September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. To support this cause, register for the 5th annual Race for CHAnge! 100 percent of the proceeds will fund pediatric cancer research grants with the hope that we can help improve outcomes for kids facing … [Read more...] about 5th Annual Race for CHAnge
September festivals in Richmond, Virginia continue to take advantage of the warm, mild weather. Congregating in a festive way give us a chance to get to know another culture, eat delicious food, hear live music and see our fellow Richmond residents in all their … [Read more...] about September Festivals Feature Food, Music, and Film in Richmond, Virginia
Join us as we come together in celebration of great beer and community! Oktoberfest, a historic festival that began in Munich in 1810, continues all around the world in late September as towns hold jovial celebrations. We are thrilled to hold our very own here, in … [Read more...] about Sedona Taphouse Oktoberfest – free entry & family-friendly event!
The Virginia Capital Trail Foundation invites you to celebrate fall with the Rocketts Landing Cap Trail 10M & 5k presented by Dominion Energy on October 29th. This fully supported race features scenic views along the James River, a measured and marked course, … [Read more...] about Get Spooky on the Capital Trail
A warm meal is an especially welcome item now that so many people are affected by hard times. At this time Feed More, the Central Virginia community food bank, means more than most people can imagine. Volunteers and donations are always welcome at Feed … [Read more...] about Feed More Volunteers Help Fight Hunger
The organization Bridging RVA has been serving a totally FREE Christmas Day dinner to thousands of Richmonders in need for a number of years. This year the structure will be a little bit different. The location will be the same – Temple Beth Ahabah at 1111 West … [Read more...] about Bridging RVA’s Christmas Day Dinner serves those in need with the help of volunteers
There are lots of things to love about RVA - and one of them is the many different types of restaurants dishing up everything you can imagine. And Richmond Restaurant Week is a week of testing out many of the locals. Okay - so it's not free and it's not quite … [Read more...] about Richmond Restaurant Week: Coming Right Up!
Paul Charles Harris was an 18 year old young man full of life and spirit. Paul was born and lived his early years in Midlothian, VA - just outside Richmond. Later his family relocated to Chesapeake, VA for his father's job as CEO of the YMCA. Ten years ago on … [Read more...] about Paul C Harris Scholarship Fundraiser
Fundraising comes in many forms. And volunteering is another way to 'give back' and support organizations. Full Circle Grief Center can use your help. By volunteering your time, you provide much-needed support for programs necessary to make a difference in the … [Read more...] about Get Involved with Full Circle
Calls for help to shelters and hotlines always increase during December and especially around the holidays. Safe Harbor Women's Shelter in Richmond, VA is a place where women and children can go for help and hope. If you are experiencing partner violence, you … [Read more...] about Safe Harbor is here when you need help