We are so excited to bring legacy back for the 2nd year!

Our 2021 inaugural kickoff  was a huge success, and 2022 promises to be even better!

During the third week in July, we celebrate the legacy of Maggie L Walker and the  anniversary of the St.  Luke Legacy Center’s inception in the historic  St. Luke Building located in the Jackson Ward neighborhood of Richmond, VA. In addition to promoting our initiatives to support the mental, emotional,  social, physical and financial well being of the community, we also take this week to celebrate the birthday of Maggie L. Walker. 

Join us, as we partner with some amazing local entrepreneurs who embody Walker's legacy to bring a week full of festivities! 


Thank You To Our Sponsors!

Be on the lookout for how YOU can get involved with creating legacy for Legacy Week 2022!

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Your Crown

Heatherly Banks joined us to talk about what #BalanceYourCrown means to her as a self made viral entrepreneur at this in-person WOMEN'S ONLY #SelfCareSunday event.



We talked all things wealth and real estate and how to use both to build legacy on this virtual workshop. We heard from Fanaysha with Believe in Your Budget and VanNeisha, Your Legacy Realtor.


Book Reading

Randy Wilson from the "Randy Wilson Podcast" sat down with author and serial entrepreneur George Johnson as he discussed his debut book Double Crossed. We got to sit in on the live interview and podcast recording!


Wellness Wednesday Expo

We opened up our Jackson Ward location for a day full of wellness services from some of our favorite practitioners in the city... Everything from yoni steams to acupuncture!

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Maggie L
Walker Birthday

We took our kids on a tour of Evergreen Cemetery with Enrichmond Foundation and celebrated Maggie L. Walker's birthday by cleaning up her gravesite and the surrounding areas. In the evening, we joined Ceonna Samuels from Certified Scholars for a virtual bedtime story.


Health Panel

This panel connected the dots from our communities, to our families, and our mental health... and how to overcome that generational trauma. Our panelists were the Board of SLLC: Korinn Y. Carter, Nikki Shaw, George Johnson, and Tarin Carter. Moderated by: Mecca Williams.


Kidpreneur Fair

Sponsored by Cantu For Kids, many came to support our Kidpreneurs that presented their businesses! They were able to shop with our kid vendors, visit the Cantu Braid Bar for a FREE braided style, and have professional headshots taken!