Capital campaigns are transforming several of the city’s museums with long-delayed renovations and construction projects totaling about $80 million.
A Richmond organization that links volunteers with local charities is offering a system that streamlines nonprofits costly and cumbersome background check process.
The foundation that owns the Byrd Theatre has a long list of repairs it hopes to fund through a $5 million fundraising effort.
A local nonprofit that operates a former downtown hotel as a hospital guest house has hired a local marketing agency to revive its brand.
An update to state law has widened the pool of tax-delinquent properties that the city can sell to nonprofits. The change has organizations like Habitat for Humanity eyeing some of the hundreds of new properties for potential use in low-income housing projects.
The St. John’s Church Foundation is raising money to restore the space where Patrick Henry rallied Virginians to join the Revolutionary War. The foundation has already secured about a third of the $324,000 repairs.
With a shovel of dirt and a splatter of paint Virginia Commonwealth University’s future Institute for Contemporary Art has officially marked its territory on West Broad Street.
The century-old Heart of Virginia Council will soon launch a capital campaign for a new home at the Stony Point Office Park.
Monumental Church – built on the site of a tragic, 1811 theater fire that killed at least 72 people – is marking its 200th anniversary this year and is in the midst of renovations to enhance and restore the historic structure.
First the hammers, backhoes and hardhats, and then the art, theater and music. Institute for Contemporary Art slated for completion in 2016.