members

GRAVA attracts staff and professionals from a variety of organizations, both large and small, from the Greater Richmond area.

Who we are: GRAVA members hold a wide range of roles and job functions: volunteer directors and coordinators, board members, fund development officers, campus leaders and students, researchers, consultants and trainers, community leaders, and yes – volunteers themselves!

Where we work: GRAVA members represent 50+ Richmond area organizations, both big and small. The organizations represented include FeedMore, HandsOn, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, SPARC, the SPCA, local hospitals, museums, churches, libraries, schools, police stations, and governments.

Why we’re here: GRAVA members span the full range of career stages and experience in the field: from new hires looking to learn the basics of volunteer management to seasoned nonprofit professionals who have held their CVA credential for decades. All are welcome! We firmly believe that everyone has something both to offer and to learn.

Current Organizations Represented by Members (October 2019):

Organization
United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg
Community Foundation
OAR of Richmond
Virginia Senior Medicare Patrol
SOAR365 (formerly Greater Richmond ARC)
Virginia Cooperative Extension Hanover Unit
Health Brigade
CrossOver Healthcare Ministry
AseraCare hospice
Maymont Foundation
Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond
Chesterfield County
YWCA Richmond
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond
GoochlandCares
Safe Harbor
Chesterfield County
United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg
Heartland Hospice
Center for Family Involvement @ VCU
Virginia Office on Volunteerism and Community Service (VDSS)
Virginia Office on Volunteerism and Community Service
Virginia Voice
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity
St. Joseph’s Villa
AARP VIRGINIA
World Pediatric Project
Chesterfield County
Midlothian & Swift Creek Family YMCAs
The Shepherd’s Center of Richmond
UMFS
Skye Consulting
Westminster Canterbury Richmond
St. Joseph’s Villa
Chesterfield County
EnRichmond Foundation
Children’s Museum of Richmond
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA)
University of Richmond
Hanover County Department of Community Resources
Virginia War Memorial
The James House
Hanover Department of Community Resources
UMFS
UMFS
SPARC
Family Lifeline
AARP Virginia
Science Museum of Virginia
FIRST Chesapeake
Children’s Hospital Foundation
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond
Senior Connection
At Home Care Hospice
Noah’s Children
CARITAS
Girls on the Run of Greater Richmond
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity
Volunteer
Community Foundation

Mailing Address:

PO Box 684, Midlothian, VA 23113

Email:

GreaterRichmondAVA@gmail.com

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