Tag Archive: Health and Wellness

30 Community Partners Receive $652,047 in Grants

John Randolph Foundation awarded grants of $652,047 to 30 area nonprofit organizations in a ceremony on Thursday, July 22, 2021. “We are extremely pleased to have opened our doors again here in Hopewell for an in-person grant awards ceremony, said Kevin S. Foster, Director of Programs. “Although we chose to limit the number of attendees,… View Article

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        One in four children has a vision problem that affects his/her ability to learn. Conexus works to remove poor vision as a barrier to a child’s success in the classroom using non-invasive digital screening technology in their Mobile Vision Clinics to provide public school students with a state-of-the-art vision screening. If… View Article

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                  Greater Richmond Fit4Kids is committed to improving children’s health and wellness through outdoor physical activities, movement in the classroom, gardening and healthy eating. Since their first grant in 2014, John Randolph Foundation has awarded $269,500 to sustain Wellness Integration programs and Learning Gardens in all three… View Article

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  Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) Hopewell-Prince George at the Crossings has provided more than 11,000 visits for medical, dental, and behavioral health care to underinsured, non-insured, and insured area residents since 2004. It is one of Central Virginia Health Services’ 18 locations throughout the region. Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. (CVHS) is a community-based,… View Article

John Randolph Foundation NOURISHES …

The Colonial Heights Food Pantry, Inc. is committed to alleviating hunger, while developing collaborative strategies to encourage self-reliance and preserve human dignity. During the last fiscal year, Colonial Heights Food Pantry fed an average of 254 households each month and distributed enough food to serve 430,000 meals throughout the year—accomplished with more than 12,000 hours… View Article

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Hopewell/Prince George Healthy Families Hopewell/Prince George Families has been helping families since 1991. The organization works to ensure that children are born healthy, reach school age ready to learn, and grow up to be healthy, contributing members of their communities. Assessment and referral services are offered to all Hopewell and Prince George families. Intensive home-based… View Article

John Randolph Foundation NOURISHES …

The new year has begun and JRF continues to celebrate some of the nonprofit organizations we have supported during our 25 years of service in the community. In 1983, the Hopewell Food Pantry was created by a group of local churches to provide emergency food to individuals and families in temporary crisis. Nearly 40 years… View Article

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  Reach Out for Life is committed to the early detection of breast cancer through education and diagnostic services. The organization builds awareness of the need for annual mammograms and provides free access to complete free breast health services for under-insured women and those with limited income. The program is open to women of every… View Article

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  Boys to Men Mentoring Network of Virginia (BTMVA) offers young men a safe place where they can talk as well as a community of mentors and peers who listen, believe in them, and help them make better choices. Through weekly circles, camping trips and family communications workshops, BTMVA builds relationships, offers support, and promotes… View Article

New “M&M Fund” Honors Local Educator

John Randolph Foundation announced a new memorial fund, the Cynthia Piazza Mind & Movement (M&M) Fund, at its Grant Awards Ceremony on January 17, 2019. Tragically, Cynthia Piazza of Chesterfield passed away on October 31, 2018 after a courageous battle against brain cancer. Through the contributions of friends and family, the M&M Fund will carry… View Article