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Volunteer Richmond, Richmond Community Foundation get $150,000 grant

Richmond Community Foundation  chair Sylvia Gwozd, Richmond East MLA Linda Reid, Volunteer Richmond president Mary Kemmis, Richmond-Steveston MLA John Yap, Volunteer Richmond and the Richmond Community Foundation executive director Elizabeth Specht and Richmond Centre MLA Teresa Wat. -
Richmond Community Foundation chair Sylvia Gwozd, Richmond East MLA Linda Reid, Volunteer Richmond president Mary Kemmis, Richmond-Steveston MLA John Yap, Volunteer Richmond and the Richmond Community Foundation executive director Elizabeth Specht and Richmond Centre MLA Teresa Wat.
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Volunteer Richmond Information Services and the Richmond Community Foundation have received a $150,000 grant from the provincial government.

The funding will support the organizations’ new collaborative initiative, Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives, which seeks to transform the philanthropic landscape in Richmond by making it easier to donate both time and financial resources.

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