Cameron Foundation awards more than $1.1 million in June grant cycle

The Cameron Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved $1,113,707 in grants to 24 nonprofit organizations serving the Tri-Cities area. Among the largest grants this time, two awards underwrite direct services in health care, and two others advance economic development in the region. Learn more>>

Cameron Foundation awards more than $450,000 for organizations affected by COVID-19 crisis, continues to offer technical assistance

The Cameron Foundation has awarded $458,535 in funding to support local nonprofits and school divisions affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more>>

Petersburg School-based Health Center Moves Toward Launch

New facility at Petersburg High School projected to open during 2020-21 school year

As a tumultuous school year draws to a close, a United Way led partnership is making major steps to ensure students’ health and well-being upon their return. This spring, United Way’s Petersburg City and Schools Partnership celebrated a major milestone in its effort to open The Crimson Clinic, a school-based health center at Petersburg High School. “This is an evidence-based strategy to mitigate barriers for children and their families to be able to access health care,” said J. Todd Graham, President of The Cameron Foundation.  Learn more>>

Cameron Foundation Renews $1 million investment with Virginia Community Capital to support Tri-Cities rebuilding

Partnership spurred $5.5 million in Tri-Cities development since 2017
Three years after its successful initial investment, The Cameron Foundation has renewed a $1 million loan and deposit with Virginia Community Capital (VCC), a community development financial institution that makes impact investments throughout the Commonwealth. As the community begins to reopen from the COVID-19 closures, the funds will be deployed into the Tri-Cities and other areas in Cameron’s footprint, supporting their economic rebuilding. Learn more>>