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2019 Community Impact Grants

The Community Foundation is pleased to announce community impact grants totaling just over $3 million to 83 organizations serving the Richmond region. As it relates to grantmaking, we are focused on activities that are most directly tied to increasing equity and access for low-wealth residents. 

Community impact grants are made possible by donors whose gifts help build a permanent resource to respond to our region’s needs as they change over time, and who have entrusted us to allocate charitable funds on their behalf. They also represent just a portion of the grantmaking that is overseen by the Foundation in a given year, which is why it is imperative that these dollars are well-aligned with our renewed vision – a thriving region where all individuals and families have an opportunity to succeed.

Leadership

Mid-Year Update from CEO Sherrie Armstrong

We have had a fantastic year so far further aligning our internal operations and external strategies to our updated mission and values. Here are a few highlights of the year to date, and a few things we are excited about in the months to come.

Latest Blog

Mental health philanthropy to heal our youth

Mental health philanthropy to heal our youth

Community Foundation intern Amaya Branche recounts her experience in a group therapy session and shares what we can do to support the mental health of our youth.

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.