A Bright Future Serving the Community
Celebrating 40 Years of Serving Our Communities
Since 1978, Keiter has focused on serving Richmond's not-for-profit organizations as advisors and supporters. Our team takes active roles in community organizations, not just as members, but as leaders. We are excited to continue and expand our support and commitment to the Richmond community in the years to come.
On our 40th anniversary, we take a look back at 40 organizations that work to make our community a special place to work and live.
Scott McAuliffe fundraises for the Light the Night Event with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Gary Wallace participating in the JDRF One Walk. Gary serves on the board.
Amy Menefee started her own organization, Charitable Souls Foundation.
Andrew Sledd serves on the JMU Alumni board.
Chris Wallace volunteering as a coach and Finance Committee member at St. Bridget's School.
Denise Holmes serves as Treasurer on The Community Tax Law Project board.
Doug Nickerson is a financial and event supporter of the March of Dimes.
Mike Gracik serves as Chairman of the Board of Massey Cancer Center.
Keiter is a proud supporter of the World Pediatric Project.
Paul Heckman and the Keiter team supporting Hanover Tavern.
Harold Martin is an adjunct instructor at the College of William & Mary.
Ann Ramage volunteering at the Richmond Animal League.
Preparing meals for the community at Feed More.
Jacob Favaro is an active member in the South Richmond Rotary.
Jon Derrenbacker during No Shave November, raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Amanda Gill organizing a Keiter dinner for The Doorways.
Vince Nadder volunteering with St. Anthony's Church at the Lebanese Food Festival.
Keiter is a proud sponsor of the Richmond SPCA.
Matt Austin is on the local chapter's National Multiple Sclerosis Society board.
Pitching in at the Habitat For Humanity Chesterfield Restore.
John Kent serves as a Richmond representative of the Hokie Club.
Smiling faces making lunches and activity packs at the Ronald McDonald House.
Ryan Beethoven-Wilson is a member of the Chesterfield Education Foundation.
Maintaining the grounds to prepare for the Lewis Ginter holiday festivities.
Making warm blankets for St. Joseph's Villa.
Zach Webber serves on the board of Autism Society Central VA.
Keiter is a proud sponsor of the Valor awards.
Helping out at Habitat for Humanity Richmond
Keiter is a proud sponsor of StartUp Virginia.
Richard Lewis serves on the board of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Richmond.
Matt McDonald volunteers with his local Boy Scout Troop.
Fonda Lang is an advocate for adopting families and volunteers for Families of the China Moon.
Janet Snellings organizing meals for Operation Drumstick to donate.
Tom Denson serves on the board of the Great Aspirations Scholarship Program Richmond.
Keiter is a proud sponsor of the Women & Wellness Forum Series.
Keiter is a proud sponsor of the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation.
Julie Gustavsson, an advocate for accessible higher education, serves on the board of Reynolds Community College.
Toby Leslie serves on the board of Junior Achievement of Central Virginia.
Jen Flinchum proudly supports IMPACT100 Richmond.
Ginny Belcher serves as the treasurer of the Battersea Foundation.
Carroll Hurst is a long-time supporter of Richmond Ballet.
Brett Sinsabaugh and Zach Webber are supporters of the American Heart Association.
Working in the bear enclosure at Maymont.
Keiter's yearly tropical shirt contest to benefit the charity of choice for the winner.