First school supplies drive of the year – lots of locations participating throughout Chesterfield County!
Browsing: Nonprofit Spotlight
One of Richmond’s most popular fundraising events lets families host lemonade stands to raise money for kids at CHoR at VCU. Sign up for Anthem LemonAid today!
Ronald McDonald House Charities, which got its start in Richmond in the 70s, is adding a second location at CHoR at VCU’s Children’s Tower to serve families.
GRASP awards more than $200,000 in scholarship to 212 Virginia students. The nonprofit helps connect students with funding for higher education.
CrossOver provides physicals, sick visits, dental and eye care, counseling, vaccinations, school-readiness services, and more for under-served communities.
Literacy-boosting agency Read to Them is taking the lead on spreading books and reading joy and energy of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Richmond.
Richmond has not hosted an adult triathlon since 2019 due to COVID. Live Red Foundation, a non-profit focused on empowering all children through youth fitness, is splashing into adult triathlon…
Policy Pathways’ two-week Summer Academy for Policy Leadership and Public Service Online (SAO) prepares participants to stand out in college and career pipelines in public policy and administration.
Women in construction have been out here building success stories for decades! Now, NAWIC is hosting a summer camp to inspire the next generation of builders.
A foster care success story – this Richmond family is thriving thanks to the support of UMFS – fostering teens to adopt, and fostering to help kids succeed.
Julie has volunteered with Shalom Farms for two years. As a lead volunteer, she has committed to volunteering for at least one shift per week across the entire growing season. “I…
Many RVA families struggle to feed their kids and themselves. Here’s a look at who, why, and the nonprofits that are working to help overcome food insecurity.