HAMPTON ROADS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Financial Information

Total Assets: $353,390,518 Total Giving: $15,811,676

Area of Service:

Virginia

Areas of Interest:

Not Available

Programs

Dal Paull Grants, Grants to Individuals Program, Nightingale Grants, Scholarships

Grants

The following grants were awarded in 2017: Christ and Saint LGBes Episcopal Church of Norfolk, Virginia – $47,080
First Presbyterian Church Norfolk – $25,000
Joy Ministries Evangelistic Association of Virginia Beach, Virginia – $7,500
Campus CrUSde for Christ – $5,000
American Red Cross of Coastal Virginia – $10,000
Virginia Beach United Methodist Church – $5,000
Court Street Baptist Church – $6,000
St Andrews Episcopal Church – $5,000
Church of the Good Shepherd – $3,850
Covenant Christian School – $5,000

Limitations

Giving in the South Hampton Roads area of VA: the cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk and Isle of Wight County, and the Eastern Shore.
No support for religious activities, scholarly research, national or international organizations or purposes, private primary or secondary schools, or hospitals or similar healthcare facilities.
No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), or for fundraising events, ongoing operating support, endowments, existing obligations, debts, camper fees, fellowships or travel.

Summary

The mission of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation is to inspire philanthropy and transform the quality of life in southeastern Virginia.

Additional

Established in 1950 in VA – In January 2010 the Hampton Roads Community Foundation formed when The Norfolk and Virginia Beach foundations merged becoming the largest grant and scholarship provider in Hampton Roads. The foundation’s roots extend to 1950 when Norfolk civic leaders donated $2,350 to create The Norfolk Foundation — the first community foundation in Virginia. It was started to serve residents of Norfolk and a 50-mile radius. In 1987 civic leaders from Virginia Beach created the Virginia Beach Foundation to provide charitable resources primarily to benefit Virginia Beach residents

Quick Facts Sheet
URL:

www.hamptonroadscf.org

Located in:

Norfolk,

Virginia

United States

Contact Information / Process

Initial Approach: Applicants are strongly encouraged to speak to a program officer prior to submitting a request

Donors & Leadership

Officers and Directors:

LD BRITT, MD DIRECTOR
DEBORAH M DICROCE PRESIDENT & SECRETARY
JANE P BATTEN DIRECTOR
GILBERT T BLAND DIRECTOR
R BRUCE BRADLEY DIRECTOR & CHAIRMAN
JOHN F MALBON DIRECTOR
VINCENT J MASTRACCO, Jr. DIRECTOR
SUSN R COLPITTS DIRECTOR
SHARON S GOODWYN DIRECTOR
SUZANNE PURYEAR DIRECTOR
G ROBERT ASTON, Jr. DIRECTOR & TREASURER
THOMAS R FRANTZ DIRECTOR
JOHN R LAWSON, II DIRECTOR
MILES LEON DIRECTOR
JAMES A SQUIRES DIRECTOR & VICE CHAIR
TIM MCCARTHY CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
LINDA M RICE VICE PRESIDENT OF GRANT MA
SALLY HARTMAN VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS
KAY A STINE VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT

EIN:

542035996

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