Support Heartwood Grove


Volunteer your time or make a donation.

Heartwood Grove School welcomes your financial support in pursuing our mission. We are a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. You may make a donation online by clicking the donate button below or by mailing a check to: 

Heartwood Grove School     PO Box 17644     Richmond, VA 23226.

To make an online donation please click here. We appreciate your generosity.

Our Development Funds:

  1. General/Annual Giving funds the necessary immediate financial needs of running the school, including administration costs, general materials, supplying classroom equipment such as science and language labs. Donating to this fund allows us to allocate funds where we need them the most. 
  2. Capital Fund for the purchase of our own facility and renovations to our existing site.
  3. Global Education Fund to help expand our language departments and fund International Immersion Exchange Learning Trips with host families and school visits such as a Paris/Switzerland/United Nations trip - $3500 for one a full scholarship. See number 7.
  4. Scholarship Fund
  5. Arts Fund provides equipment and arts programs in dance, theater, music, and fine arts and textile arts. Our current equipment wish list of items: 10 shimpo pottery wheels, 3 sewing machines, and dance studio equipment - mirrors and bars
  6. Playground and Garden Fund for needed revamping of our playground
  7. Field Trip Fund, especially for longer overnight stem science or history related trips.  Trips have included  Montreal and Puerto Rico, and a history trip to DC. In the future we will look at trips farther afield.

We also warmly welcome and seek interested volunteers willing to further the pursuit of our Mission. We seek volunteers with expertise in language immersion, the arts, fundraising, and development, as well as interested parents and others with a similar educational vision.

Our Strategy

  1. To seek international bi-lingual faculty and staff with international experience and/or faculty with expertise in the arts.  Faculty will work collaboratively, encouraging language faculty to be supportive of the arts and to encourage arts faculty to broaden their international understanding with language course development and travel opportunities.
  2. To partner with the Greater Richmond Arts Community
  3. To locate a sister partner school or schools in French, Spanish, German speaking regions, or other countries.
  4. To market the school.  

We desire students to experience international language immersion exchanges in elementary, and middle school which may include service opportunities or individual study, or a possible semester exchange with a sister school.

Please contact us if you would like to get involved.