youth programs

The Virginia Home for Boys and Girls heals and houses the state’s abused and neglected youth Read more

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The City Builders program engages youth in crafting public policy. Read more


The creator of Metro RVA Teens organizes a Richmond Children's Business Fair to encourage young entrepreneurs. Read more


As the city’s food world struggles to find staffers to cook, serve, bake and brew, targeted programs look to provide relief. Read more

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Richmond Police Department programs invest in the future of local youth. Read more

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From mentoring to cause marketing, Johnathan Mayo makes giving back a priority. Read more

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The Richmond Peace Education Center gives youth leaders a platform to share their voices in a creative way at the 12th annual Generation Dream performance series. Read more


With the help of military school, boxing and a circle of community support, a young man transitions from juvenile offender to boxing champ and youth counselor. Read more

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The Richmond Boys Choir will observe its 20th year with a three-day celebration on Father’s Day weekend, culminating with a Sunday evening performance that’s open to the public. Read more


One night out and then it’s back to the day in and day out of turning neighborhoods into communities Read more

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A small group of Richmond teens builds its own monument to Maggie L. Walker Read more

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities

Through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Richmond and Tri-Cities, adult mentors serve as positive role models who help students improve grades. But a shortfall of volunteers, especially men, limits the number of children the organization can help. Read more


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