Even with the “pause,” there is much to celebrate and options to enjoy with the opening of Chesterfield’s Perkinson Art Center. Congrats to all those who brought this community asset to life! Learn more with the following Chesterfield Observer article.
A major Richmond-area foundation is leading an effort to help nonprofits stay afloat in the face of the economic downturn.
The Community Foundation for Greater Richmond and two partners have launched a $3 million relief fund to support local nonprofits as they work to provide services amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Many nonprofit organizations are struggling with the question about fundraising in this COVID 19 environment.
How long can your organization hold its breath? Donor support is the air that all nonprofits need to survive. Some organizations have deeper lungs. They can be sustainable for a temporary time. Others need that steady flow. The reality is fundraising is vital to keeping your organization alive. It cannot be ignored during this difficult time, but it does need to be adjusted.
It’s time to F-A-C-E it!
Yes, this is a tough time for all. My heart goes out to the many organizations and businesses that are in full crisis mode. But I speak to those nonprofit leaders who are experiencing a slower pace due to this pause in normal activity.
I encourage you to take a deep dive!
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Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia partners with the Central Virginia USO for council-wide Sharing Program – affectionately known as Cookie Share.
Our goal each year is to donate 20,000 boxes of cookies from the Girl Scout Cookie Program.
The century-old Belmont Golf Course soon will be transformed as part of an ambitious $4 million plan led by a local nonprofit.
The First Tee of Greater Richmond on Tuesday was awarded the contract to take over management of the Henrico County-owned course, after pitching a plan to modernize Belmont by converting its current 18 holes into a six-hole short course and a 12-hole course that would rely on many of the bones of its original design from 1916, as well as adding a driving range and practice areas.
Enjoy this great milestone for Cardinal Newman Academy as it starts its 3rd year!
The Chesterfield arts center, decades in the making, is finally set to break ground this spring.
Over half of nonprofits (54 percent) raised more money in 2018 compared to 2017, according to AFP’s 2018 Year-End Fundraising Survey, while 28 percent raised about the same and 18 percent reported raising less money.
The timing of this article is perfect as Cardinal Newman Academy is celebrating breaking past its $30,000 on-line Christmas Challenge. It’s exciting to see the community support!
Cardinal Newman Academy founder’s seek to fill a niche in private education.