The sale of the Lora M. Robins Family Learning Center (LMRFLC) to Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority (VCUHSA) has been finalized. The childcare center at LMRFLC which has been operated by VCUHSA since 2010 will continue to operate under the new ownership. In support of our commitment to children and families in Richmond’s Northside,…
Our founders were innovative, creative hard-working folks. We celebrate their legacy when we welcome opportunities to work directly with organizations to think bigger and think differently. We love partnering with people and organizations with longer-term visions that will break through the status quo and lead to meaningful transformation across our community.
Why is innovation important?
We believe innovation is what will lead to transformative change when it comes to social issues facing the Richmond area. With that goal in mind, and to encourage new thinking and collaboration among Richmond Region nonprofits, we place a special emphasis on fresh perspectives to ongoing challenges through the Community Innovation Grant (CIG).
What does innovation require?
Aligning with peers and nonprofits around community issues, supporting impactful programs and services, promoting greater transparency, adaptability and enthusiasm in the funding landscape
Making multifaceted organization-building investments that cultivate and support an innovative culture as well as innovative solutions to community issues
Conducting and supporting activities that encourage education policy and expenditure shifts to support better futures for children throughout the Richmond region