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2010 Grants

Barter Theater $150,000

To support improved production and rehearsal spaces and provide better housing for resident employees.

Camp Holiday Trails $43,250

To support the renovations required to create a fully accessible cabin for use by campers with special medical needs.

Center for Nonprofit Excellence $25,000

To support regional nonprofit excellence through resource center and training facility upgrades.

CenterStage Foundation $250,000

To provide a lead gift to the Landmark and Legacies Campaign for repairs and upgrades.

City of Colonial Heights Foundation $50,000

To support continued development of the Colonial Heights Appomattox Greenway.

Daily Planet $100,000

To support expanded healthcare services through the creation of Southside Community Health Center.

FIRST Contractors, Inc. $23,000

To support on-line learning and certification and upgraded office technology.

First Lady’s Initiative Team Effort $25,000

To support the construction/re-installation of a greenhouse on the Executive Mansion grounds.

Friends Association for Children $122,500

To support the capital component of the Imagine the Possibilities campaign.

Greater Richmond ARC $300,000

To support the construction of an all-inclusive park and expand access to recreation for all residents, regardless of disability.

Hampden-Sydney College $150,000

To support the Igniting Sound Learning campaign to upgrade classrooms and teaching technology.

Highland Center $150,000

To support the renovation campaign and subsequent program expansion.

James River Association $267,600

To support two strategic initiatives that will impact the future health of the river and build the capacity of JRA by expanding its geographic presence.

Louisa County Resource Council $40,000

To support the construction of a warehouse addition to meet the increased demand for food assistance among low income residents of Louisa County.

Lynchburg College $200,000

To support the renovation and expansion of the Student Center.

Mariner’s Museum $200,000

To support the Museum’s capacity to provide interactive Exhibitions of underwater exploration through the Jason Project.

Maymont Foundation $500,000

To support the Spirit of Generosity Campaign, specifically the construction of a new maintenance facility.

Science Museum of Virginia Foundation $300,000

To support the implementation of the new strategic plan for a Science Museum for the Knowledge Age.

SPARC of Richmond $250,000

To increase instructional and studio capacity to serve more children and youth in the metro area.

Swift Creek Mill Theatre, Inc. $50,000

To support infrastructure upgrades that improve theatre delivery and enhance audience experiences.

Valentine Richmond History Center $250,000

To support interior renovations of the Gallery spaces on the lower Museum levels.

Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation $750,000

To support the Institute for Contemporary Art, a new gateway to VCU and Richmond.

Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges $150,000

To support visual and performing arts projects across the member institutions of VFIC.

Virginia Foundation for the Humanities $100,000

To support the continued enhancement of Encyclopedia Virginia, a free on-line encyclopedia resource of “all things Virginia.”

Virginia Historical Society $500,000

To provide leadership support for the Story of Virginia Campaign to enhance exhibit space and increase educational programming.

Virginia Theological Seminary $300,000

To support the Chapel for the Ages Campaign.

VMI Foundation,Inc. $100,000

To support the Strategic Energy Monitoring Program.

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation $98,000

To support facility improvements and repairs to the permanent gallery.