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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.

Remembering Darcy Oman

We are saddened to share that our former President & CEO, Darcy Oman, passed away on Friday, March 29. She will be remembered for her outstanding work ethic, her entrepreneurial spirit and her unwavering belief in the power of collective philanthropy to improve the quality of life in the Greater Richmond region. 

Over the course of her 30-year career with the Foundation, Darcy aligned people, ideas and resources to touch nearly every aspect of community life in the Richmond region, from arts and education to health and homelessness. We will honor her legacy in the best way we know how — by building a culture of philanthropy and service that empowers people to make a difference in our community.


Q&A with new board chair

We are pleased to introduce Dr. Pamela Royal as our new board chair, a role she will hold through 2020. Recently, we had the chance to ask her about her inspirations and what fuels her optimism for our future.

Latest Blog

Facilitating change in workforce development

Facilitating change in workforce development

By working together, organizations can amplify their impact — but coalition work can be complex. Richmond's emerging workforce development coalition shares how an independent facilitator has helped transform their collaboration.

Featured News 

Community Foundation Announces 2019 Community Impact Grants

July 9, 2019

We are pleased to announce Community Impact grant awards for 2019, totaling just over $3 million to 83 organizations across the region.

Impact 100 Richmond celebrates 10th anniversary by awarding $125,000

May 20, 2019

Impact 100 Richmond celebrated 10 years of collective giving to Richmond nonprofit initiatives by awarding its 15th $100,000 transformational grant and a new $25,000 place-based grant at its Big Give celebration on May 14th.