January is National Blood Donor Month.
The event raises money and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease research and The Pat Summitt Foundation.
Students built buddy benches to help students who need a friend.
A million card challenge will kick off at Monday’s ‘Walk & Roll’ event.
UMFS is hosting several groups for the City of Richmond’s ‘Day On, Not a Day Off’ MLK celebration.
Classes and tests are available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
After the drives, 354 canned goods and 55 coats were donated to Bon Air Baptist Church.
‘Helping the homeless’ tops Gretchen Gregor’s Christmas wish list.
Last week, about 20 football players, dressed in their jerseys, read to all the classes at Ratcliffe Elementary School.
“We don’t want to see any household without books and any kids to grow up without books.” — Local author Makeba Robinson
During the holiday season, there is an extra twinkle throughout the Gardens, both outside and inside the exhibition halls.
Access, Choice, Time (ACT) allows students to read any book they choose in English class.
The Groundup coffee truck founder hopes to inspire others recovering from addiction with his story.
Veterans help McGuire VA Medical Center’s Fisher House become a home away from home.
This project is designed to help break down barriers for the breed in RVA.
Mark Isabelle’s family has been hosting blood drives since his Leukemia diagnosis nine years ago.