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Recent Grants Announced

TCF awards $877,500 through our competitive grantmaking program

Recent Grants Announced

Cultural Vibrancy

Community Members have access to and an appreciation for arts and cultural opportunities.


$50,000 to support ART 180's community-based after-school youth development programs.

Maymont Foundation

$50,000 to provide general operating support for Maymont. 

Richmond Ballet

$40,000 to support the 2016-2017 MINDS IN MOTION program in participating Richmond-area elementary schools, and the expansion of the program to add a team of Teaching Artists and enable more residency programs. 

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation

$25,000 to provide funding for educational programming for Virginia Museum of Fine Arts visitors in conjunction with the 2017 exhibition, Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China. 

Economic Prosperity

The region’s resources are sustainable and its residents are economically stable and secure.

Children's Home Society of Virginia

$14,500 to support the purchase of a van for the Possibilities Project.

Initiatives of Change

$25,000 to support The Center for Community Trustbuilding.

James River Association

$25,000 to implement recreational access, river-based business development, and tourism recommendations of the Regional Rivers Plan. 

Local Initiatives Support Corporation - Virginia Office

$50,000 to support neighborhood revitalization activities in Richmond's Northside, including the Financial Opportunity Center, a community safety initiative and a corridor revitalization strategy. 

Neighborhood Resource Center

$20,000 to hire a consultant to facilitate both an organizational assessment and strategic planning process to update NRC's three-year strategic plan. 

Partnership for Housing Affordability

$50,000 to the support the formation of the Maggie Walker Community Land Trust.

St. Joseph's Villa

$60,000 to support continued provision of rapid rehousing services in Richmond and the Tri-Cities, placing households in permanent housing with time-limited financial assistance and stabilization services.

Educational Success

Young people achieve in school, engage in their community and are prepared for the workforce.

Communities in Schools of Chesterfield

$25,000 to establish a comprehensive development program that increases the capacity of the CIS of Chesterfield Board of Directors to sustain and expand CIS programming. 

First Tee Richmond & Chesterfield

$25,000 to provide capacity building support in the area of marketing and fund development.

Northstar Academy

$50,000 to support the Career Academy for students with disabilities, focused on obtaining employment.

Peter Paul Development Center

$75,000 to support 250 students in quality after school and summer programming designed to support academic growth and connect students to quality enrichment experiences.

The Valentine

$22,000 to provide experiential programs to students in Richmond's underserved schools. 

United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg

$50,000 to support the Richmond Youth Program Quality Intervention (YPQI), which provides training and assessment for youth service providers in the Richmond region. 

Virginia Early Childhood Foundation

$25,000 to support Shared Services Alliance that will centralize key functions of early care providers.

Virginia Repertory Theatre

$50,000 to support of FIELD, Family Involvement in Early Literacy Development.

Health & Wellness

Community members are safe and healthy.

Elk Hill Farm

$25,000 to support school-based mental health services for students in Goochland Middle School and 9th grade. 

Greater Richmond Fit4Kids

$45,000 to support the Wellness Integration and Learning Gardens programs that improve children's health and wellness through active classrooms, garden lessons, environmental modifications, and policy. 

Hanover Safe Place

$25,000 to expand programming to low-income families living in extended-stay hotels in the Ashland area, that are being evicted due to a change in City ordinance.

Tricycle Gardens

$14,000 to support increase targeted access to fresh, healthy food and education programs in Richmond. 

United Methodist Urban Ministries of Richmond

$22,000 to support healthy food production, distribution, and community-based programs. 

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