“We’re looking to build on the momentum of this gift,” said Rosensweig. “We’re not there yet. But we look forward to continuing to work with Southwood residents, donors, government officials and other stakeholders – all of whom have been very generous with their time and financial support thus far.
According to an AARP study in 2019, 69% of unpaid caregivers in Virginia reported they were stressed emotionally and 70% reported they were stressed physically.
Swords Into Plowshares is an innovative project to melt down the statue of Robert E. Lee that formerly stood in one of Charlottesville’s public parks and use the bronze to make a new work of public art.
Every day is an opportunity to uplift and engage with the extraordinary Black voices in our local Nonprofit community. Black History month will soon come to an end, but the importance of these organizations is felt year-round.
Mary Washington grew up in Charlottesville and wanted to be a nurse. Because she was Black she couldn’t attend school here to become one, so she had to move away to fulfill that ambition.
Authors and media specialists Christopher Ali and Jennifer Lawless discuss the many challenges of open access to local news, including struggling newspapers, limited coverage of local government, and a widening divide between rural and urban broadband access.
The League of Women Voters of the Charlottesville Area invites you to join a FREE Virtual event: “The Dark Side of the Sun?” – Renewable Sources of Electrical Power: Challenges and Promises. Event Description: To protect our ecological systems it is crucial that we adopt renewable sources of power. But how do we do it […]
The Presidential Precinct is pleased to announce the receipt of a $50,000 gift from McGuireWoods, given in memory of the late Leigh B. Middleditch, Jr.
The New Year is here and with it, we continue to think of new ways of doing things. For those working in the social sector, it can mean rethinking our delivery of services or redefining philanthropy to include the concept of neighbors helping neighbors.
Established research links animal-assisted therapy to improvements in mood and the quality of life for seniors, including those with dementia, but a growing amount of research is showing that robotic pets also provide the same kind of therapy.