The seventh award to HRV under the NMTC program brings its allocation total to $310 million for investments in disadvantaged communities throughout the U.S.
The $40,000 grant to the Foodbank from HRV will support the provision of food security assistance to seniors and disabled persons affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
HRV is proud to assist its partners in Grambling, Louisiana in their efforts to provide lunches for at-risk residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SKyPAC has received a $4,000 grant from HRV to provide transportation subsidies to area schools to offset the cost of transporting students to performances.
The new plant expansion will help further upgrade the plant equipment and give the company unmatched capabilities within the aluminum manufacturing industry.
HRV was one of 85 organizations, out of 282 applicants nationwide, that was awarded a portion of the total $3.5 billion in NMTC allocations.
HRV is proud to announce that it has been recognized by the Novogradac Community Development Foundation (NCDF) for its vision and outstanding contributions in the field of community development.
Hampton Roads Ventures (HRV) announces that it has been selected to receive a $60 million Round VII award of New Markets Tax Credits. This is the fourth award of its kind for HRV.
HRV Partners with Alvin Ailey Dancer and the Crispus Attucks Cultural Center to Promote Art of Dance in Norfolk Youth.