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Nicholas County Community Foundation connects charitable giving with a permanent source of funds to ease
local needs while enriching the community for today and tomorrow.
2020 Community Impact Grants
On behalf of its Board of Directors, the Nicholas County Community Foundation announced their 2020 Grant Recipients on Friday, November 13 through an SCTV “Go Live” Facebook event from GDB. Live for this announcement were Board President Jay Borrell, Board Member Benjean Rapp and Executive Director Tamara Mullins. This year, the NCCF was able to provide over $150,000 to local organizations through our competitive grant process, donor advised, donor directed, field of interest, unrestricted and emergency COVID-19 funds. “The Grants and Scholarships awarded by the Nicholas County Community Foundation are the result of a very generous group of families and organizations that make up our fund holders. I am very thankful for our fund holders and the love they show for our county and its people through their giving”, says Borrell. READ MORE
Community impact grants are made possible by donors whose gifts help build a permanent resource to respond to our region’s needs as they change over time, and who have entrusted us to allocate charitable funds on their behalf. They also represent just a portion of the grantmaking that is overseen by the Foundation in a given year, which is why it is imperative that these dollars are well-aligned with our renewed vision – a thriving region where all individuals and families have an opportunity to succeed.
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2020 Grant Totals
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Nicholas County Community Foundation
PO Box 561
Summersville, West Virginia 26651