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As the Virginia Distillery Company’s 2020 Charity Cask Benefit recipient, NCCF receives the net proceeds on every bottle sold from this cask. Makes a great gift!

Why Give?

NCCF has decades of experience helping other LOCAL nonprofits serve
Nelson County residents.

The Need

Half our school children rely on free/reduced cost school meals. Many seniors can’t afford medications. High school students must bypass college due to costs.
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Our Mission

Through its grant-making, NCCF provides financial support to local nonprofits and governmental agencies that aid people in need in Nelson County.
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Our Donors

NCCF relies on generous individual donors, as well as partnering with area businesses and community groups to support fundraisers such as its “Opportunity Ball”.
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Our Beneficiaries

Each year we award thousands of dollars in grants to nonprofits providing health and dental care, feeding the hungry, promoting
education and much more.
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How You Can Give

donate

Whether you donate online or by check, once a year or once a month, every dollar helps us fulfill our mission. Click on the icon above to donate today.

volunteer

Have an interest in helping with one of our fundraisers, or serving on NCCF’s all-volunteer Board of Directors? If so, click on the icon above to volunteer today.

recycle / reuse

Another way to support NCCF is through our vehicle donation program. Click on the icon above to donate your old car cost-free and hassle-free

shop

You can give to NCCF simply by shopping online through Amazon Smile. Click on the icon above to designate NCCF as your charity when ordering
from Amazon

News & Updates

Winter Grants Application Deadline Fast Approaching

NCCF awards grants twice a year, in June and December. The deadline for winter grant applications is December 31, 2020.
NCCF makes grants to local nonprofits (and local chapters of national nonprofits) that support education, seniors, medical/dental care, hunger abatement, substance abuse treatment, refurbishing of substandard housing, and other humanitarian aid. However, we do not make grants for endowments, deficit reduction, and other purposes not covered in our mission. Click here to apply for a grant.

Nelson County Nonprofits Net $36,100 in NCCF Grants for Summer 2020

A good meal and a solid roof over head are must-haves. Also invaluable in this stay-at-home era are esteem building activities for young girls. These and other services were supported in the latest round of grants made by NCCF, which included:

  • The Heritage Center Food Pantry for its monthly distribution of food items to county residents in need.
  • Nelson County Community Development Foundation for emergency home repairs for elderly and disabled residents.
  • CASA of Central Virginia for recruitment of volunteers as Court Appointed Special Advocates for abused and neglected children.
  • Unity in Community for residents needing help paying for rent, utility bills, medical fees, and household and personal items.
  • American Red Cross of Central Virginia to cover the cost of two blood drives in Nelson County.
  • Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline to support scouting activities reconfigured to meet Covid-19 safety precautions.

“There is no question that the current pandemic has placed more pressure on local nonprofits to help our Nelson County neighbors in need,” said NCCF president Peggy Whitehead. “Thanks to generous donations to NCCF, we can continue our grant-making to these organizations.”

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