2013 Grants

Aspen Community Foundation – $6,000 for their “Early Childhood Fund.”

Aspen Country Day School – $50,000 for financial aid and faculty enrichment.

Aspen Education Foundation – $5,000 for high school-Continuing Education for Faculty.

Aspen Film – $4,200 for “Educational Programs.”

Aspen Youth Center – $4,800 unrestricted.

Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond – $5,000 to move the Seminary to a new location.

Bluefield College – $5,000 for their New Wellness Center

Boys and Girls Clubs Martin Luther King – $50,000 for the Martin Luther King After School Program and Capacity Building.

Bucknell University – $8,000 for financial aid.

Campbell University – $5,000 for Business School Leadership Speakers Endowment.

Campbellsville University – $15,000 for President’s discretionary fund.

Challenge Discovery Projects – $20,000 for their “Say it with Heart” anti-bullying school program.

ChildFund International – $10,000 for their “Just Read!” program.

Children’s Museum of Richmond (Commonwealth Parenting) – $25,000 to help with the merger and conduct surveys of the stakeholders.

ChildSavers – $30,000 for their annual fund.

Christchurch School – $10,000 unrestriced.

College of the Ozarks – $15,000 for efforts and programs to support veterans.

Collegiate – $35,000 unrestricted.

Collegiate School – $15,000 for “Turning High School Volunteers into Lifelong Supporters:  A Summit on Social Entrepreneurship.

Collegiate School – $25,000 for the Collegiate School International Emerging Leaders Conference.

Communities in Schools (The Carver Promise) – $35,000 to help bridge the fundraising gap in the merger.

Community Idea Stations – $20,000 for a van for “Ready to Learn Outreach Program of Community.”

Connor’s Heroes Foundation – $5,000 for their pediatric cancer research endowment fund at MCV/Massey Cancer Center.

CrossOver Ministries – $25,000 for the “Healthy Connections Single Mother’s Program.”

Elk Hill Farm – $15,000 for support of their academic summer camp in Richmond.

Families of the Wounded Fund – $5,000 to assist families of wounded veterans.

FeedMore – $5,000 for their “Mobile Pantry Program.”

Full Circle Grief Center – $5,000 for their annual fund.

Historic Pole Green Foundation – $5,000 for Education Outreach.

Historic Richmond Foundation – $10,000 for the historic preservation of Monumental Church.

Homeward – $13,000 for continuing support of Homeward’s efforts to end homelessness.

Island Resources Foundation – $10,000 for their “Mooring Buoys Program.”

James River Association – $33,000 unrestricted.

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc. – $25,000 for acquisitions for new American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

Marine Corps Heritage Foundation – $5,000 for meeting a matching challenge.

Marine Corps University Foundation – $5,000 for the advancement of the academic program.

Marine Miltary Academy – $5,000 for President’s discretionary fund.

Maymont Foundation – $8,000 for their annual fund.

New England Wildflower Society – $15,000 for their annual fund.

Oldham County Historical Society – $5,000 for their matching campaign for veterans program.

Partnership for Families Northside – $10,000 to bring the “Mind Up Program” to PFFN to train teachers.

Partnership for Families Northside – $20,000 for their “Community Leadership Program.”

Partnership for Families Northside Foundation – $50,000 for operating funds.

Partnership for Families Northside Foundation – $59,000 for the Bill Roberts Scholarship Fund.

Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence – $75,000 for capacity building in their Standards of Excellence Program.

Presbyterian Homes & Family Services and Family Alliance – $15,000 for their “Ways to Work” program.

Randolph Macon College – $5,000 for an internship program.

Richmond Chamber Players – $5,000 for their 2013 Interlude Series.

Richmond Symphony – $25,000 for The Youth Orchestra Program.

Safe Harbor – $30,000 for their annual fund.

Saint Paul’s College – 5,000 for strengthening their finances for accreditation of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Squam Lakes Association – $8,000 for their annual fund.

St. Andrew’s School – $5,000 for a recess coach.

St. Joseph’s Villa – $10,000 for their annual fund.

Sussex County School System – $5,000 for the “Stith Family Fund.”

The Buddy Program – $5,000 for their Youth Mentoring program.

The Elizabeth Kates Foundation – $20,000 for college level education for incarcerated women through the Community College System.

The Greatest Generations Foundation – $10,000 for essential operation expenses.

The Keewaydin Foundation – $30,000 for The Roy Waters Scholarship Fund and the Unrestricted Annual Fund.

The Literacy Institute – ExCELL – $18,000 for their “ExCELL Program.”

The Nature Conservancy (Colorado) – $5,000 for “Environment Conservation & Preservation.”

The Nature Conservancy of Vermont – $25,000 for their general fund.

Theatre Aspen – $15,000 for their educational programs.

Theatre Aspen – $5,000 for their educational programs.

University of Richmond – $10,000 for A.L. Philpott Chair.

University of Richmond – $10,000 for academic assistance for student athletes.

University of the Cumberlands – $5,000 for building student housing.

VCU Foundation – $50,000 for the VCU School of Education Building Fund.

Vermont Institute for Natural Science – $40,000 for general operating support.

Virginia Center for Architecture – $8,000 for restoration and preservation of the John Kerr Branch House.

Virginia Center of Inclusive Communities – $5,000 for their annual gathering of recipients of Humanitarian Awards.

Virginia Early Childhood Foundation – $25,000 to support “Smart Beginnings Program” and “Virginia Star Quality Initiative.”

Virginia Early Childhood Foundation – $75,000 for the “Connect the Dots: Data Analysis and Advocacy” program.

Virginia Foundation for Community College Education – $15,000 for their “Great Expectations Education Program for Foster Youth.”

Virginia Law Foundation – $5,000 for the “Rule of Law Proejct.”

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood – $59,000 for general operation support.

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood – $63,000 for general operation support.

Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation – $10,000 for operation funds and the Virginia War Memorial.

Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation – $5,000 for funding projects related to the artifacts and memorabilia from Veterans of World War II.

Virginia War Memorial Educational Foundation – $8,000 for construction and addition to the memorial.

Vital Communities – $55,000 for general operation support.

VSGA Foundation – $10,000 for the “Robins Junior Golf Program.”

VSGA Foundation – $38,000 for the “Robins Junior Golf Program.”

VSGA Foundation – $80,000 for the “Robins Junior Golf Program.”

YMCA of Richmond – Woodville Elementary – $25,000 for the Woodville Elementary After School Program.

Each year, each member of our board of directors is given the opportunity to sponsor a limited number of grants to organizations that they consider particularly deserving of support.  These recommendations are strictly at the discretion of individual board members.  Organizations may not solicit board members for these funds.