Evergreen Cemetery Awarded UNESCO Designation

Richmond Dog Festival

AfroFest RVA 2019: August 31

Apply to Receive Free Trees!

Historic Evergreen Cemetery Awarded National Trust Grant

For over 28 years, the Enrichmond Foundation has supported Richmond governmental agencies by activating citizen involvement, education, and fundraising.

Enrichmond acts as an umbrella non-profit organization for over eighty volunteer groups, special initiatives, and "Friends of" groups we call Partners. We help provide an increased level of accountability and transparency when and where private donations are made and assist in bridging the gap between our volunteer groups and local government agencies.

Enrichmond is responsible for stewarding and activating Richmond public spaces through conservation and programming. At Historic Evergreen and East End Cemeteries, Enrichmond is protecting and restoring the environment and facilitating engagement opportunities for the public. Our TreeLab program is growing trees and beautification plants for use throughout the city. Enrichmond’s events and programs, such as the Richmond Dog Festival, encourage community connection to public spaces.

Upcoming Events


AfroFest RVA

Aug 31st @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Richmond Dog Festival 2018

Richmond Dog Festival

Sep 21st @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

7th Annual Mayor’s Centenarian Celebration

Sep 21st @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Latest News


Invasive Plant Alert: Wavyleaf Grass

Wavyleaf grass, a highly invasive plant species, has been found in a new location in Virginia. Recently a small patch was discovered in the Historic Evergreen Cemetery in the City of Richmond. TreeLab staff identified the patch and alerted the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, who came to the site and confirmed the ID.…


Welcome, Genifer!

Genifer Ross is the new Volunteer and Community Outreach Coordinator for Enrichmond’s Family of Volunteers. She is a Mississippi native with a strong background in volunteerism and community engagement. She comes to Enrichmond from Health Brigade and is an AmeriCorps VISTA alumna. She is excited to work with each volunteer at Enrichmond. To volunteers, from…


What is Botanical Art?

A blog series by Plants of the James River Project Blog 7: What is Botanical Art? I have been writing about Newton Ancarrow and our project in this blog series. But I’ve never specifically discussed botanical art. There are many misunderstandings about botanical art. In order to understand what it is, I must make a distinction…

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