Two local nonprofits recently hit construction milestones on their respective campuses in Henrico, in a pair of projects amounting to more than $9 million that allow for a greater expansion of services to the area’s autistic population.
Henrico County’s goal of making the community “drown-proof” is 10 golden shovels’ worth of dirt closer to being met.
With a $19 million expansion and renovation now complete, a local nonprofit has nearly doubled the capacity of its apartment house for homeless people in the Carver neighborhood.
How much are Richmonders willing to donate to get a sit-down meeting with Bill Goodwin, Tom Farrell or the owners of some of the area’s most popular restaurants? A new fundraiser plans to find out.
Local examples of environmentally friendly and sustainable building practices were honored recently at the 10th annual Sustainable Leadership Awards, presented by Richmond nonprofit Viridiant.
A local nonprofit is looking to jump from downtown to the Northside, with plans for a new facility that will be four times the size of its current home.
As buildout on its future headquarters begins, a local nonprofit has secured a big batch of tax credits to help fund the project, which will convert a former Philip Morris complex in Swansboro.
After establishing itself in a Shockoe warehouse, a 3-year-old motorcycle repair shop and community garage has moved to more visible digs across the river.
With a million-dollar assist from a local Fortune 500, an area housing nonprofit said it now will be able to extend its homebuilding efforts to Richmond’s Southside – announcing those plans at the same time it is vying for a contract for dozens of properties there.
The nonprofit is up and running in its new home at 3405 W. Moore St. in a redeveloped former laundry facility.