The Neighborhood Resource Center needs your support! The NRC is a non-profit cultural arts and education organization that relies upon charitable donations from you.
The NRC is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization. We are seeking monthly sustainer donors, as well as annual and annual donors. The dollars that you donate to the NRC are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Many Ways to Give
1. Donate online by clicking the “Donate” link. This will take you to our online form. All transactions are secure. You can use your credit card. Enter into the form the amount you want to give. We will mail you a letter of acknowledgement at the mailing address or email you provide. Please consider a monthly donation.
Click here to donate online!
2. Mail Your Donation:
Neighborhood Resource Center
1519 Williamsburg Road
Richmond, Virginia 23231
(Please make checks payable to the “Neighborhood Resource Center”.)
3. Donate Often – Monthly sustainer donors allow us to budget. Choose the Donate link above to sign up and give monthly.
4. Make a Memorial or Tribute Gift – Celebrate the life of a special family member or friend with a memorial or tribute gift. Contact the NRC development office at 804-864-5797 for more information about planning a unique gift that honors your loved one.
5. Make a Planned Gift – By working with your financial planner or tax adviser, you can designate the Neighborhood Resource Center as a beneficiary, or establish a charitable gift annuity or charitable trust. Not only will this help to ensure the NRC’s longevity, but you and your family may receive tax benefits as well.
NRC has been the recipient of many awards and gifts from prominent philanthropic organizations. Among them are:
The Community Foundation of Richmond /
Stettinius Fund for Nonprofit Leadership Award
The Stettinius Fund for Nonprofit Leadership was created to develop effective leadership within the local charitable sector by cultivating nonprofit professionals who have demonstrated the potential to be change agents in our community.
Mary Lou Decossaux, Neighborhood Resource Center (2008)