Leadership Class to Work on Projects with Four Area Nonprofits

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (NEWSPLEX) -- The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the Leadership Charlottesville Class of 2016 is joining as partners with four area nonprofits to complete community service projects.

Bridge Progressive Arts Initiative, City of Promise, Foothills Child Advocacy and the Jefferson School City Center presented project ideas that were adopted by the Leadership Charlottesville class to be completed by April.

The class, chamber members and the community will get reports on the projects as they progress.

The Leadership Charlottesville Class of 2016 is made of representatives for a variety of fields throughout the community including realtors, law enforcement, local businesses, media, and nonprofits.

Other projects that were considered came from the Albemarle Housing Improvement Program, the American Red Cross-Shenandoah, Community Mental health and Wellness Coalition, and The Haven.

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