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Kroger Mid-Atlantic has given $107,234.31 to FeedMore and $15,000 to The ALS Association — DC/MD/VA Chapter.
Consumer Reports recommends following these seven spending rules to avoid breaking the bank this holiday season:
It pays to be a senior. Just ask.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Central Virginia raised $311,085 from the 2014 Walk to Cure Diabetes.
The Allianz Foundation for North America has awarded $50,000 to Girls for a Change, a national nonprofit organization focused on training and empowering low-income girls ages 11 to 18. The organization’s East Coast headquarters is in Richmond.
A $5,000 grant to Sportable from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation will help the Richmond group buy racing wheelchairs for youth athletes with physical disabilities, visual impairments or both.
Richmond’s 10th anniversary Go Red For Women Luncheon raised $528,000 for the American Heart Association’s campaign to raise awareness about heart disease as the No. 1 killer of women.
The SunTrust Foundation has started the year by giving more than $220,000 to local nonprofit institutions.
Virginia Credit Union’s financial support for Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU has exceeded $30,000, thanks to an $857 assist from the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams.
A grant from the Home Depot Foundation along with the involvement of many Richmond-area employees will improve the accessibility of the administrative offices of the Mid-Atlantic Paralyzed Veterans of America and transform storage space into a new meeting and recreation area with a fully accessible kitchen.
Wells Fargo employees in central Virginia went back-to-school shopping and filled more than 150 backpacks for students at the Downtown Richmond YMCA.
Schools in Virginia will get a boost in funding for the 2012-13 academic year as a result of $610,000 in education grants given by Dominion Virginia Power and The Dominion Foundation.
CHIP of Virginia received a $15,000 grant from the Cigna Foundation. The purpose of the funding is twofold:
Maymont Foundation received nearly $2 million in grant support during the 2011-2012 fiscal year for endowment and capital projects.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation awarded $86,500 toseven Richmond-area nonprofits. The grants are part of $22 million the foundation is awarding to nonprofits nationwide that build and rehab affordable housing, offer foreclosure prevention services and homeowner counseling, and provide other services intended to revitalize neighborhoods and help working families find and keep sustainable homes.
The Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation has pledged $1 million over five years to the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond.
The Cameron Foundation's board awarded $1,271,715 in grants to 15 organizations during its June cycle. The grants are to benefit residents of the Tri-Cities area.
The Robins Foundation has awarded $1,071,985 in grants to 17 organizations. Recipients are:
The Jenkins Foundation awarded $899,500 in grants to 21 health care organizations in the Richmond region, furthering its mission to improve the health status of residents.
The Community Foundation, in collaboration with funding partners The Pauley Family Foundation and Richmond Eye & Ear Foundation Fund, awarded nearly $1.3 million in grants to 33 local organizations.