A local nonprofit received approval on Monday for the major expansion of a Clay Street facility that offers independent apartment living to the area’s homeless.
A nonprofit that houses hospital patients and their families is kicking off the first part of a large-scale renovation plan with help from local companies working pro bono.
A housing nonprofit is creating a new home for itself in Mechanicsville and will replace two businesses in an Atlee Road shopping center.
An arts nonprofit is packing up its location in the Fan to move into a new home, creating more room for its artists, classes and exhibitions.
Special Olympics Virginia recently celebrated a major step in the renovation of its local office that redid the interior and expanded the building.
The Richmond Y is scrapping a plan for a large addition to its downtown facility in favor of more parking. And the organization will also say goodbye to one of its longtime executives early next year.
With a challenge to match a $500,000 grant, the Richmond Symphony is working toward the purchase of an 80-foot tent that would allow the group to make its music mobile.
A Strawberry Street movie rental shop pulled together a $35,000 online fundraising campaign to save it from closing down after 30 years. Now its owner and manager are working out a plan to make Video Fan one of the few lasting stores of its kind.
One of Richmond’s most generous corporations is tightening the purse strings on its charitable giving after a tumultuous few months.
The Altria Theater had its official grand opening concert last night after a large-scale renovation project.