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Joe Kunkel donates his expertise to local nonprofits
By The Community Foundation / April 8, 2021
After Joe Kunkel retired from his career with CarMax in 2014, he realized that he needed a way to stay mentally and socially active – and he was especially interested in finding ways to support his community.

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.

By The Community Foundation / February 15, 2021
Four answers to the question: “What were your earliest experiences in giving back to the community (or, what inspired you to get involved in your community)? How do your values and traditions in philanthropy and service play out in your life today?”

The Critical State of Childcare during COVID-19
By The Community Foundation / October 22, 2020
Many of our region's childcare providers, like FRIENDS Association for Children, have endured months of operating at 50% capacity due to social distancing guidelines, all while reckoning with increased cleaning and PPE costs and without the help of their usual volunteers. In this blog, you'll hear how FRIENDS continues to innovate to keep their children healthy, safe and cared for, and how the sector is planning new strategies to bring stability to our vitally important childcare industry.

Daily Planet builds strategies for homeless healthcare delivery during COVID-19
By The Community Foundation / September 3, 2020
Many of the clients at Daily Planet Health Services are experiencing homelessness, which presents unique challenges to administering care during this health crisis. Preventing outbreaks at homeless shelters continues to be a top priority.