Take a look at this feature by the Richmond Times-Dispatch about Mission Tomorrow. http://m.richmond.com/news/article_30934969-accf-57a6-a90e-1adc1d8afa63.html?mode=jqm
Capital Region Collaborative
The Capital Region Collaborative is a collaborative effort between government, business, and the community to identify and implement regional priorities that will enhance the quality of life in the Richmond Region. The CRC was formed to address issues that are not confined by city or county limits. It is a partnership to improve the quality of life across the Richmond Region of Virginia.
Community Conversation – Philanthropy
December 6, 2016 | 6-8 pm
Libbie Mill Library (2100 Libbie Lake E St, Richmond, VA 23230)
The Valentine’s Community Conversations spark dialogue about hot local topics. This year, the Capital Region Collaborative (along with Richmond Magazine and TMI Consulting) is thrilled to support these conversations with research and data from our regional community indicators project.
Each conversation will focus on “measuring what we value” and will explore a different community value through small group conversations and panels of local experts.
- Reggie Gordon, Founding member of Ujima Legacy Fund (The Importance of Giving Circles)
- Emily Watson, Director of Strategic Engagement at United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg (Generational Giving and Motivation)
- Vanessa Diamond, Director of HandsOn Greater Richmond (The Importance of Volunteerism in Philanthropy)