Grants were awarded to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, the Haven, Great Expectation and the Charlottesville Free Clinic.
“This is to try to have a piece of everything to really showcase the breadth of what goes on at the University,” Hepler said.
Adams said the centralized planning of the center makes it a valuable space for patients and staff.
Much of Midland’s lecture focused on the national security, economics and evolving identities of China and Japan and their relationship to the western hemisphere.
Among the attendees of the event was former University president John Casteen, who spoke about the current state legislature’s standing on the proposed funding for the Alderman Library renovation.