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Together, we do more good.

We can achieve greater impact for our region when we work together. Learn about the many ways you can partner with the Community Foundation to make a difference.

Standing Together 

The greater Richmond region and communities across the nation are confronting two crises – the novel coronavirus, which continues to disproportionately impact people of color, and racism, which has afflicted our country for generations. People are hurting. We feel it. 

We are grieving the senseless loss of George Floyd in Minneapolis and others who came before him. Our grief, pain, and frustration are evident throughout our nation and calls us to come together to address inequitable systems and injustice. We are propelled to solution by creating platforms to elevate this conversation so that we can educate and empower our respective communities. 

Leadership

Giving Together Initiatives

We are creating and cultivating collaborative funding initiatives with our community partners. Join us in learning about and supporting these critical efforts that are offering solutions to complex issues facing our region.

Latest Blog

Giving Black: Greater Richmond underscores passion  and promise of Black philanthropy

Giving Black: Greater Richmond underscores passion and promise of Black philanthropy

Giving Black: Greater Richmond provides insight into trends, capacity and impact of Black philanthropists in the region. The study creates opportunities for building a more inclusive culture of philanthropy and apply a new lens of lived experience to address historic racial and social disparities.

Featured News 

Community Impact Grants 2020

July 29, 2020

The Community Foundation for a greater Richmond awards annual Community Impact grants to support local nonprofits whose strategies and outcomes align with the Foundation’s four focus areas.

Humana Foundation and Facebook contribute combined $600,000 to Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund

May 20, 2020

Grants awarded exceed $2.5 million; Focus expands to include longer term recovery