The Giving Wall, a new local website that connects people living at or below the poverty line with those who are willing to help them fill a need, launches Dec. 3.
A local nonprofit has snatched up a recently vacated storefront in the Arts District to provide a space for area youths to explore their creative interests.
As it mulls a change in expansion plans, a local swim club is dipping its toes into a transforming Henrico mall.
A local foster care nonprofit is moving forward with its plan to redevelop parts of its West Broad Street campus, enlisting a developer for a mixed-use section that’s already active in nearby Scott’s Addition.
A local nonprofit’s plan to convert a Manchester church into a homeless shelter has been met with mixed reception from area residents, including some vocal dissent coming from developers who have a stake in the Southside neighborhood.
Better Housing Coalition is under contract to sell the former Quality Inn & Suites building at 3200 W. Broad St.
A local housing nonprofit’s renovation and expansion of an apartment building in Carver is coming together.
A local nonprofit is on the hunt for its fifth CEO in eight years, as it parted ways with its top boss this week. Meanwhile, a movement is afoot among supporters to urge the return of the organization’s founders.
With its HQ of more than 40 years under contract to be sold, a local organization is leaving Monroe Ward to reduce maintenance costs.
The booming neighborhood has netted another notable office tenant, this time from the nonprofit sector.