Giving Back to Our Community
The RVA Group is a proud contributor and sponsor of many great charities and causes in the area. We believe in giving back to our community in ways that will truly make a difference in the lives of those around us. In addition to volunteering our time helping our community, a portion of all sales commissions are donated to the following charities.
For 65 years, SOAR 365 (formerly Greater Richmond ARC) has been helping individuals with disabilities throughout Central Virginia—and their families—in ways that understand their unique challenges and celebrate their unique gifts.
RACC (Richmond Animal Care and Control)
RACC was established as the first city pound June 5, 1902, and since then it has served as the only open admission public shelter in the City of Richmond. They provide humane care for more than 3,000 stray, injured, abused and relinquished pets a year that require immediate care. As an open admission shelter RACC takes in every animal in need in the City of Richmond, including animals that are severely injured or behaviorally unsound. They believe that every life is worth trying to save and we are committed to putting work behind those words.
Gallery5 is an award-winning, community-motivated visual and performing art center that has become a premier arts venue for local and regional audiences. Through extensive collaboration with cultural, educational, environmental and social organizations, Gallery5 continues to broaden demographics by encouraging a more diverse, inclusive, and inspired region of art supporters.
Friends of Campbell County Animal Control
The mission of the Friends of Campbell County Animal Control (FOAC) is to provide support for the animals at the Campbell County Shelter, and end euthanasia of adoptable pets at the shelter. Their goal is to develop a community where all adoptable animals receive the compassion and care needed to find quality forever homes; they are working toward this through fostering, adoptions, preventive health care, citizen awareness, and general support for the animals of Campbell County.