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Sept. 7, 2017

Back to School: Ready. Set. Learn!

Getting ready for the new school year takes the collective energies of teachers, families and community members. Each step of the way, the Richmond Fed contributes resources, expertise and support to enhance the educational well-being of our community.

Getting to Know the Richmond Fed

Aug. 7, 2017

Getting to Know the Richmond Fed

Recently, our Bank hosted an event for Richmond-area interns to get to know more about who we are and what we do at the Richmond Fed.

Emily Wavering

July 31, 2017

Baltimore Data Day

More than 100 community development professionals learned about gentrification, displacement and housing instability.

Fed Ambassador

July 11, 2017

Our Employees Help the Public Understand the Fed

Fed Ambassadors help Fifth District community members learn more about the work of the Fed.

photo of Kartik Athreya speaking

July 5, 2017

Economic Outlook: The Short and Long of It

Richmond Fed Research Director Kartik Athreya addressed the Charlotte Economics Club in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 29, 2017.


May 23, 2017

Collaborating for Community Impact

Working with regional partners, the Richmond Fed has helped fill an information gap regarding the Earned Income Tax Credit, a program intended to improve the economic well-being of low- and moderate-income households.

RPS School Board Chair Dawn Page (far left) congratulates Bank representatives upon receiving the award at a recent board meeting.

May 16, 2017

Honor Roll – It’s Not Just for Students

Our Bank’s long-standing partnership with Richmond Public Schools was recognized as part of the Virginia School Board Association’s Business Honor Roll program.

Matt Martin

April 20, 2017

Connecting With Partners on Financial Literacy

Our Charlotte Branch hosted financial literacy programs for North Carolina high school students, educators and community members.

Attendees of the Financial Literacy Workshop

April 10, 2017

Financial Literacy Workshop Focuses on Educators

Our economic education team teaches educators how to use the “Invest in What’s Next: Life after High School” tool.

young child writing

March 27, 2017

Setting A Path For Economic Mobility In Charlotte

Children in low-income communities in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area have among the worst chances in the country to climb the economic ladder.

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Jim Strader
(804) 697-8956
(804) 332-0207 (mobile)

Laura Fortunato
(804) 697-8196
(804) 698-0927 (mobile)