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.

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Priority Area Art Project
at the Folk Festival
October 8, 2016 | 12-6 pm
October 9, 2016 | 12-3 pm

Join The Community Foundation, HandsOn, and artist Jason Ford in creating eight 3D cube murals dedicated to each of the CRC priority areas.

No need to register, just stop by The Community Foundation tent on Saturday or Sunday during the Folk Festival.























Latest News & Feedback

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RVA Snapshot Looks At Economic Indicators and How They Tie Into Housing

From Richmond Times-Dispatch: Economic prosperity and quality of life in the Richmond area and how… more.

Fox and Elswick: Regional Data Can Spur Progress

From Richmond Times-Dispatch: The Richmond Region is an incredible place to call home. The list… more.

Nonprofit News: The Capital Region Collaborative

From ConnectVA: According to Independent Sector’s Nine Key Trends Shaping the Future of the Charitable Sector “addressing… more.

Decision Maker for February 8: Ashley Hall with Capital Region Collaborative

From Richmond-Times Dispatch: New position: manager, Capital Region Collaborative Previous position: director of strategic engagement, United Way… more.

Higher Education and Economic Development in the Richmond Region

A panel discussion featuring the Presidents or Vice Presidents of each of the seven institutions of higher education in the Richmond Region.

CRC Launches Telephone Survey

The CRC is conducting a telephone survey of residents in the Richmond Region.

Smart Beginnings Greater Richmond Awards Almost $40,000 to Impact Early Childhood Development in Richmond Region

RICHMOND, VA [September 8, 2010] – Six localities will receive almost $40,000 in grant funding… more.

Radio broadcast: Wayne Farrar

From WCVE. [audio:|titles=2010-09-02_WCVE – Farrar (Capital Region Collaborative)]

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