As the holidays near, here’s a fun craft from CMoR to get the kids in on making giftwrap, cards, tags, and more.
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Closet Factory Richmond has donated hundreds of bags to help kids in transitional housing situations. Now Caring Closet (through UMFS) needs help filling them.
When folks growing facial hair for kids’ causes send out fundraising letters, sometimes you have to share! Thanks M4K Richmond … let’s grow this thing!
Chris Beach launched the Father Christmas program to help area dads make the holidays an extra special time of year for their families. Nominate a special dad!
Sarah Bloom wants you to know how you can support families with kids who have serious health challenges by eating cookies. Learn about Baking Memories 4 Kids!
Working with mustaches for kids this November, Henrico Fire Fighters and CASA will raise funds, grow facial hair as Henrico Heroes team.
Volunteer at VisArts’ Craft+Design Show, meet artists, engage with art lovers of all ages, and get discounts off future VisArts’ classes.
Virginia Voice, which connects individuals with blindness and other disabilities to news and events, will bring the Dominion Energy Christmas parade to life.
Find out how to get a free tree from JRA, Truist, and the Arbor Day Foundation if you live in Richmond City and how you can plant trees with community members.
Good things can happen when the community commits to lifting up kids! Learn about EveryDay Strong from United Way.
Operation Silent Night at RAL runs December 1 through December 20. If you’re not ready to adopt a pet, you can support this effort in other ways!
Shop Studio Two Three’s Winter Market (109 W 15th Street in Richmond) for handmade art and gifts from scores of local artists – through Sunday, December 24!