Give Together


The Community Foundation is about connecting people with causes that matter to them.  For many, the joy of philanthropy comes from the people and organizations they are able to meet along the way.  Even if you are not ready to establish your own charitable fund, we offer several opportunities to join with like-minded members of the community to make a difference.  Discover the power of giving together!

Impact 100 Richmond

Initiated by an enthusiastic group of volunteers in 2009, Impact 100 Richmond is a grassroots effort that champions the power of women giving together.  The goal is to change the lives of women and their families by transforming a local nonprofit through a significant, collective financial investment.  Our strategy is simple: 100 women give $1,000 each to create a $100,000 grant to benefit a mutually-selected nonprofit.  More than 100 women are welcome to join, however, and our impact will be that much greater!  Learn more

Richmond Giving Circle

Organized by The Community Foundation in 2007, the Richmond Giving Circle is a dynamic and creative networking group of young professionals under the age of 50 who are interested in learning and giving together.  By pooling knowledge and resources, members can achieve greater impact than they would individually. Members contribute to a common grant pool and support at least one grant annually in a focus area of their own choosing.  Learn more

Ujima Legacy Fund

The 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. Learn more

Youth Philanthropy Project


The Youth Philanthropy Project, a partnership between The Community Foundation and HandsOn Greater Richmond, is led by a committee of area high school students who are responsible for awarding grants, ranging from $500 to $2,500, to support youth-led community service projects.  Learn more