Grantee Spotlights

The Cameron Foundation provides a variety of capacity-building support to nonprofits. Many of their lessons learned offer valuable learning for the larger nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Here are just a few Cameron grantees who share their stories about their capacity-building work.

American Red Cross–Southside Area Chapter
The American Red Cross’s (ARC) motto of “The need is real, the time is now” certainly applied to the Southside Area Chapter in 2008. After a period of negative finances…

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Restoration of Petersburg
Henry Ford once stated, “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” For the Restoration of Petersburg Community Development Corporation (ROPCDC), this trinity of phrases…

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Children’s Hospital Foundation
In 2007, Children’s Hospital of Richmond (CHoR), supported by Children’s Hospital Foundation (CHF), commissioned an extensive marketing survey to determine if there was sufficient need…

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The James House
Since 1989, The James House has been committed to providing comprehensive, cost-free services for people who have been affected by sexual violence domestic violence and stalking.

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Sycamore Rouge
As a four-year-old small professional theater company, Sycamore Rouge has much for which to be lauded. This young, enterprising organization pulls off 200 events annually…

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Serenity
In a region where the number of residents with HIV is the highest in the Commonwealth of Virginia and one of the highest in the country, an organization like Serenity, which is…

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