In 1989, longtime Richmond newspaperman Ross Mackenzie was diagnosed for the first time with lymphoma. Thirty years later, he has penned a love letter to the MCV Campus.
This month we completed our latest Chronicle of Giving magazine. This issue includes some of the most inspiring stories about our donors, whose philanthropic support saves, improves and changes lives on the MCV Campus at VCU Health.
Each year, we are thankful for the support of the many individuals who invest in great care, research and education on the MCV Campus.
Both Don and Michele Romano, M.D., found IRA Charitable Rollovers a great way to support their favorite charity.
MCV Foundation Lifetime Honorary Trustees Recognized for Lifetime Achievement on National Philanthropy Day
On Nov. 14, Judy Collins, RN, WHNP, and Joe Teefey received well-deserved recognition for their decades of work making Central Virginia a safer, healthier place to live.
The inspiring story of Carlyn Dalness's parents — and of the gift that will support researchers and students for decades — begins more than 80 years ago on the cusp of World War II.
In October, VCU Health System Orchestra members donned costumes and played selections from superhero movies, Phantom of the Opera and pop culture.
The performance was the first of the 2019-2020 season and the first in a new partnership with Firehouse Theatre.
An expert panel from the VCU School of Medicine showcased the excellent care and research for mental health conditions available on the MCV Campus during the foundation's Discovery Series Williamsburg event.
This year marks a transition in board leadership at the MCV Foundation. In one of his last acts as board chair at the June board meeting, Harry Thalhimer passed the gavel to Wyatt Beazley IV.
Alumnus Charlie Teaters, M.D., has found a unique way to give back to the MCV Campus that not only helps future doctors studying at his alma mater, but reignites the campus’s contributions to Charlie.
A unique and enduring bequest continues to support junior faculty research on the MCV Campus. The latest Blick Scholars are engaged in compelling research that will help advance the future of great patient care.
Finding Passion, Taking Action: Why Business Partners Decided to Encourage Giving at Their Workplace
Since the facility opened in 2018, Keith Middleton and Rich Reinecke have supported VCU Health's Virginia Treatment Center for Children through fundraising and outreach at their business and beyond.