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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.

 Emerging Nonprofit Leaders: What’s Next and Where Are They Now?
By The Community Foundation / June 30, 2021
Now entering its 15th year, ENLP gives Richmond-area nonprofit professionals the opportunity to foster a deeper understanding of their leadership capacity while strengthening their network of nonprofit colleagues. We spoke with ENLP graduates about what they have gone on to do within the sector over the past few years.

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.

Meet Eric Clay, Senior Program Officer for Health Initiatives
By The Community Foundation / June 8, 2021
As we begin to chart a path forward after a year of turmoil, we asked Eric to share insights on how he approaches his role, how the past year has changed the work of the nonprofit sector, and where he finds hope.

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.