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Community Vitality is one of the four focus areas of the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation.

The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation has awarded millions in grants to nonprofit organizations to support programming that fosters an appreciation of diversity, revitalizes neighborhoods, and ensures a vibrant community life through support of cultural endeavors.

Some of our recent grant recipients include:

  • Elegba Folklore Society (Virginia) to host four annual festivals, including Juneteenth, A Freedom Celebration; Down Home Family Reunion, A Celebration of African American Folklife; Capital City Kwanzaa Festival; and the Black Book Expo, A Conscious Literary Festival.

  • Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum (South Carolina) will support the design and creation of educational KidsArt Programs designed to complement the exhibition Lifting Black Voices | The Rhodes Collection of African American Art.

  • Friendship Circle of Virginia (Virginia) will present the 2nd Annual Disability Inclusion Day at The Diamond to build community relationships and welcome the disability and mental health communities and their loved ones to enjoy America's pastime and experience a baseball game together in a supportive, inclusive environment.

  • Girl Scouts of North Carolina Coastal Plains (North Carolina) will support high-quality, engaging STEM programming for girls, in turn empowering girls to realize their potential to be the STEM workers and leaders of the future.

  • Increasing H.O.P.E. (South Carolina) in support of the Business Success Center serving the South Carolina Tri-County region to offer an innovative program to serve low-wealth individuals including minorities, women, and veterans to help them access mentorship, business analysis technical tools, a business incubator collaborative community, and capital infusions to position and prepare their business for growth opportunities.

  • Liberation Veteran Services (Virginia) will support the construction of Veterans Village and transitional housing units for veterans experiencing homelessness.  

  • National Wreaths Across America (Virginia) will support the 32nd year that wreaths will be placed on the grave markers of our fallen American veterans and their family members laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery to remember and thank them for their service and sacrifices made to protect our freedoms.

  • Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts (North Carolina) brings an annual series of high quality and diverse performing arts concerts to the residents of the Outer Banks and provides opportunities for youth to participate in the arts.

  • Pochahontas Reframed Film Festival (Virginia) will present the 7th annual festival which aims to raise awareness about Native American language, cultures, and societies through films that share Native American perspectives. 
 

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