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IRC in Richmond Hosts Open House, Welcomes Community

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The IRC in Richmond's new office space includes a Child Watch room where volunteers will engage with youth while parents attend English Language Learning classes, Community Orientations, and Job Readiness Training. Photo: IRC

This summer the IRC in Richmond moved into their new office space. Close to downtown and centrally located between the Museum District and Willow Lawn, a major public transit hub, the new location is highly accessible by both car and the GRTC bus and Pulse.

Last week was an Open House celebration to show the RVA community all the benefits of the new office. A Child Watch room will bring students to English as a Second Language (ESL) class and Community Orientations who previously could not attend.

The beautiful new classroom, outfitted with furniture donated by community partner AARP, is an inviting space that IRC can share with fellow organizations.

A welcoming space will host English Language Learning classes, Community Orientations, and Job Readiness Training. Partner organizations can also host gatherings and classes. Photo: IRC

We look forward to continuing to serve refugees resettling in Richmond and growing our programs and staff with the support of the Richmond community.

See all of the photos from the Open House event here and be sure to “like” and follow the IRC in Richmond’s new Facebook page.