2017 Grants

ASPEN COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL – $20,000 for Unrestricted

ASPEN FILM – $5,000 for Educational Programs

ASPEN HOPE CENTER – $10,000 for Tier of Love

ASPEN YOUTH CENTER – $5,000 – Continuation of Youth Programs

BAPTIST GLOBAL NEWS – $5,000 for Unrestricted

BLUEFIELD COLLEGE – $50,000 for Matching Grant: Wellness Center

BLUE SKY FUND – $5,000 for Explorers Program

BOYS HOME OF VIRGINIA – $5,000 for Summer Programs

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY – $15,000 for Capital Campaign

BUDDY PROGRAM, THE – $5,000 for Lead Program

CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY – $5,000 for Kentucky Veteran of the Year Activity

CARITAS – $100,000 for CARITAS Center; $10,000 for CARITAS Center Capital Campaign

CHALLENGE DISCOVERY – $5,000 for Annual Fund

CHESTERFIELD EDUCATION FOUNDATION – $125,000 for CEF Capacity Building

CHILDREN’S HOME SOCIETY – $5,000 for Unrestricted/President’s Discretion

CHILDSAVERS – $30,000 for Unrestricted

CHIP OF VIRGINIA – $60,000 for COV-PCAV Consolidation – Moving Forward

CODEVA – $100,000 for Building a Sustainable Digital Dominion

COLLEGIATE  SCHOOL – $30,000 for Unrestricted; $10,000 for Need-based Financial Aid; $50,000 for Annual Fund (20K) and Endowment (30K)

COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL ANALYSIS – $50,000 for Policy Improvements to Advance Educational Opportunity in Greater Richmond

COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF RICHMOND – $125,000 for Integrated Student Support K-12; $10,000 for Annual Fund

CONEXUS – $20,000 for Conexus Mobile – Richmond Intensive; $30,000 for Conexus/Vision to Learn Mobile — Richmond

CONNOR’S HEROES – $5,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research Endowment Fund; $5,000 for Annual Fund

DANCING CLASSROOMS GREATER RICHMOND – $5,000 for Dancing Classrooms Greater Richmond

DREAM ACADEMY, THE – $20,000 for Arts and Gardens

FAMILIES OF THE WOUNDED FUND – $5,000 for Operational Expenses

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

FRIENDS ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN – $45,000 for Stronger with FRIENDS

GIRLS FOR A CHANGE – $20,000 for Planning for Implementation – GFAC City Strategy

GREATER RICHMOND CHAMBER FOUNDATION – $75,000 for Smart Beginnings Greater Richmond

GREATER RICHMOND FIT4KIDS – $50,000 for Wellness Integration Programming and Advocacy

GREATER RICHMOND SCAN – $60,000 for Early Childhood Development: Trauma Treatment and Resilience; $5,000 for Richmond CASA

HENRICO EDUCATION FOUNDATION – $125,000 for Strengthening Henrico Communities Through Educational Partnerships

HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT – $60,000 for From Middle School Students to Future College Alumni

HOMEWARD – $10,000 for Data matching between homeless services and education

IN MEDIA RES – $75,000 for Place Based Thriving in Richmond’s Jefferson Davis Corridor

JAMES RIVER ASSOCIATION – $30,000 for Unrestricted

JAMESTOWN-YORKTOWN FOUNDATION – $25,000 for Women of Jamestown

LEGAL AID JUSTICE CENTER – $35,000 for JustChildren

LITERACY LAB – $60,000 for The Literacy Lab Richmond

MAYMONT – $10,000 for Annual Fund

MEDICAL HOME PLUS – $15,000 for IEP Advisory Service

METROPOLITAN RICHMOND SPORTSBACKERS – $50,000 for Support Grassroots Advocacy for Bike/Walk Infrastructure for Metro Area Schools

NATURE CONSERVANCY OF VERMONT, THE – $25,000 for General Fund Vermont Chapter

NEW ENGLAND WILDFLOWER SOCIETY – $5,000 for Annual Fund

OLDHAM COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY – $60,000 for Continued Development

PARTNERSHIP FOR FAMILIES – $50,000 for Unrestricted

PARTNERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE – $50,000 for  Guiding High School Students from Challenging Circumstances to Attain Their College Degrees

RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE – $5,000 for Internship Program

RENEW RICHMOND – $20,000 for FarmStrong Community Development Center

RICHMOND POLICE ATHLETIC LEAGUE – $20,000 for Inner City Basketball League

RICHMOND PUBLIC SCHOOLS EDUCATION FOUNDATION – $125,000 for RPS Education Foundation Capacity Building

RICHMOND SYMPHONY – $10,000 for Providing Music Education Opportunities to Students in South Richmond

SACRED HEART CENTER – $100,000 for Responding to Critical Needs of the Latino Community – Youth Program and Capacity Building through Volunteer Management

SPARC – $5,000 for Education for Youth

SPECIAL OLYMPICS VIRGINIA – $50,000 for RPS PELT Pilot Phase 2

ST. JAMES’ CHILDREN’S CENTER – $30,000 for St. James’ Children’s Center: Preparing Young Hearts and Minds for Life; $5,000 for Financial Aid for At-Risk Students

STEWARD SCHOOL, THE – $100,000 for Financial Aid

STOREFRONT FOR COMMUNITY DESIGN – $40,000 for 6PIC Operations

SUMMIT 54 – $5,000 for Summer Programs; $10,000 for Summer Advantage – Summer Programs

THEATRE ASPEN – $10,000 for Educational Programs; 10,000 for Education for New Generation of Theatre Artists

TRICYCLE GARDENS – $100,000 for Growing Urban Agriculture in RVA: Equitable Strategies and Policies for Improving Food Access

UNITED WAY OF GREATER RICHMOND – $20,000 for Harvard Fellowship; $50,000 for Richmond Youth Program Quality Intervention; $125,000 for Teacher Retention and Recruitment

UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND – $10,000 for Academic Support for Student Athletes (basketball); $5,000 for A.L. Philpott Chair

VALENTINE MUSEUM – $25,000 for Controversy History and the Capital Region Collaborative

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

VERMONT INSTITUTE OF NATURAL SCIENCE – $40,000 for Annual Fund; $25,000 for Annual Fund

VIRGINIA CENTER FOR INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES – $ 20,000 for Community Fund for Standing Together; $75,000 for Educational Equity Initiative

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION – $53,000 for Richmond Teacher Residency (RTR); $50,000 for Assistantships – SOE Doctoral Students

VIRGINIA EARLY CHILDHOOD FOUNDATION – $50,000 for Establishing and Sustaining a Shared Services Alliance Model in Richmond; $25,000 for Smart Beginnings, VQI, and East End Mapping

VIRGINIA FOUNDATION FOR INDEPENDENT COLLEGES – $5,000 for Virginia Need-based Scholarships

VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY – $20,000 for George Washington: The Myths and the Man; $100,000 for American Civil War Museum; $10,000 for American Civil War Museum

VIRGINIA MENTORING PARTNERSHIP – $60,000 for Elevating the Quality and Capacity of Youth Mentoring Programs in Richmond

VIRGINIA WAR MEMORIAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION – $5,000 for Rotation of Collections

VOICES FOR VIRGINIA’S CHILDREN – $75,000 for Engaging Advocates to Speak Up for Children & Families

WILLIAM JEWEL COLLEGE – $5,000 for President’s Discretionary Fund

WORLD PEDIATRIC PROJECT – $10,000 for Unrestricted

YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF GREATER RICHMOND – $125,000 for Support for Oak Grove-Bellemeade Out of School Time Program

YOUNG WOMEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND – $125,000 for Sprout School