Gain insights and advice from local professionals volunteering with their area of expertise. This program is offered as a free service to nonprofit organizations throughout Hampton Roads. Each nonprofit must be a registered 501 (c)(3) and may sign-up for two, 45-minute sessions.
As a nonprofit member of VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads, your organization will have access to numerous nonprofit resources, including volunteer recruitment, free reduced price training opportunities, access to the Nonprofit Resource Library, and a listing in the Hampton Roads Nonprofit Resource Directory. For more information on membership and benefits, contactSusan Pleasants.
The Hampton Roads Corporate VOLUNTEER Council is a group of local businesses committed to bettering the Hampton Roads community through Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Volunteer Programs. The group meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month on the Peninsula and the 3rd Wednesday of the month on the Southside at 8:30 a.m. For more information on membership and benefits, contact Crystal Waitekus.
Every week, we will be recognizing the amazing stories of our recent HRVAA Honorees. These people have dedicated their lives to volunteering and bettering the Hampton Roads community.
Angela Reddix is the founder of ARDX, a national consulting and solutions firm with an initial emphasis on health and human services, in 2006. Over the course of 2015 Angela spent 425 hours giving back to the community through programs designed to assist the youth and elderly. RISE, which stands for Responsible Individuals Seeking Excellence provides graduate students with an internship focusing on one of ARDX’s community initiatives. Smart Teens Accepting Responsibility Today or START engages high school rising seniors to spend the summer at the firm to learn about business processes. Angela additionally initiated and successfully runs Health Care Academy HCA providing interactive education about nutrition, fitness, bullying, self-esteem and violence prevention. Angela additionally created a program called LEC, Life Enrichment Center working with Norfolk Public Schools to mentor students and sponsored computer labs. Not content to sit back, Angela went on to establish the Women’s Wellness Celebration offering leadership training helping women to lead more healthy and productive lives. Angela, thank you for your work to make the community better.