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Facilitating change in workforce development
By KateGibson / July 9, 2019
By working together, organizations can amplify their impact — but coalition work can be complex. Richmond's emerging workforce development coalition shares how an independent facilitator has helped transform their collaboration.

Changing the practice of philanthropy with Giving Black
By KateGibson / June 26, 2019
A study model engineered by New England Blacks in Philanthropy, Giving Black: Greater Richmond will capture the first set of baseline data about the history and existing landscape of Black philanthropy in our region.

Innovative Approaches to Affordable Housing
By The Community Foundation / September 20, 2018
Two of the Foundation’s partners – Richmond Opportunities, Inc. and Maggie Walker Community Land Trust – presented their unique approaches to housing stability and affordability during our Giving Insights event this September.

Tax Changes and Charitable Giving
By The Community Foundation / April 20, 2018
What does the 2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act mean for philanthropists? Passed in the last weeks of 2017, the new law has wide implications, particularly as it pertains to charitable giving going forward. As you plan for 2018 and beyond, we've provided some options to consider.

The Future of Out-of-School Time
By The Community Foundation / March 14, 2018
Research shows that students who regularly attend high-quality programs over longer periods of time demonstrate improved attendance, academic performance and decision-making skills.