It’s National Volunteer Week, and GRIP is ready to help you be part of this massive movement by joining us Saturday, April 23rdh, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at GRIP, the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program, at 165 22nd Street in Richmond, to beautify and clean our campus, in partnership with Richmond Love Your Block.
Bring your co-workers, friends, kids, parents, faith community, Scout troop, and neighbors.
Have questions? We have answers. Call us at (510) 233-2141 or just show up Saturday. You may want to park on the streets nearby if the parking lot is full.
As President Joe Biden said in the official decree, “Serving together in common purpose has the power to unite us across the lines that sometimes divide.”
Volunteering at GRIP this Saturday may help you professionally too, as the president said, “People who volunteer develop new skills, build their personal and professional networks, forge a deeper connection with their communities and service organizations, and experience the joy of serving a larger cause”
WHAT:  Volunteer at GRIP
WHEN: Saturday, April 23rd 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
WHERE: 165 22nd Street in Richmond. Use this link for directions on your smart phone.
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