About The Enrichmond Foundation
Our mission is to serve the people, parks, and public space of the City of Richmond. Since 1990, we have enacted our mission by supporting The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities through citizen involvement, education, and fundraising.
The most prevailing of these services is acting as an umbrella non-profit organization for over one hundred volunteer groups and special initiatives, or ‘Friends of’ groups.
Our partners include community and civic associations, outdoor enthusiasts, garden and history groups, and other citizen-based groups whose primary interest is to maintain, restore, preserve, or improve Richmond’s public recreational resources.
By affiliating with the Foundation and becoming an official partner, these committed individuals may apply for grants and solicit tax-deductible contributions. In addition, they can lean on us for organizational leadership, resources and networking. The purpose is and has always been to provide a means for citizens to give back to their communities.
Our Enrichmond-Powered Programs
Help Us Continue to Make a Difference
Main office: (804) 234-3905
Ext. 101 - Office Hours/Location
Ext. 102 - General Inquiries and Volunteer Coordinator
Ext. 103 - Finance Manager
Ext 104 - Event Manager
Ext 105 - Evergreen Cemetery
Ext 106 - 17th Street Market Team
Ext 107 - TreeLab
Ext 108 - Operations/Web
Ext 109 - Executive Director
Elizabeth Ann Captain, CPA
Ted Maris-Wolf, Ph.D.
Allyson recently graduated from the College of William and Mary, where she studied Psychology and Sociology. Aside from her time spent in Williamsburg, she has lived in Richmond her entire life, and has a passion for the city's history, as well as its growth and development. She is excited to join the Enrichmond team to help contribute to all of the opportunities that Richmond has to offer!
In her free time, Allyson enjoys spending time with close friends and family and exploring the city.
Aaron McFarland, ISA Certified Arborist
Our Current Board of Directors
The Enrichmond Foundation is governed by a board of directors and works closely with The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities. This relationship began when the Foundation was first established in 1990 with the assistance of the Citizen’s Advisory Board and The Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities.
President - Lesa Williams
Vice President - David Young
Treasurer - Vicky Steinruck
Board Members: Tee Clarkson, Casey Cockerham, Brittany Council, David Kearney, Joel Koci, John Mitchell, Sarah Morton, Cabell Vest, Michael Wallace, Beth Weisbrod
Ex Officio: Dr. Patricia Brown and Dr. Norman Merrifield