Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy-

Richmond’s Shelters Need Masks!

#MaskUp Richmond’s most vulnerable!

Mask Initiative Guidelines:

Drop-Off Guidelines (please review each location’s specific needs):

Richmond Area Shelter Needs

HomeAgain (Veterans, Mens and Family Shelter)

HomeAgain has been serving men, women and families since 1980. They have three locations, and almost 100 residents in need of masks.

11 West Grace Street

Richmond, VA, 23220

Housing Families First (Family Shelter)

Housing Families First has a mission to assist families experiencing homelessness achieve housing stability. They have many families in need of masks.

Terry Iguina

3900 Nine Mile Road

Richmond, VA, 23223

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army of Central Virginia continues their ‘Open doors, open hearts’ work during this crisis. They have two locations in need of 160 masks total.

Grace Street (front entrance)-

2 West Grace Street

Richmond, VA, 23220

R Street (front entrance)-

3701 R Street

Richmond, VA, 23223