Alpha Phi Omega Alpha Phi Omega is a National Service Fraternity-college students gathered together in an organization based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of the Boy Scouts of America. Its purpose is to develop leadership, promote friendship, and provide service to humanity. Alpha Phi Omega is open to all students enrolled at R-MC.
Habitat for HumanityHabitat for Humanity is an international Christian based organization that seeks to build low-cost quality housing for needy persons throughout the world. R-MC's chapter works with Hanover and Richmond area Habitat for Humanity, providing volunteers to help in the construction of homes in and around the Ashland area.
Project H.U.G. Project H.U.G. consists of students who have either had a significant loss (parent, friend, sibling, etc.) in their lives, or those who feel they can compassionately relate to others who have had a serious loss in their lives. Project H.U.G. volunteers work with younger students who have recently experienced a significant loss. Volunteers for this program are trained, and act not as counselors, but as listeners and friends. They regularly go into the schools and meet with their youngsters in a one-to-one setting.
Volunteers In ActionVolunteers In Action utilizes students and faculty to benefit Ashland and other surrounding areas through community service. Volunteers In Action workers assist many agencies and citizens in rewarding tasks that may not be possible without V.I.A.'s help. Any student, faculty, or staff can attend the regularly scheduled meetings of Volunteers In Action, and are also encouraged to participate in the activities that V.I.A. coordinates.
- Programs coordinated by Volunteers in Action
Henry Clay Lunch & Learn Program Henry Clay Book Buddies Henry Clay Shoots and Roots Program
Freedom House Soup Kitchen/Meal Program MCV Volunteers
Hanover SPCA Ashland