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What We Do

River City Loves Kindness is a 501C3 nonprofit that funds local nonprofit organizations serving older Virginians in the City of Richmond and Greater Richmond area. We focus our funding on local organizations that are having day-to-day impact on the lives of elderly Virginians. Our goals are to: 

  • Support quality care for elderly Virginians 

  • Provide a web-based resource to gather information about: Medicare and supplemental insurance providers, preserving independent living resources and other information sources for the elderly and aging citizens.

  • Improve the day-to-day experience of elderly Virginians

  • Bring light and love to those in our midst in our community

Why We Do It

How We Raise Funds

River City Loves Kindness is funded by private donations from people who care throughout Central Virginia and by charitable gaming nights held every Friday night at Pop's Bingo Halllocated at 210 Giant Drive Richmond, Virginia 23224. The phone number at the hall is 804-232-2000. 

  • Every Friday night proceeds from the games benefit older Virginians in the RVA area

  • Game Time  is 7pm (doors open at 5:00 p.m.) 

  • We play Early Birds and Regular Games for $100.00, FIVE $500.00 Games Guaranteed, Lucky7 and Jackpot $1000.00. We guarantee lots of FUN and instant games too! Come PLAY & WIN with RCLK Bingo! 

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email Ann at

Our organization was started in memory of our founder Ann Quiring's parents, Ed and Priscilla Condyles. 

Priscilla was diagnosed with ALS in 2012 after two years of countless medical appointments. Once she was referred to the ALS clinic at the UVA medical center, she received wonderful care that added to her quality of life.

Ed passed away from heart failure after years of requiring many heart surgeries at the  McGuire VA hospital. Ann believes that the kindness and quality care he received at McGuire VA hospital added ten years to his life.

Ann felt fortunate to be her parents helper and guide during these years. There were always days of unrest, frustration, sadness, but also comic relief and joy over the smallest victories or hurdles avoided. Ultimately these experiences built Ann's passion for ensuring that elders in our community live with dignity, happiness and the help they need to navigate complex issues related to aging and health.

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