2018 Grants

COMMUNITY FOCUS – EDUCATION CONTINUUM FUNDING

CHILDRENS MUSEUM OF RICHMOND  $40,000 for expansion of Early Learning Programs

COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL ANALYSIS – $40,000 for Advancing Education Opportunities in Greater Richmond

COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF RICHMOND INC  $125,000 for K-12 Integrated Student Support in RPS

CROSS-OVER MINISTRY INC – $40,000 for Trauma Informed Care for Pediatric Patients

FAMILY LIFELINE – $50,000 for Early Childhood Intensive Home Visiting

FEED MORE INC – $25,000 for Bridging the Weekend Meal Gap: FeedMore’s BackPack Program

FRIENDS ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN – $35,000 for Teachers are Keys to Unlocking a Child’s Potential

GIRLS FOR A CHANGE – $30,000 for GFAC-Girl Action Teams

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF CENTRAL VA INC – $30,000 for Education to Occupation (E2O)

GREATER RICHMOND CHAMBER FOUNDATION  $75,000 for Smart Beginnings Regional Plan for School Readiness Implementation

GREATER RICHMOND FIT4KIDS INC – $120,000 for Healthy Kids RVA

GREATER RICHMOND SCAN –  $45,000 for Circle PreSchool Program

HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM INC – $50,000 for Higher Achievement: Setting a Path from Middle School to College

IN MEDIAS RES – $50,000 for RVA Thrives 2019

J SARGEANT REYNOLDS COMMUNITY – $20,000 for Community Catalyst for Change

JAMES RIVER ASSOCIATION – $25,000 for Transforming Environmental Education for Richmond Public Schools

LEGAL AID JUSTICE CENTER – $45,000 for Campaign to Increasing School Counselors in RPS

LITERACY LAB – $50,000 for the Richmond and Henrico Program

MATHSCIENCE INNOVATION CENTER FOUNDATION – $35,000 for Educator in Residence-Enhancing Teacher Quality

MEDICAL HOME PLUS INC – $40,000 for Training Parents of Children with Disabilities How to Effectively Engage in the IEP Process

MEGA MENTORS – $25,000 for MEGA Mentors Leadership for the Future

PARTNERSHIP FOR FAMILIES NORTHSIDE – $360,000 for Families Learning Together

PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE – $50,000 for Connecting Students from Challenging Circumstances to Experiences that Lead to Their Success in College and Beyond

PODIUM FOUNDATION – $20,000 for Writing Foundational Education Expansion in City of Richmond and Henrico County

SACRED HEART CENTER – $100,000 for Sustaining the Impact of the Sacred Heart Center

ST. JAMES’S CHILDREN’S CENTER – $30,000 for It All Starts Here

STOREFRONT FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN – $40,000 for 6PIC Culturally Responsive Case Management

THE BLACK HISTORY MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTER –  $30,000 for Hands on History

TRICYCLE – $25,000 for Equitable Solutions in Urban Agriculture Education, Workforce Development, and Policy Change

UNITED WAY OF GREATER RICHMOND – $50,000 for Richmond Youth Program Quality Intervention

VALENTINE MUSEUM – $15,000 for Controversy History – Engaging the Community Through History to Inform the Future

VIRGINIA CENTER FOR INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES – $50,000 for Building Inclusive Schools in Chesterfield County

VIRGINIA EARLY CHILDHOOD FOUNDATION – $100,000 for 2020 Vision for East End Families

VIRGINIA LITERACY FOUNDATION – $40,000 for Schools and Families for Early Literacy Success

VIRGINIA MENTORING PARTNERSHIP – $50,000 for Closing the Mentoring Gap in the Richmond Region

VOICES FOR VIRGINIAS CHILDREN – $40,000 for Nimmo

YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF GREATER RICHMOND – $125,000 for Youth Development in Greater Richmond

YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND – $100,000 for Sprout School

50CAN – $50,000 for Virginia Excels

 

DIRECTOR INITIATED GRANTS (DIGs)

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MUSEUM – $50,000 for Annual Fund

ASPEN COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL INC – $20,000 for Unrestricted

ASPEN HOPE CENTER – $5,000 for Operating Expenses

ASPENFILM – $5,000 for filmmaker travel, awards, and student assistance

BLUE SKY FUND – $15,000 for Capacity Building

CAPITAL TREES – $25,000 for Capacity Building

FORE CHILDREN, INC – $100,000 for Robins Jr. Golf Program

FULL CIRCLE GRIEF CENTER – $20,000 for Bereavement Education & Therapy

NEW ENGLAND WILD FLOWER SOCIETY – $5,000 for Annual Fund

PARTNERSHIP FOR FAMILIES NORTHSIDE – $50,000 for Unrestricted Operating Funds

SCHOOL OF THE PERFORMING ARTS RICHMOND – $5,000 for Education for Youth

SUMMIT 54 – $5,000 for Summer Programs

THEATRE ASPEN – $30,000 for Education of New Generation Theater Artists

TRICYCLE – $25,000 for Capacity Building

UNITED WAY OF GREATER RICHMOND – $20,000 for Early Childhood

VERMONT CENTER FOR ECOSTUDIES INC – $5,000 for Annual Fund

VERMONT INSTITUTE OF NATURAL SCIENCE INC – $25,000 for Annual Fund

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION – $50,000 for VCU School of Education