THE TIRAMISU FOR BREAKFAST SCHOLARSHIP
Christina is a proud alum of VCU's Robertson School of Media & Culture. She also teaches at the Robertson School, having taught classes such as Content, Completeness, and Professionalism.
The Tiramisu For Breakfast Scholarship supports students in Public Relations, Journalism & Advertising who wish to become involved in their local industry community through conferences and networking events. You can support the scholarship by buying a TFB t-shirt here.
“I cannot do all the good that the world needs.
But the world needs all the good that I can do.”
― Jana Stanfield
"No one has ever become poor by giving."
― Anne Frank
"The Richmond Performing Arts Alliance is an organization whose mission is to provide diverse local and world-class performing arts, transformative arts education experiences for students of all ages, and inspirational venues - all to strengthen the cultural and economic vitality of the Greater Richmond Region."
Christina served on the Richmond Performing Arts Alliance (then Richmond CenterStage Associates) board for 3 years.
CelebrateRVA, an organization committed to throwing birthday parties for disadvantaged children. Some of the children touched by this group have never celebrated a birthday before and had to have the act of blowing out candles shown and explained to them. I’m so excited to work with CelebrateRVA and be a small part of bringing them joy. Christina served on Celebrate RVA's junior board. We encourage you to read up on what they’re doing and volunteer to attend a party if you can.
"The Richmond SPCA, founded in 1891 in Richmond, is a non-profit, no-kill humane organization dedicated to the principle that every life is precious." We love supporting the Richmond SPCA, since it is an organization that is very close to our hearts. Our agency mascot, Kitty, was adopted from the SPCA and is considered a "foster failure." (Although foster care begins as a temporary refuge for a homeless pet, some foster volunteers become so closely bonded with the animal that they can’t bear to return the pet and decide instead to adopt. It may be dubbed a “foster failure,” but it’s really the best kind of success: a lifelong, loving home for a formerly homeless pet.)
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES
"Ronald McDonald House Charities®of Richmond is an independent, non-profit chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities®, providing a “home-away-from-home” for families with children receiving care at local medical facilities through our Ronald McDonald House® on Monument Avenue. They also support a number of in-hospital programs."
Christina serves on the marketing committee for the Ronald McDonald house, and TFB loves supporting the charity through our client partnership with Richmond's 68 McDonald's franchises.