John Randolph Foundation awarded $464,500 in grants to 18 local community partners on January 17, 2019. This grant cycle brings our total grants to $18 million since our inception in 1995. Among the nonprofits honored at the ceremony were two first-time JRF grant recipients – Boys to Men Mentoring Network of Virginia and The Maddie Mann… View Article
Thanks to everyone who joined us for the Grant Awards Ceremony on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at the Foundation’s office in downtown Hopewell. Grants were awarded to 22 organizations and three local educators receiving over $560,000. Mike Williams, Grant Committee Chair, shared that “We are so proud of the grantees being awarded and the fantastic… View Article
Trustee Andrew (Andy) Clark speaking at the John Randolph Foundation Grant Awards Ceremony. JRF awarded $357,412 at this year’s ceremony on January 18, 2018. John Randolph Foundation awarded $357,412 at a Grant Awards Ceremony on January 18, 2018. The Foundation is proud to partner with these 13 nonprofit organizations helping residents of the Tri-Cities area… View Article
John Randolph Foundation awarded its latest grants on Thursday, July 20th in front of a crowd of 125 partners, donors, and grant recipients. Responsive grants from the Foundation’s Mission Fund were awarded to 17 nonprofits totaling $403,369. The Foundation also awarded grants from endowment funds to eight organizations totaling $123,090, and finally two local educator… View Article
John Randolph Foundation is pleased to announce the election of officers to the 2017 Board of Trustees. Linda M. Ault will serve as President of the Board of Trustees, succeeding Jerry A. Williams who is now Immediate Past President. Remaining in their current positions are Elisa S. Carraway, Vice-President, Brenda M. Hayes, Secretary, and Diane H. Parr, Treasurer.
John Randolph Foundation is pleased to announce grant recipients for the 2016 fall grant cycle. JRF awarded $391,074 to 16 nonprofit organizations helping residents of the Tri-Cities area in the fields of health, quality of life, and education.
Hopewell City Public Schools, in partnership with the John Randolph Foundation, are pleased to announce the award of the 21st Century Grant. This grant, from the Virginia Department of Education, will help support after-school enrichment opportunities for the children of Hopewell.
The Cameron Foundation, Petersburg, VA, and John Randolph Foundation, Hopewell VA, have partnered together to give a combined grant of $30,000 to Hopewell Food Pantry to help the organization move to a new, larger building at 915 W. City Point Road, Suite 201. Each foundation has committed matching funds of $15,000 towards the effort.