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Red hot real estate: Structure smart gifts to charity without getting burned
By The Community Foundation / April 2, 2021
The housing market is showing no signs of slowing down in 2021. For certain clients, this presents a strong opportunity for charitable gifts of real estate, whether a primary residence, second home, rental property, or even niche commercial property that’s benefited from a multi-faceted pandemic marketplace.

Meet Natisha Knight, Director of Community Partnerships
By The Community Foundation / March 16, 2021
Joining the Community Foundation in late 2020, Natisha is the newest member of our Community Engagement team. We recently talked with her about her new role and why she believes advocacy can be a powerful (and not so scary) tool for nonprofits in advancing their missions.

Boldly Reimagining Virginia’s Early Childhood Education System
By The Community Foundation / March 9, 2021
Stakeholders from all sectors across Virginia have been reimagining an industry known to be inaccessible, cost prohibitive and underfunded – even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Greater Richmond’s Efforts for Equitable Vaccine Access
By The Community Foundation / March 9, 2021
As the Richmond region continues its COVID-19 vaccination efforts, nonprofit health clinics are playing a critical role in ensuring that our most vulnerable residents can access the vaccine.

John and Christine Thomasson share passion for learning with Louisa community
By The Community Foundation / February 18, 2021
John was a strong believer in the importance of education, a good work ethic, and financial literacy, and he lived those values everywhere he went — from serving on the Board of Supervisors as the first African American elected to public office in Louisa County, to providing odd jobs and mentorship to local teens.