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.
The Valentine history museum is having its grand reopening this weekend after a year of renovations.
A local nonprofit has a major face-lift in store for its West Broad Street grounds in a plan that could open up some prime real estate for development.
A local real estate firm’s clothing drive expanded into a collection of more than two tons of donations to Goodwill’s jobs program.
A local museum marked the opening of its latest exhibition by closing on a round of online fundraising.
After some musical soul searching in Nashville, Tenn., a former biodiesel salesman is back in Richmond looking to help nonprofits make it big.
A private school in Oregon Hill that provides free tuition and meals to its nearly 100 students has started a $1.2 million raise for repairs and upgrades to its aging building.
The Amazing Raise, an annual 36-hour online giving challenge, raked in more than $1.74 million in donations for local nonprofits this week, almost $200,000 more than last year.