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Read the latest news from the Community Foundation, as well as other news about the good work of local nonprofits or emerging trends in philanthropy.

11/19/2020

Black-Led Social and Racial Justice Fund Launched with $1M Investment

Local Leaders Create Long-Term Resources for Equity in Richmond

11/11/2020

Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund Announces $382K in Support to Childcare & Early Education

Childcare and early education centers are under more pressure than ever. To support this vitally important sector, the Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund announces investments of over $382,000 into Greater Richmond’s nonprofit early education and childcare providers.

10/22/2020

Announcing the 2nd Round of Community Impact Grants

This round of grants awards $1.4M to 64 local organizations that are advancing work in our region.

7/29/2020

Community Impact Grants 2020

The Community Foundation for a greater Richmond awards annual Community Impact grants to support local nonprofits whose strategies and outcomes align with the Foundation’s four focus areas.

6/4/2020

Standing Together

A statement from CEO Sherrie Armstrong and Board Chair Dr. Pamela Royal on our collective responsibility to stand up and speak out for racial equity and justice.

5/20/2020

Humana Foundation and Facebook contribute combined $600,000 to Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund

Grants awarded exceed $2.5 million; Focus expands to include longer term recovery

4/29/2020

New gifts to Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund showcase power of collective generosity

Grants to local organizations now total $2 million.

4/15/2020

Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund awards $1.1 million in emergency grants to frontline organizations

The fund announces its first round of grants totaling $1.1 million to 25 organizations providing immediate support to those most impacted by the pandemic.

4/7/2020

Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund raises $4.1M to date

With the impact from the COVID-19 crisis likely to stretch out for weeks and months, philanthropic organizations are coming together to raise money for nonprofits and public agencies.