ReidGoodwin Gives Back This Holiday Season

With the holiday season upon us, the spirit of giving is in full effect here at ReidGoodwin. As in years past, ReidGoodwin will spread cheer by giving back to the local Ronald McDonald House Charity (RMHC) here in Richmond! This week and next, our team members will split up and select items off the various house wish lists (Holiday, Ongoing, and Sibling Center). ReidGoodwin continues to enjoy supporting this foundation while they assist families in their time of need.

The Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms provide families with a “home away from home” and places for them to stay while their young family members are being treated in local hospitals. RMHC was founded in 1974 and now has over 64 various chapters throughout the world, including Richmond, Virginia. The RMHC provides several opportunities to get involved, throughout the country, including volunteering and donating items. Please visit their website to find your local chapter and learn more about how to get involved.

ReidGoodwin is excited to have this opportunity to give back to such a great organization within our local community. We hope that you too will find a way to spread some cheer this holiday season.

ReidGoodwin Reading Corner: October Recipient

Congratulations to Bellevue Elementary School, ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner October Grant Recipients!


For the month of October, the law firm of ReidGoodwin, PLC awarded Bellevue Elementary School the $500.00 Reading Corner Grant! The ReidGoodwin Reading Corner Grant will be used towards purchasing a SMART board for their students to create an enhanced learning experience! As Bellevue’s ongoing initiative to have a SMART board for each grade level, we are excited to see the impact that this will have on the students. Again, congratulations to Bellevue Elementary!

ReidGoodwin, headquartered in Richmond, has a history of community engagement – partnering with the likes of Richmond Animal League (RAL), FeedMore, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), Ronald McDonald House, Safe Harbor, Angel Tree, and more.  Now, more than ever, our communities need responsible corporate citizens that give back to their community. “ReidGoodwin’s Reading Corner” is a natural extension to give back to the children in our community and support the educators and libraries in Richmond’s public schools.

For the month of November, ReidGoodwin will be awarding another $500.00 to a school to be used towards any project or need, such as purchasing new books for the library or new supplies. If your library or school has a specific need please submit a short proposal by Friday, November 30th, 2018.

Interested schools or libraries in the award should submit a brief statement to include a short description of how the money will be used. Proposals can be sent to Gabby Cook at