Nonprofits

Fan video shop rewrites its script

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.

HDL cuts back on charity

One of Richmond’s most generous corporations is tightening the purse strings on its charitable giving after a tumultuous few months.

Nonprofit has big plans for Broad Street campus

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.

VMFA rounds up new donors online

A local museum marked the opening of its latest exhibition by closing on a round of online fundraising.

Former songwriter debuts fundraising website

After some musical soul searching in Nashville, Tenn., a former biodiesel salesman is back in Richmond looking to help nonprofits make it big.

Private school sets $1.2 million goal

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.

Fundraiser tops $1.7 million

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.