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Giving Circles

The Community Foundation is about connecting people with causes that matter to them. We offer opportunities for donors to explore their common interests, pool resources and make a greater difference. Discover the power of giving together!

 ouRVA Collective

ouRVA Collective membersouRVA Collective’s mission is to benefit the Richmond community by empowering its next generation of philanthropists, ages 21 and older, through education, volunteerism, community building, and collective giving. Through an annual monetary contribution from each member, ouRVA Collective makes a grant each year to a deserving nonprofit organization.

Visit the ouRVA Collective website.

Ujima Legacy Fund

Ujima Legacy Fund is a giving circle created by and for civic minded African American men to have a greater philanthropic impact in the Metro Richmond community. Members contribute a minimum of $1,100 to participate in an investment pool to be awarded to one nonprofit.

Join the Ujima Legacy Fund.

Support the Ujima Legacy Endowment Fund.


SisterFund is a giving circle established by civic minded African American women to have a greater philanthropic impact on the quality of life for African American women and girls in the Metro Richmond community. Members contribute a minimum of $1,100 to participate in an investment pool to be awarded to one nonprofit.

Learn more about SisterFund.

Mathews Women's Giving Circle

The Mathews Women’s Giving Circle is a group of like-minded, purpose-driven women who share a common interest in supporting the needs of their community through philanthropy and collective giving. Its mission is to support the well-being of women and families in Mathews County.

Learn more about Mathews Women's Giving Circle.

Impact 100 Richmond

In 2009, Impact 100 Richmond partnered with the Community Foundation to launch a new and innovative collective giving option for Richmond area women. During this time, we have built relationships with over 1,200 individuals, households, and organizations, and combined our time and resources to award just over $2 million to nearly 40 local organizations. At this time, Impact 100 Richmond is prepared to take its next step to further growth by transferring its fiscal sponsorship, including membership and grant management, to another platform. Members can rest assured that they will continue to receive the same benefits they have come to expect. At the same time, our relationship with the Community Foundation will continue through their ongoing management of the Impact 100 Richmond endowment.

To make a donation to Impact 100 Richmond, please visit our new website.

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