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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.

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

The Gay Family Gives Back During the Holidays

The Gay Family Gives Back During the Holidays

The Kingsbery W. and Carla C. Gay Family Fund was established in 2016 by the Gays’ four children – Tom, Bery, Bill and Charlotte. Together, they were looking for a way to honor their parents’ memory and their love of arts and music, the Chesapeake Bay and education, especially in the arts.

Featured News 

Black-Led Social and Racial Justice Fund Launched with $1M Investment

November 19, 2020

Local Leaders Create Long-Term Resources for Equity in Richmond

Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund Announces $382K in Support to Childcare & Early Education

November 11, 2020

Childcare and early education centers are under more pressure than ever. To support this vitally important sector, the Central Virginia COVID-19 Response Fund announces investments of over $382,000 into Greater Richmond’s nonprofit early education and childcare providers.