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JA of Central Virginia

Grace Hessberg, a junior at Glen Allen High School, is one of three recipients of the JA Future Laureate scholarship, awarded last year through JA of Central Virginia. Grace’s experience in the JA Finance Park program – sessions in savings,…

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James House

Marie whispers her story with tears in her eyes. “I was walking on eggshells all the time. I never knew what mood he would be in when he walked through the door. I was afraid of what he would do…

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Diversity Richmond

Side by Side in Richmond  hosts youth group meetings most days of the week. Here, young people ages eleven to twenty gather and discuss things like healthy relationships, role models, and body image. Some of the meetings – built around…

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ReEstablish Richmond

“When we come here, we start from zero.” For people coming from different experiences and refugee communities, zero can mean different things.  For a young refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo or Bhutan who has spent his lifetime in…

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Stay Strong Virginia

When Stephanie Kirksey first heard her daughter’s eating disorder diagnosis, she remembers feeling discouraged, angry, scared, and unsure where to turn. Her primary care physician suggested she contact Beth Ayn Stansfield, founder of Stay Strong Virginia. “After that first phone…

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The American Cancer Society

  Sign up to participate in Making Strides of Richmond, Sunday, October 18, to help save lives lost to breast cancer. Go here. Road To Recovery supports local cancer patients who need a ride to their appointments. For more information on…

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Virginia Mentoring Partnership

It's incredible to see a child's self-esteem grow, just because a trusting adult told them, ‘I believe in you.’” That's the ultimate power of mentoring, according to Laura Leporati, a mentoring program coordinator for AMP! Metro Richmond. “It is important…

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Blue Sky Fund

Imagine living just a mile from the James River, but never visiting any of the access points that line its banks – or even knowing that the river exists. Many of the children from Richmond’s East End neighborhoods – an…

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