2016 Grants

50 CAN Inc. – $20,000 for Virginia Fellowship

Alliance for Unitive Justice  – $20,000 for Capacity Building

Armstrong Priorities – $50,000 for Armstrong Priorities Freshman Academy

Bellwether Education Partners – $20,000 for Richmond Budget Analysis

Bucknell University – $15,000 for Capital Campaign

Campbellsville University – $40,000 for Discretion of the President

Children’s Home Society of Virginia – $390,000 for The Possibilities Project, Phase II

ChildSavers – $100,000 for Virginia Quality Child Care Initiative

CHIP of Virginia – $50,000 for COV and PCAV Consolidation Transition

Collegiate School – $80,000 for Renovation of Dining Hall

Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis – $20,000 for Collaboration to Assess Policy Landscape

CultureWorks – $10,000 for Arts & Economic Prosperity Study

FORE Children – $104,000 for Robins Junior Golf Program

Greater Richmond Chamber Foundation – $12,500 for Capital Region Collaborative Project Manager

Greater Richmond SCAN – $50,000 for Trauma Informed Education

Higher Achievement Program – $60,000 for Closing the Achievement Gap

Legal Aid Justice Center – $30,000 for JustChildren Legal Services

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden – $50,000 for Lewis Ginter – Outdoor Education for Teens

Literacy Lab – $30,000 for Virginia Reading Corps

Oldham County Historical Society – $19,000 for Continued Updating and Renovations of Building and Grounds

Partnership for the Future – 50,000 for Supporting High School Students from Challenging Circumstances to Attain Their College Degrees

People Cycle Inc – $15,000 for Cap to Cap Bike Rental and Bike Patrol

Podium Foundation – $20,000 for After-school Writing and communication Programs for Richmond Middle and High School Youth

Positive Vibe Foundation – $15,000 for Community Liaison Specialist

Richmond Peace Education Center – $35,000 for Richmond Youth Peace Project

Richmond Public Schools Education Foundation – $70,000 for Ford Next Generation Learning

St. James Children’s Center – $30,000 for Ready for Success in School in Life

The Byrd Theatre Foundation – $15,000 for Center for Film Strategic Plan Implementation

The Community Foundation – $30,000 for NextUp RVA Shared Data Management

Theatre Aspen – $5,000 for Theatre Aspen School (TAS)

United Way of Greater Richmond – $50,000 for Youth Program Quality Intervention

Valentine Museum – $20,000 for Community Conversations to Inform and Realize a Shared Vision for our Region

Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities – $40,000 for Henrico Educational Equity Initiative

Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation – $50,000 for Richmond Teacher Residency

Virginia Mentoring Partnership – $50,000 for Customized Support for Mentors and Mentoring Programs in the Richmond Region

Virginia Performing Arts Foundation – $25,000 for ELLA – Early Literacy Learning through the Arts

Virginia Repertory Theatre– $45,000 for FIELD (Family Involvement in Early Literacy Development)