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Grant to a Virginia nonprofit to support children, families, and communities in the Greater Richmond area. Funding is intended to address issues in growing communities or unmet community needs. Proposals should include a creative approach to resolve a current problem, a strategic collaboration, and the potential for wider, long-term impact on the affected audience.
Robins Foundation grants attempt to improve the life of residents within the city of Richmond and the surrounding counties of Chesterfield and Henrico. Robins Foundation provides funding support to organizations serving the needs of youth within the Tri-Cities when it is in addition to the Greater Richmond area.
Awarded annually the Lora M. and E. Claiborne Robins, Sr. Community Innovation Grant (CIG) funds one proposal that celebrates the imaginative, cooperative spirit of Greater Richmond.
The Foundation has a strong interest in investing in programs that enrich whole families — and whole neighborhoods. The Foundation is particularly interested in children and their academic opportunities and success. It will support organizations and projects for children ages 0-18, and their parents/caregivers to ensure children are prepared for kindergarten, are engaged in school, thrive academically, and graduate on time with the necessary skills and opportunities for success.
The Foundation places most of its attention and support on the education continuum to strengthen this ecosystem, and it will also welcome opportunities to work directly with organizations to create their longer-term visions that will break through the status quo and lead to meaningful transformation. It is the Foundation's intention to use the following perspectives in all of its philanthropic leadership and grant making activities:
GrantWatch ID#: 160991
Awarded annually the Lora M. and E. Claiborne Robins, Sr. Community Innovation Grant (CIG) funds one proposal.
Up to $500,000.
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USA: Virginia: City of Richmond and the surrounding counties of Chesterfield and Henrico
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