Youth Development

Professionals Reaching Out to the Community-PROC Foundation, Inc.

  • Richmond, VA
  • www.procfoundation.org

Mission Statement

To provide a functional and organized means of securing charitable contributions, gifts and endowed funds that will be used to promote community service and positive learning experiences in the Greater Richmond area.

Main Programs

  1. Young Writers Program
  2. Beautillion
  3. Emerging Young Leaders
  4. Senior Citizens Program

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Service Areas

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Virginia

ruling year

1997

Principal Officer since 2015

Self-reported

Hope M. Vaughan

Keywords

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PROC, Beautillion, Senior Citizens, youth development, scholarships, leadership, civic engagement, literacy

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Also Known As

PROC Foundation, Inc.

EIN

54-1837286

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Senior Centers/Services (P81)

ate Grantmaking Foundations (Pri)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

Programs + Results

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Overview

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Professionals Reaching Out to the Community (PROC) Foundation, Inc. is committed to serving two important facets of our community, our youth and our senior adults. Our vision is to create strong leaders by developing leadership skills, encouraging civic engagement, providing scholarships and promoting literacy for youth in the Greater Richmond area. We also strive to enrich the lives of senior adults by providing programs and activities that are designed to enhance their quality of life. Through our various programs, PROC hopes to exceed these important goals: Increase the number and amounts of scholarships awarded to program participants.Increase the number of students who participate in our literacy and leadership programs.Maintain the annual 100% high school matriculation rate of leadership participants.Increase the number of senior adults impacted by the program.Develop strategic business partner(s) to provide additional resources and funding for all programs.

Programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Program 1

Young Writers Program

The Young Writers' ("YW") Essay Contest promotes reading and writing in early education by showcasing the creative talents of Chesterfield County Public Elementary School's 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. Past essay topics have included Anti-Bullying, Healthy Eating and Exercise and Recycling. PROC hosts a Young Writers' Awards Reception to recognize winners and all participants receive a writing journal to encourage them to "keep putting pen to paper."

Category

Education, General/Other

Population(s) Served

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

Program 2

Beautillion

The eight month Beautillion activity targets African-American high school junior and senior males in the Greater Richmond area to provide a structured series of activities for the future leaders to develop socially, culturally and intellectually through leadership workshops, community service projects and cultural events. The 15 annual targeted workshops teach Beautillion participants things like how to "Dress for Success," "Cook with Fathers," "Protect Your Image on Social Media" and "Stay Financially Secure," as well as touring a local college and volunteering to feed the homeless.

Category

Population(s) Served

Blacks

Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Budget

Program 3

Emerging Young Leaders

The Emerging Young Leaders ("EYL") activity works with middle-school girls at L. Douglas Wilder Middle School to deliver leadership development, character building and educational enrichment workshops targeted towards building a generation of successful, educated females in our community. With over 20 targeted workshops annually, EYL participants learn "Study Skills," "Conflict Resolution Techniques," "Self-Esteem/Etiquette" and collect food for the local food pantry.

Category

Youth Development, General/Other

Population(s) Served

Females, all ages or age unspecified

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

Program 4

Senior Citizens Program

The Senior Citizens Project strives to enrich the lives of senior adults within the community. Activities and programs are designed to meet the ever changing needs of this growing population.

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Population(s) Served

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

Virginia

Funding Needs

-Funding for scholarships-Resources to develop and enhance programs-Volunteers facilitate program workshops

Accreditations

Affiliations + Memberships

United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg Partnership Agency

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Professionals Reaching Out to the Community-PROC Foundation, Inc.

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Hope M. Vaughan

BIO

The Foundation is a volunteer organization. The Foundation Chair serves as the Executive Director.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Hope M. Vaughan

Genworth

Term: Mar 2009 - Mar 2016

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