A 137-year-old Glen Allen nonprofit has shut its doors.
The John Randolph Foundation rewarded groups that focus on health, wellness and education.
A major Richmond nonprofit has picked up a vacant office building in Jackson Ward as a second location and will start moving some employees there this fall.
Prominent Richmonders gave almost $30 million to nonprofits and other organizations last year, according to the Generous Virginians Project, an annual report recently released by Virginia Business magazine. The magazine contacted 260 companies, 100 families and more than 225 nonprofit organizations to provide their top 15 donations of at least $25,000 since January 2010. The… Read more »
The IRS this month revoked hundreds of Richmond nonprofits’ tax-exempt status.
One of the biggest names in business is coming to Richmond to support a brand-new nonprofit.
Two Petersburg nonprofits just finished the first phase of turning a historic indoor marketplace and Civil War prison into a modern tourist attraction.
New Visions New Ventures honored 16 budding entrepreneurs Thursday for completing a business plan.
More than a quarter-million people came through the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to see a rare collection of Pablo Picasso works, and local businesses reaped the benefits.
The owner of the popular To the Bottom and Back, Inc. (2BNB) bus service in Richmond is considering expanding his service into Short Pump.