Volunteer service to our peers is part of TSCOR’s mission. Get involved with service or lifelong learning programs or behind-the-scene opportunities. Find the place that’s right for you.
TSCOR: Who We Are, What We Do
TSCOR’s lifelong learning programs are currently online via Zoom. Open University is the most popular, but we’ve got a few others, too! Stay connected and engaged – we’d love to see you online until we can safely meet together again in person.
TSCOR volunteer drivers give clients rides to medical appointments and provide no-contact grocery delivery service. Volunteering is easy with online scheduling that puts you in charge. Drivers and grocery shoppers are needed now more than ever. New volunteers are welcomed! Take a virtual drive and see the positive impact you can make in someone else’s life – and yours.
TSCOR: Things to Know
The Shepherd’s Center of Richmond modified its programs, activities and services to follow recommended CDC guidelines. The safety of our community is the first priority in all of our planning. A TSCOR COVID-19 Task Force continues to monitor the status of the pandemic and will communicate additional changes as they arise. Sign up for “News & Updates” at the bottom of this page.
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“I’ve had great experiences driving our clients to their appointments. It’s fun to meet new people and learning about their lives is fascinating and eye opening. Everyone has a story to tell. I’m enjoying volunteering immensely.”
“I can’t thank you enough for all the wonderful drivers you have and for your service. It all means so much to me.”
“Open University is a place where a student can expand their knowledge in a myriad of subjects. No textbooks needed, no homework required. You can take one class for the whole session or choose a different lecture each week. I’m enjoying what I’ve I learned.”