in June 2014:
General Grants: June 2014
Continued funding to increase awareness and caregiver support in the Tri-Cities area.
To support structural repairs to historic Battersea villa.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond
For services at the Petersburg club.
Central Virginia Health Services
Continued support for primary care access at the Appomattox Area Health and Wellness Center.
Chesterfield CASA, Inc.
Continued funding for the training and supervision of volunteer child advocates in the Foundation’s service area.
Chesterfield Colonial Heights Alliance for Social Ministry (CCHASM)
For continued general operating support.
City of Petersburg Department of Planning and Community Development
Continued support towards restoration work at Centre Hill mansion.
To provide the organization’s services with an enhanced focus on arts and culture organizations in the Tri-Cities area.
Downtown Churches United, Inc.
For general operating support.
Equal Justice America
Towards two summer 2014 law student fellowships at the Legal Aid Justice Center in Petersburg.
For continuation of the Petersburg Early Childhood Development Initiative.
Goodwill of Central Virginia
For continuation of the Career to Occupation: A College Alternative program, designed to provide career pathways for seniors in Petersburg City Public Schools.
GReat Aspirations Scholarship Programs, Inc. (GRASP)
Towards the In-School Advising Program at Petersburg High School.
Historic Petersburg Foundation, Inc.
To stabilize and repair four historic homes in the Poplar Lawn area of Petersburg.
Hopewell Food Pantry
For continued general operating support.
Hopewell-Prince George Healthy Families
For continuation of the Intensive Home Visitation, Assessment and Screening program.
Horizon Health Services, Inc.
To support the Waverly Medical Center Facility Improvements project.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Central Virginia (NAMI)
Continued funding for the District 19 Mental Health Education and Support project.
Petersburg Area Art League
Continued support for an education coordinator as well as program expansion to include instruction, programming and outreach for at-risk tweens and teens.
Petersburg Health Department
For continued support of the HealthSpace Teen Center.
For the Petersburg Historic District Assessment Initiative.
To support the efforts of the Renew Crew Volunteer Program to provide accessibility and home safety improvements for clients in need of those services.
Second Presbyterian Church
A Sacred Landmarks Grant to repair brownstone at three entrance doors of the church building in Petersburg.
Smart Beginnings Hopewell-Prince George
To support collaboration between Smart Beginnings Hopewell-Prince George and Crater Smart Beginnings in implementing programs to streamline administration, staff effectiveness and cost efficiencies for the two programs.
Southern Dominion Health System, Inc.
For the Dinwiddie Integrated Behavioral /Medical Health and Substance Abuse Program.
Southern Initiative of the Algebra Project, Inc.
Towards the tutoring, mentoring and leadership development of students in math through the VSU Upward Bound Program.
Southside Community Partners
Continued support for the Nonprofit Resource Center and ConnectVA.
Southside Health Education Foundation
To support the Southside Healthcare Workforce Development Summit, Southside Health Careers Exploring Program, and Southside Community Medical Education Series.
St. John’s Episcopal Church
A Sacred Landmarks Grant towards the Remembrance and Renewing-Restoring, Protecting and Preserving Historic St. John’s project in Hopewell.
St. Joseph’s Villa
Continued support of staff salaries and benefits as well as special assistance funding for the Rapid Re-housing program at the Tri-Cities Housing Resource Center.
Sussex County Department of Social Services
For the Sussex County Call for Health Education Awareness for Senior Citizens project.
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 region.
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.
Willcox Watershed Conservancy
To support the second phase of the Lee Park Interpretive Trail project.
YMCA of Greater Richmond
Continued support of youth programming at the Petersburg and Chester family YMCAs.