Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity plans to open a new location of its ReStore brand of shops at Chesterfield Towne Center.
A local healthcare organization has capped a seven-figure fundraising effort that began a little more than a year ago.
For the Richmond employees of a nonprofit financial holding company, coming back from the Memorial Day break on Tuesday will mean showing up for work at a new office.
What started as a short run through a park outside London in 2004 has evolved into a global fitness nonprofit that’s paved its way to the River City.
Next week, Richmond’s business community once again will brave a world without spellcheck in the name of charity.
Beer and philanthropy paired well together Wednesday evening at Richmond BizSense’s Generosity Inc. Check out the slideshow for our annual celebration of the region’s corporate donors.
A local art studio is expanding its Scott’s Addition enclave and taking its work on the road with a mobile screen-printing truck dubbed S23 To-Go.
Backed by some of Richmond’s biggest corporations, a local dance organization is off to a brisk start on its road toward an eight-figure fundraising goal.
Few activities pair better together than enjoying a few cold beverages and celebrating the charitable endeavors of local businesses.
This is UnBound RVA’s third class of startups since the nonprofit was founded in 2014.