The Virginia Attorney General's Office, the faith community and the city of Hampton will host "Community Explosions," a series of neighborhood resource gatherings. The Hampton Police Department and the city's Youth Violence Prevention Office are looking for service organizations and other vendors to take part in these community building events. These gatherings are meant to foster community engagement and build relationships between neighbors. These events are opportunities to raise awareness about resources available to families in the community, recruit committed volunteers, and allow concerned citizens the opportunity to directly connect with organizations that support positive outcomes for youth.
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Vendor spaces are limited to organizations that are looking to recruit volunteers and those who offer engagement opportunities. There is no fee, but spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. All applications must be submitted by Aug. 14, 2017.
- Complete online vendor registration
- If you need assistance completing the form, please call 3-1-1 Citizen Contact Center at 757-727-8311.
Once you have submitted the form, you will be contacted directly for further instruction and details about the event. For additional information about the Community Explosion, please contact Synethia White at 727-2730.
**PLEASE NOTE** All registrations are subject to approval