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Survey Examines Trends and Needs for Richmond’s Volunteer Efforts
By The Community Foundation / November 4, 2021
“We knew that we would see a shift towards virtual volunteering at the start of the pandemic, but what we’ve found is that that virtual opportunities are continuing even when in-person options are available again,” Christina Mastroianni said.

Trends that inform what your clients are thinking even if they aren't saying it
By The Community Foundation / October 25, 2021
Wealthy families are as committed as ever to the nonprofit sector and community causes, with giving growing significantly in the past several years. Motivations and preferences in giving are changing too.

Closing Local Workforce Gaps with New Approaches and Innovative Technology
By The Community Foundation / June 15, 2021
The Greater Richmond Workforce Coalition has been meeting since January 2019 to develop shared goals and regional systemwide coordinated initiatives. The Coalition aims to provide a reliable pipeline of skilled workers for high-growth industries.

Is IRA Charitable Giving Right for You?
By The Community Foundation / May 6, 2021
Amy Singleton shares how charitable giving through an IRA can be a tax savvy way to extend your philanthropy.

In sync on giving: Lawmakers from both parties support expansion of CARES Act deduction
By The Community Foundation / April 2, 2021
Four Republican senators, four Democrat senators, a House Democrat, and a House Republican have introduced legislation to expand the increased charitable deduction cap for non-itemizers to up to one-third of the standard deduction.