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2015: Our Most Impactful Year

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As we reflect on this past year, the word that comes to mind is impactful. At the beginning of 2015, we were engaged in asset-based community development efforts in two neighborhoods. At the end of 2015, we are blessed to be supporting efforts in seven neighborhoods with two more community engagement efforts under development. This rapid expansion in asset-based community development efforts across Metro Richmond is the direct result of the hard work of our community partners who successfully completed both our Mission Shift training programs and the summer Dream Catcher projects. We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to train over 200 church and community leaders in ABCD in 2015. The video below contains the highlights of this past year: The most exciting achievement this year was the expansion of the Dream Catcher project which engaged over 20 neighborhood youth in the community building efforts in their neighborhoods. As a result of their hard work, seven new action teams were formed. These teams are addressing issues of safety, community connectedness, economic revitalization, school strengthening and youth activities. Below is a short video about this project: Additionally, Embrace Richmond turned 10 years old this year and celebrated our 10 year journey with nearly 100 of our closest friends and supporters. We have captured the highlights of this 10 year journey in this video. The amazing year we had would not have been possible without our community partners, our donors, our wonderful staff, the hardworking neighborhood leaders, our board of directors and the countless volunteers who have served so faithfully. Please help us make 2016 even more impactful by...
Embrace Insights: Shady Hill Community Builders Training

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Embrace Richmond had the great opportunity to work with the Shady Hill community last month and introduced them to our community builders training. Members of the community came together to find out what their strengths were and the most effective ways to put these strengths into action and improve their community. After all of our community building training sessions, we ask the participants to let us know what they learned and how their perspectives have changed in result. Here are some of our favorite insights: The most rewarding thing has been to be able to be an active participant with a team to make the community better.   (This training) helped me to see the community I serve in as a place to see the residents grow and develop their gifts.   I feel like the ABCD model can work for any nonprofit that works in the community. We are so proud of the Shady Hill community and look forward to all of the change they will bring to their community. If you are interested in community building training for your community or ministry, e-mail Wendy McCaig at wendy@embracerichmond.org for more...
Embrace Insights: Our First Henrico Partner

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Embrace Richmond had the great opportunity to work with the UUCC of Glen Allen last month and introduced them to our mission shift training. The majority of the group who gathered together to see what mission shift training could do for their ministry thought the opportunity was a rewarding opportunity and opened their eyes to the idea of working “with” their community instead of “for” them. After all of our mission shift training sessions, we ask the participants to let us know what they learned and how their perspectives have changed in result. Here are some of our favorite insights: “I now realize that helping is not always ‘giving.'” “I have a new way of looking at what real help is. It’s facilitating folks in taking ownerships to help themselves.” “It was eye-opening to see social justice work encouraged from bottom up rather than top down.” “It changed me to think less about how it might change me and more about changing the world!” We are so glad that they enjoyed the outcome of their training and are excited to work with UUCC in the future! If you are interested in mission shift training for your community or ministry, e-mail Wendy McCaig at wendy@embracerichmond.org for more...
How We Celebrated Our 10th Birthday

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This past Thursday, Embrace Richmond invited our partners, supporters and friends to help us celebrate the past ten years’ worth of milestones and accomplishments of our organization. The event was hosted at the Firehouse Theater and funded by our generous Board Chair, Don Reich. Two of our newest merchants from Brookland Park Boulevard, Nomad’s Deli and Streetcar Cafe provided the food for the event with an assortment of wraps, sandwiches, wings and platters to make sure no one went hungry.   We hosted a reception for the first hour, which was then followed by a presentation led by our executive director, Wendy McCaig. The presentation featured firsthand stories from those who have been with us since the beginning and those who have joined us over the years to help us grow Embrace Richmond and the communities we work with.   Close to 90 people came to celebrate with us and we couldn’t be more grateful or humbled to have so many people involved with Embrace.   Thank you for a great 10 years and here’s to 10...
Embrace Insights: Mission Shift Training

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Mission Shift Training is designed to help congregations shift their missions approach from doing ministry “for” those in need to doing ministry “with” them. “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” Mission Shift Training goes a step farther and focuses on “changing the condition of the pond.” The training shifts focus from… “Us and them” to “We” “Cause-Focused” to “Community-Based” “Needs” to “Assets” Over the past few months, Embrace Richmond has worked with several ministries throughout the city and heard firsthand how ideas and opinions are changing to make ministries and communities better together. Here are what some recent graduates have to say about the training: Sandy Parker from Skipwith United Methodist Church says, “The recognition of shifting from what I, and the church, can do for a community to what the community can do for themselves has been very enlightening.” Linda Mottley from Beulah United Methodist Church says, “It (the training) has reinforced the fact that we are to work with the people and not for them.” Emily Waller from Beulah United Methodist Church says, “This experience has been rewarding: seeing and hearing about other communities where this has worked, it has built confidence that we can do this too.” We are currently seeking partners to host Mission Shift training workshops in 2016. If you are interested in hosting a Mission Shift Training, click here to learn more.  Or contact Wendy McCaig at...
Meet Dominique

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“Imagine the sidewalk being colorful. In one year, the farmers market will be busy and the windows will be full of stained glass. People can walk around when it’s sunny and see everyone’s artwork lined up along the sidewalk.”    This is Dominique Vicks’s vision for the future.   For the past month, with the help of Embrace Richmond and Nomads Deli, Dominique has been working to develop a young artists cooperative on Brooklyn Park Boulevard. With help and inspiration from Will McGuire and Adella Barrett, the young artists co-op has slowly been making progress to improve the local community. By creating a safe space for young artists to display their artwork, the group hopes to also be a creative and positive influence on Brookland Park Boulevard. To learn more about the Artist Co-op, email Wendy McCaig at...
A Peek at Our Present : The Dreamcatcher Outcomes

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Here are the shared dreams that came out of our summer Dream Catcher projects:  North Central Neighborhood: 1. Healthier educational opportunities for junior high and high school students in the Northside area, starting with a listening project to discover what our students would do to improve their educational opportunities. 2. Micro-enterprise development to help fuel the revitalization of Brookland Park Blvd, starting with a young artist co-op that helps our youth turn their talents into a small micro-business that could potentially draw more residents to Brookland Park. 3. A continued desire for greater community unity including honest conversations about race in our rapidly gentrifying neighborhood, as well as an intentional block-by-block community building effort to help neighbors develop deeper connections with one another.   Broadwater Townhomes: 1. More family friendly activities that help neighbors build relationships, such as cookouts, a community garden, prayer team, parent support group, and play groups. 2. Improved recreational and fitness opportunities, such as a basketball court, better access to the weight room, a boxing club, teen-only swim times, an improved playground, and a lifeguard at the pool. 3. More opportunities for youth to excel, such as a robotics workshop and study groups.   Lincoln Mews / North Oak Apartments:       1. Improved relationships between residents through better conflict resolution and increased respect for one another and the neighborhood in general; starting with a row-by-row connecting strategy to help residents build stronger relationships with one another. 2. More community-wide events, such as cookouts, community conversations, and parent support groups. 3. More opportunities for the youth to engage in positive activities, such as an arts...
Explore the Pages from our Past

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It is so hard to believe we are 10 years old! Embrace Richmond was officially incorporated in 2005 and in the ten years since then we have… 1. 2005: We started the furniture bank in response to a homeless woman’s desire to help other homeless families. This endeavor grew into CARTIAS in 2008. 2. 2009: We started an asset-based citizen-driven community development effort in Hillside Court and built a resident-led association called, The Hillside Court Partnership. We handed off the development work in Hillside Court to the Partnership in 2013 and continue to support their efforts today. 3. 2013: We helped residents on the Northside start the Better Together Food Co-op in partnership with Northminster Church.     4. 2013: We helped to strengthen the Brookland Park Area Association by working in partnership with the merchants on Brookland Park Boulevard. 5. 2014: We launched the Great Neighbor Academy that has trained more than 150 community and congregational leaders in Asset-Based Community Development best practices in its first year. 6. 2014: We developed a youth-led community listening project called Dream Catchers, which we expanded in 2015 by mobilizing youth in seven neighborhoods and working in partnership with six community-based organizations and congregations. 7. Today: We are working in partnership with community-based organizations in five neighborhoods who have committed to strengthening neighborhoods using an asset-based community development approach. The best words to describe our past would be innovative and collaborative. But we aren’t done yet! Want to know what’s next for Embrace Richmond? Join us on November 5th, 2015 as we celebrate the past 10 years and look forward to the next 10. Register HERE today to reserve your...
Events Coming to Northside for Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Interested Neighbors

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From budding young artists to learning about starting your own business to helping strengthen local schools, Embrace Richmond is bringing several opportunities to the Northside community in October. Thursday, Oct. 1st: School Strengthening Project 6:30 p.m., Ginter Park UMC, 1010 W. Laburnum Ave. Led by Essie Reinke, this gathering will focus on the hopes and dreams that students have for their schools and how they can help strengthen Richmond Public Schools. Thursday, Oct. 8: Young Artist Co-op 6:30 p.m., Ginter Park UMC, 1010 W. Laburnum Ave. Led by Dominique Vick, whose goal is to have young artists come together to not only sell their work, but to express themselves artistically. Wednesday, Oct. 21: Micro-Enterprise Development 6:30 p.m., 212 West Brookland Park Blvd. Led by Will McGuire, this is an opportunity to learn more about turning your passion into your own business. Explore with others to have fun, create and innovate together. Contact Will at weagle@gmail.com for more information. Thursday, Oct. 22: CommUnity Unity meeting 6:30 p.m., All Souls Presbyterian Church Led by Anita Johnson, this team will explore how to strengthen the North Central neighborhood through a block club approach. Thursday, Oct. 29: CommUnity Prayer meeting 6:30 p.m., Location TBD Led by Mrs. Lavern Winfree and Angela Jefferson, this team will explore how residents can intentionally pray together for the strengthening of their community. To become a part of these efforts or for more information, contact Wendy McCaig at...