Virginia Home for Boys and Girls (VHBG) is a nonprofit organization that has been serving children in crisis since 1846. In the 1960’s, we stopped operating as an orphanage and now provide transitional living services, specialized education, and therapeutic resources to youth with emotional and behavioral health concerns.

Join us for this important fundraiser – Saturday, April 24 

Family Night in the Outfield at the Diamond

Stretch out with your family and friends in socially distanced pods where you will enjoy a boxed dinner and viewing of the recently released movie Trolls World Tour, a computer-animated jukebox musical comedy film rated PG and enjoyable for all ages. You’ll be on the ground, so bring blankets and/or pillows. No lawn chairs.  Advance purchase online only. Click here for tickets. Tickets not sold at the gate.

Gate opens at 5:30 PM, showtime at 6:30 PM.
The Diamond on 3001 N Arthur Ashe Blvd, Richmond, VA 23230

While we may not be able to take you on a tour of our campus right now due to COVID-19, we can still take you on a virtual tour to show you what your donation makes happen 24/7, COVID or not.

Transitional Living Logo

Our group homes and independent living apartments are located on a 30+ acre park-like campus in Henrico County, Virginia. This neighborhood setting provides ample space for quiet walks or exciting ball games on... Read More
Therapeutic Resources

VHBG provides a continuum of therapeutic services to meet the needs of the youth we serve on campus, as well as those residing in surrounding communities. Nathan was an angry... Read More
Specialized School

Our specialized school is just the right size to teach students with emotional and behavioral challenges that impact their academic success. Ethan had a tough time when it came to... Read More

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Let's make mental health first aid as common as CPR. Check out these training sessions we have to offer.

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Introducing our Independent Living Arrangement

For youth 17-21 who have aged out of traditional foster care, there is hope for their future.

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Celebrating Volunteer Week

Banana Republic/Gap at Stony Point and Short Pump Town Center volunteers give their time, talents, and money. Find out how they give in an especially unique way.

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