Marketing and Communications Openings

Embrace Richmond seeks to strengthen communities by training, coaching, and connecting neighborhood and congregational leaders who desire to be agents of change in neighborhoods across metro Richmond. We believe that the neighborhood residents themselves are the primary building blocks for a healthy neighborhood. We believe faith communities can play an important role in strengthening neighborhoods…

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Peace and Justice Circle

In the spring of 2012, Embrace Richmond began listening to the hopes and dreams of the residents of the historic Brookland Park community. As in all of our community building efforts, we knew that prayer would be the most important thing we could do together. It has been nearly 3 years and we are still…

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Help Young People Become Neighborhood Change Agents!

This past year Embrace Richmond focused on mobilizing neighborhood youth as the leaders in the development effort. Embrace partnered with local resident leaders to successfully pilot two youth leadership projects: the Young Leaders Project and the Roving Listeners Project. These neighborhood youth engaged over 100 residents in community building activities and were instrumental in launching…

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Office Administrator – Open Position

EMBRACE RICHMOND: serves a growing number of communities around the city by training and coaching leaders from within communities, congregations, and faith-based organizations in Asset Based Community Development principles and practices. Communities get stronger when residents begin doing what they can with what they have and doing it together. Churches and faith-based organizations bring essential…

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Embrace The Streets Tour

During this tour, participants will see community development efforts in three distinctly different settings and stages – a mature expression in a public housing community, a one year old expression in a church setting and a our brand new efforts in a commercial corridor of our city. Embrace Richmond is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization…

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Wendy Speaking at the YMCA

Wendy will be speaking to over 400 YMCA supportersat the 5th annual Good Friday Breakfast on March 29 at 7:00. The breakfast will be  at the Holiday Inn Kroger Center located at 1021 Kroger Center Blvd, Richmond, VA 23235. Admission is $15.00. For registration and more information go to their website.  

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Voices of the Belfield Project

Embrace Richmond is supporting the efforts of the IMANI CDC’s training initiative known as Belfield Project.  The purpose of the project is to train youth  in fundamental skills and develop strong work ethics by engaging youth and young adults in the renovation of an abandoned property located at 3004 Hanes Avenue right off Brookland Park Boulevard….

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