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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...

Statement on the Murder of Black People The Board of Directors of NCCF, Inc. stands in solidarity with the “Statement on the Murder of Black People” posted by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation.

NCCF awards $82,600 in Grants for Winter 2019 Cycle

Rural medical care, medication assistance, and college preparation activities top the list of services supported by nonprofits receiving this round of NCCF grants. The Blue Ridge Medical Center’s Rural Health Outreach Program received a grant to continue delivering...

It took more than a little dexterity to create sourdough bread from scratch. But six lucky women including NCCF board members Donna McCurdy, Vicki Sabin, and Sue Klett, plus three guests, learned the basics under the tutelage of artisanal bread baker Heather Coiner....

Brain Injury Outreach Program Launches in County

The BridgeLine, a case management, and residential and day program provider for adults with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), has launched an information outreach program in Nelson County, thanks to a grant from NCCF. TBI’s are commonly caused by falls, auto accidents,...

MAP Helps Put Young Client Back on Track

Another NCCF grantee, The Blue Ridge Medical Center’s Medication Assistance Program, is credited with helping a 26-year old Nelson County resident get back on her feet and back to work. The NCCF grant was applied to MAP’s RxRelief program, which helped the young woman...