Massey Cancer Center has received an elite designation and will celebrate with the community at VCU’s Stuart C. Siegel Center with a free family carnival.
Imagination Library RVA – working with Dolly Parton’s literacy program – has enrolled more than 1,600 young kids to receive free books. And they’re still going!
First Tee – Greater Richmond adds two associates to full-time staff to further its effort to impact the lives of young people through the game of golf.
Annual James River regional cleanup campaign rids river of 160 bags of trash, seventeen tires … and you won’t believe what else!
Sports Backers’ rebrands Kids Run RVA to Kids on the Move with a goal to get more kids moving in different ways and remove the pay-to-play barrier for families!
When Julie Garner’s son died in a car crash in 2007, she sought to make change and help spare other families from her tragedy. What is Project Yellow Light?
Ashland’s public art collection is growing thanks to the talent and generosity of artist Charles Sthreshely. Get the details and preview Sthreshel’s work here.
Everything you need to know about elections and voting in Virginia can be found at the Department of Elections.
Do you have questions about financial aid for higher education? What about the FAFSA? Highly trained GRASP experts to the rescue at these free sessions!
A guide to family-friendly activities and events around RVA this fall.
Learn about Initiatives of Change USA – the organization of change agents working to heal society’s divides.
At the Junior Center, young members enjoyed free classes, exhibits, lectures, tours, and fields trips – all of which were designed to supplement school curriculum.