Greater Richmond ARC is a non-profit organization that creates life-fulfilling opportunities for people with disabilities. We do this by providing four sets of core services: Employment Services; Day Services (Adult Day Support and After School); Infant and Child Development Services; and Residential Services (Respite and Summer Camps). Our wide range of programs is designed to serve individuals no matter what stage of the life cycle they are in, and to support families who are coping with the daily “real world” challenges of living with a disability. We have a profound impact on the 1,300 individuals and families we serve each year.
For more information, please visit: https://www.richmondarc.org/
In 2018, we served over 200 individuals in After School and Adult Day Support. Combined, these programs operate five days a week from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. The spaces in which the programs operate are heavily used and we rarely have the opportunity to refresh them.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s call to service, we invite volunteers with painting experience to help us clean and repaint 10 utility/storage spaces. A minimum of 2 volunteers is needed for each space. Volunteers with experience painting interior spaces are preferred. Walls will have to be cleaned and taped; some volunteers will be cutting edges with brushes while others will be rolling with cage rollers. Two coats will be required in all spaces.
3409 West Moore Street
Richmond, VA 23230