Pamela H. Price, Grand Worthy Matron of the Golden State Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Rite of Adoption of California, has scheduled a special luncheon program to honor outstanding women of [...]
Richmond Community Foundation is releasing of its next round of capacity grants. This Spring 2014 grant making round will provide $50,000 for a limited number of capacity-building grants of up to $5,000 per organization. Grants [...]
Hundreds of people attended the “Behind the Curtain” Gala Saturday night at the Craneway Pavillion hosted by Mario Lopez featuring a fashion show and concert. The event was sponsored by the non-profit organization Unite4:Good, featuring [...]
Dr. Desmond Carson, coach of the Richmond Steelers, physician at Doctors Medical Center and chair of For Richmond’s Health Committee, took the microphone at For Richmond’s Jan. 16 community reception to talk about why the [...]
By Joan Davis After five incredible years as President and CEO of the Richmond Community Foundation, I am stepping down from this position at the end of this month.I’m excited about being able to take [...]
Jim Becker, who has been working at the Richmond Community Foundation since 2005, will take over as president and CEO of the Richmond Community Foundation when Joan Davis steps down.
By Jeff Wright Stop Investor Greed sponsored a Town Hall Meeting on Dec. 1 a plan approved by the mayor and a majority of city councilmembers that could result in the seizure of “underwater mortgages” [...]
The Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) has added one-on-one youth mentoring to its slate of activities. The program, started in April 2012, provided young people with life- skills building activities including workshops on a variety [...]
News headlines such as “Knockout Game Suspect Charged with Hate Crime” could prove detrimental to black urban youth. With the perception that ‘young black men in urban communities are inherently dangerous’ already prevalent, should the [...]
By For Richmond staff As De Anza senior Destiny Howard found out last week, the 4th annual “Help a Brother Get to College” Day was not just about the boys.