Waymakers Foundation

Community Projects and Partnerships

City of Richmond COVID Health Literacy Grant

Advancing Health Literacy through Peer Outreach and Navigation Support” program (HPLONS “Program”), which targets the Black/African American and Latino/Latinx populations.

The purpose of the HPLONS Program is to strengthen the capacity of residents of low-income Black and Latinx communities in the City of Richmond to protect and advocate for their own health including adhering to COVID-19 mitigation practices.

Department of Social Services-Chesterfield-Colonial Heights

Offering satellite services in our office to residents who needs help applying for assistance benefits including medical, TANF, SNAP, and childcare. A DSS appointed community resource specialist provides the service every other Monday from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM.

Acknowledge, Highlight Work, and Invite 

Instrumental in the establishment of a culturally sensitive food bank that has allowed mutual education.

We couldn’t achieve what we have achieved here at Waymakers without the help of our Community Partners. Thanks to the community partnerships we are able to implement programs that are mutually beneficial to our communities and partners. Programs like food distribution through our food bank, cultural engagement events like “Pintando con Papa”, health and wellbeing programs like providing covid-19 resources such as masks and cleaning products, and educational programs like STEM.

 

To become a partner, contact Natalie at team@waymakers-foundation.org or text/call at 804-920-0059. 

Community Partners

Community Grantors