A statement from Cynthia Haden, the chair of the Richmond Main Street Initiative Board of Directors:
Greetings from the Board and staff of the Richmond Main Street Initiative!
2014 is almost over and boy has it been a big one, full of tremendous excitement and positive happenings in downtown. Today we invite you to check out our accomplishments and ensure even more impactful work in 2015 by making your end of year donation to Richmond Main Street Initiative.
In 2014, Richmond Main Street Initiative:
We have made great strides in revitalizing downtown by increasing foot traffic and engaging stakeholders. We are working diligently to attract more businesses to downtown and we are proud to announce that there are many promising opportunities on the horizon.
But there is more work to be done and we can’t do it alone.
Your support will help us build a healthy, vibrant downtown in 2015 and beyond.
Join our efforts by making your gift today.
Cynthia Haden, Chair
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