3300 North Market Street • Wilmington, Delaware 19802

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places



We have lost our Grass Cutting Partnership with Department of Corrections

FHRC is requesting resources from City of Wilmington, New Castle County, and State of Delaware officials. Many of their constituents have family members buried at Riverview Cemetery dating back to 1872.

We need your help! Please contact your elected government representatives.

Learn more. . .



June 8, 2019
9:00 am - Noon
Sign in at Visitor Center
The primary project is to remove 1000 American Flags from Veteran gravesites!
Volunteers are also needed to pick up fallen branches and trash, cut low hanging branches, trim
around flat markers.
These tasks support grass cutting efforts!

Snacks & beverages provided

Community Service
and Student Certificates are available
Bring canned or boxed food for
The Resurrection Center (TRC) neighborhood food closet.

W E L C O M E  T O
Historic Riverview Cemetery
Riverview Cemetery, a Victorian garden cemetery, traces its 1872 origin to the benevolent societies of the Knights of Pythias and Independent Order of Odd Fellows. It consists of 42 acres spanning both sides of Market Street in Wilmington, DE. Surrounded by homes, churches, and small businesses, Riverview Cemetery is a beautiful "green space" in the city. This historic, affordable, and active burial ground remains available for people of all social, ethnic, religious, and economic backgrounds.
Please consider donating to Riverview Cemetery now!

Stories of the Stones

Meet some of the people interred at Riverview Cemetery

Rebirth of the
Baby Garden

A volunteer success story

Visit Delaware Grief Consortium at www.degac.org
to find statewide resources