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3 weeks ago

ConnectVA

Community Foundation for a greater Richmond
Happy Black History Month! The Giving Black: Greater Richmond Study is underway, and we couldn’t be more excited. Black philanthropy is a powerful force for good in our region and across the nation, and this study will give us the first set of baseline data about this giving in Greater Richmond. In this video from our 2019 Black Philanthropy Month celebration with SisterFund and Ujima Legacy Fund, local African American philanthropists discuss why giving is important to them.

If you’d like more information about the Giving Black study or you’re interested in participating, please contact Stephanie Glenn at sglenn[at]cfrichmond.org.

[Video by B. So Creative Services: www.bsocreative.photography/]
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4 weeks ago

ConnectVA

The 2020 Richmond History Makers Honorees have been announced! We are so excited to be partnering with The Valentine for the 15th Annual Richmond History Makers and Community Update this March.
Congratulations, all!

For Creating Quality Educational Opportunities:
ASK Childhood Cancer Foundation

For Championing Social Justice:
Tanya Gonzalez
Sacred Heart Center

For Promoting Community Health:
Jeannette Cordor
The Faces of H.O.P.E

For Improving Regional Transportation:
Charles Rasnick

For Demonstrating Innovative Economic Solutions:
Visit BLK RVA Action Team

For Advancing our Quality of Life:
Black History Museum & Cultural Center

To learn more about the event, visit thevalentine.org/richmond-history-makers-2/
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4 weeks ago

ConnectVA

Richmond Public Schools needs your help tonight and tomorrow to assemble food for students for the unexpected long weekend - head over to the Arthur Ashe Center if you can!On Monday, January 27th, all Richmond Public Schools will be closed and we want to ensure that our students have plenty to eat over the long weekend. RPS is packing 10,000 lunches to send home with students who are dependent on school meals, and they are looking for volunteers to come to the Arthur Ashe Center TODAY from now until 9 p.m. and/or 8-10 a.m. tomorrow to help assemble these lunches. If you can lend a hand, come on out! ... See MoreSee Less

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