Upper and lower elementary students raised more than $3,500 for the organization.
Some of the city’s best biscuit makers and over 80 volunteers will descend upon Monroe Park to provide a unique Valentine’s Day experience to some of the city’s hungry February 14th.
HCPS Central Office employees opted to donate to the holiday program rather than participate in an annual office gift exchange.
Students and parents collected supplies for local shelter pets; adoptable cats and dogs will be in the school’s lobby.
Help give Walden, a 5-year-old beagle mix, a forever home and the supplies he needs to have a happy life.
With 30 local merchants under one roof, you’re sure to find unique gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list.
The collection, now in its 23rd year, provides shoes to families in need in the Richmond area through the Salvation Army.
The concert, free for kids and $10 for adults, will expose audiences to a wide variety of classical music and a well-known performer.
The mega-fundraising event has supported dozens of charities and raised over $1.36 million since 2007.
Enjoy delicious Indian cuisine and support a worthy cause at the same time.