For over 30 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 Earth Day of Service, encourage community connection to public spaces.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization. Since 1990, the Enrichmond Foundation has committed to preserving our great region, protecting the outdoors, and most importantly, building a solid community that…
The Enrichmond Foundation utilizes a couple of unique environmental protection tools to protect public land, tree canopy, and to fund our conservation projects. Conservation easements and carbon credits allow us…
Please join the Department of Historic Resources and the Enrichmond Foundation on October 23, 2020 for a public hearing to discuss the discovery of human remains at East End Cemetery.