The Virginia Service Foundation supports several initiatives each year which all support the goals of the Governor’s Advisory Board on Service and Volunteerism.
The Virginia Service Foundation offers mini-grants throughout the year to any public or private nonprofit organization, serving the Commonwealth of Virginia, including faith-based and other community organizations, public or private schools, institutions of higher education and government entities. Qualifying organizations may be eligible for an award of up to $250 to use towards hosting a … Continue reading Mini Grant Opportunities
The annual Virginia Volunteerism and Service Conference is the Commonwealth’s leading conference for organizations and individuals making a difference in their communities. The Virginia Office on Volunteerism and Community Service and the Virginia Service Foundation hosts the annual conference which features a diverse array of workshops, networking events and opportunities of service. Save the … Continue reading Virginia Volunteerism and Service Conference
The Governor’s Volunteerism Awards recognize the significant contributions of Virginia citizens to the life and welfare of the Commonwealth and its people. These awards are presented by the Governor’s Advisory Board on Service and Volunteerism, The Virginia Service Foundation and the Office on Volunteerism and Community Services, on behalf of the Office of the … Continue reading Governor’s Volunteerism and Service Awards
The Robert E. Wone Award for Exemplary Service was established in memory of Robert E. Wone, who served on the Governor’s Commission on Community and National Service from 2002-2006 and dedicated his life volunteering for charitable organizations and offering pro bono legal service. The award recognizes an exemplary AmeriCorps member who has exhibited the same … Continue reading Robert E. Wone Award for Exemplary Service