The next wave
Who will replace nonprofits' aging contributors?
by Robert Powell
Philanthropy's next generation
Millennials are ready to give but on their own terms. by M.J. McAteer
One-stop shop for giving
Richmond-based PlanG website is expected to engage young donors.
by M.J. McAteer
Gifts beyond the grave
Virginia institutions benefit from couple who died in the 1950s. by Richard Foster
New role for historic site
Moton Museum wants to become an educational resource on civil rights.
by Robin Farmer
Competing to feed the hungry
McDonnell challenges business groups to collect food bank donations.
by Heather B. Hayes
Organizations find creative ways to solve problems. by Donna C. Gregory
Raymond D. Smoot Jr.,
CEO and secretary-treasurer,
Virginia Tech Foundation Inc.
Agent of change
Virginia Tech Foundation has flourished during CEO’s tenure.
by Robert Powell
Charts of major gifts
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE:
Light rail in Norfolk and Tysons Corner attracts new projects.
by Robert Burke
Office of Alex Nyerges
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Prince William County
Stories by Bruce Potter
No bedroom burg
Federal budget cuts could curb Prince William's rapid growth.
Attracting a crowd
Hylton Performing Arts Center used for a variety of events.
Leaders with many talents
Program CEOs combine book knowledge and business savvy.
by Gary Robertson
RESORT PROPERTIES >>
New management for urban resort
Lansdowne morphs from a corporate destination during the week to a family getaway on weekends.
by Elizabeth Cooper
From Charlottesville to Bath County, resorts look for summer travelers and sales. by Elizabeth Cooper
GENERAL ASSEMBLY >>
Closure of 'Amazon loophole' among new business-related laws.
by Jessica Sabbath
All in one place
Enterprise applications not just for corporate giants anymore.
by Richard Foster