More than 150 local business people showed up to Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on Wednesday evening to celebrate BizSense’s third annual Generosity Inc. event recognizing Richmond’s most philanthropic companies. Thanks to all our great sponsors, all four dozen companies on the Generosity list and all those who came to enjoy the great beer and camaraderie…. Read more »
It’s year three for Generosity Inc., BizSense’s annual rankings of Richmond’s top corporate donors.
A second donation from investor Patrick Hull is paying for a local nonprofit’s second round of startup assistance for five low-income entrepreneurs.
After five years of pulling in thousands of donations in a 36-hour window, a local nonprofit is calling off its annual Amazing Raise donation drive.
The ongoing capital campaign giving power to the Virginia Historical Society’s extensive renovations is coming to a close, and the organization expects to blow past its original fundraising goal by $7 million by the end of the month.
The energy giant will soon have its name plastered on a downtown performance arts complex after promising $5.5 million in donations over 15 years to Richmond CenterStage.
After a lengthy search process, the Children’s Museum of Richmond has announced a new president and CEO, who is currently a VP at Dominion.
A newly announced PGA golf tournament to be hosted at Country Club of Virginia the next four years will be handing over proceeds to a state organization that helps veterans find jobs.
A 176-year-old museum building dedicated to the Civil War siege of Petersburg is finally getting a $1 million upgrade, and the museum will likely be shut down for more than a year.
The VMFA’s newest exhibit of sculptor Auguste Rodin, featuring some of his most famous works, will be unveiled to the public this Saturday.