Richmond wants to give you gift cards for your guns

View the WRIC article on Richmond's gun buyback program, along with RISC's comment on the program's effectiveness by clicking here.  


Despite community concerns, Richmond hopeful gun buyback program will reduce violence

Click here to read the WTVR article on RISC's response to Richmond's gun buyback program.


Richmond City Council approves gun buyback program

Check out the WTVR article on the Richmond Gun Buyback Program and It's Disadvantages by clicking here.  


Would a gun buyback help curb violence in Richmond?

Would a gun buyback help curb violence in Richmond?  Click here to read RISC's response!


Proposed city budget includes help for aging mobile homes and examination of real estate taxes

Check out the Richmond Free Press article covering help for aging mobile homes by clicking here.  


A Mother’s Day gift

Check out the Richmond Free Press article covering gun violence intervention by clicking here.


VCU Receives Grant to Curb Gun Violence in Richmond

Check out the Commonwealth Times article on VCU's Nearly $1 Million Federal Grant to Curb Gun Violence in Richmond by clicking here.

 


Mayor Stoney unveils city's final report on gun violence during roundtable

Check out the Richmond Free Press article covering the city of Richmond's final report on gun violence by clicking here.


VCU Receives $996,000 Federal Grant for Gun Violence Prevention

Check out the Richmond Free Press article covering Congressman A. Donald McEachin presenting a $996,000 grant to VCU for its RVA Gun Violence Prevention Framework by clicking here.  


“We try to keep the water out”: Richmond mobile homes in desperate need of repairs

Check out the ABC 8 story covering our Nehemiah Action 2022 / Healthy Homes issue  campaign, by clicking here!


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