Total Awarded
in February 2013:

General Grants: February 2013

Alzheimer’s Association

To increase awareness and caregiver support in the Tri-Cities, with an expanded emphasis on Dinwiddie and Prince George counties.

Appomattox Educational Foundation

To support the restoration and renovation of the Appomattox Regional Governor’s School’s “White House.”

Appomattox Regional Library System

Towards continued operating support for Southside Community Partners.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond

To support programming at the Petersburg and Hopewell clubs, and for improvements and equipment at the Blandford Academy site in Petersburg.

Family Lifeline

For the Petersburg Early Childhood Development Initiative.

Hopewell Food Pantry

For continued general operating support.

Hopewell-Prince George Healthy Families

For continuation of the Intensive Home Visitation, Assessment, and Screening program.

Richard Bland College Foundation

Toward the creation of a health sciences advisor position.

Riverside Criminal Justice Agency

For the Re-Entry Initiative Project, which seeks to improve public safety and reintegration outcomes as inmates prepare for release from Riverside Regional Jail.

Science Museum of Virginia

For continuation of the Petersburg Out of School Time STEM Program.

The Salvation Army Petersburg Corps

To continue support of the Community Education Center.

Smart Beginnings/Hopewell-Prince George

Towards the Smart Beginnings Developmental/Social Emotional Project.

Southside Health Education Foundation

For continued general operating support.

Sussex County Department of Social Services

For continuation of the Sussex County Health Education Awareness for Women and Senior Citizens Project.

Virginia Association for Competitive Swimming

For continuation of the Make a Splash learn-to-swim program.

Virginia’s Gateway Region

To continue the “G2 – Driving Regional Growth, Embracing a Global Future” initiative, a five-year strategy to advance economic development across the Tri-Cities area.

Virginia LISC

For continuation of the Petersburg Revitalization Initiative, including ongoing capacity-building of the community development sector in Petersburg; facilitation of partnerships among developers; the launching of a Financial Opportunity Center; and ensuring the implementation of several efforts that it is supporting in Petersburg, including projects in the Battersea and Halifax neighborhoods.