Richmond Symphony Concert Sponsor, Covington Travel

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Proud Supporter of the Arts

Covington Travel is a proud supporter of the arts, education, culture and non-profit organizations in the greater Richmond community.

Josée Covington, President and CEO of Covington Travel has a special affinity for the Richmond Symphony, Richmond Ballet, Rotary Club International,  Virginia Repertory Theatre, and WCVE.

Covington Cares

Covington Cares is a grass-roots employee volunteer committee that supports non-profit causes that are personally meaningful to our staff members. Recent projects include the Holiday Fox Socks, Walk to End Alzheimer’s, ChildFund’s Dream Bike program, Feedmore Peanut Challenge and Go Red Day.

Walk to End Alzheimers 

Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the nation’s number one fundraiser to help those battling with Alzheimer’s. Today over 26,000 individuals in the Richmond chapter have Alzheimer’s. Our support allows the chapter to offer referral services, care consultation, support groups, education and safety programs.

ovington Sponsored Walk to End Alzheizmers November 2018

Covington Cares Raised Over $2,000 for Walk to End Alzheimers


Proud Supporter of the Haiti Project

Covington is proud to support the Haiti Project through our partnership with BCD and the BCD Travel Foundation. Our mission is to offer a high-quality education for children living in extreme poverty in Mirebalais, Haiti, through L’Ecole de Choix (School of Choice).

With an education, they’ll be able to support themselves and their families, to educate their own children, and end the cycle of poverty. The school is active, with 180 children enrolled in grades 1-6.

This Haiti project will give underprivileged children the opportunity to make an extraordinary impact on the social fabric, the economy, the non-profit environment, the business sector and virtually every aspect of the Haitian community.

Learn More & watch this inspiring video!

Haiti Project



Go Red Day 

Go Red Day

Covington Supports Go Red Day to Raise Awareness for Heart Disease in Women.