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Nelson County Farmers and Workers Join Forces to Fight COVID

Pick up a firm, tart apple or a plump, juicy peach at the local farmers market and you might consider the hard work that went into producing that bounty. Over this last year, Nelson County growers and the seasonal farmworkers they depend on worked extra hard to...

Attention Grantees: A New Avenue For Funding

Looking for additional sources of funding? NCCF urges grantees to get involved in this new, regional data-sharing network. The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, The United Way, The Equity Center, and Thriving Communities Group have teamed up to create an open-source,...

NCCF Awards Record Grant Monies to Support Local Nonprofits

This week, the all-volunteer, nonprofit Nelson County Community Fund, Inc. (NCCF) awarded $129,610 to 14 nonprofit organizations that support Nelson County residents. Both the award total and the number of organizations given grants surpassed NCCF’s previous awards....

Sickle Cell Awareness/Blood Drive is a Huge Success

A recent local blood drive that also raised awareness of the need for donors to fight Sickle Cell anemia was a big success. Funded by a grant from NCCF, the event drew more than 30 donors and collected enough units of blood to save more than 72 lives, according to...

Attention Grantees: A New Avenue For Funding

Looking for additional sources of funding? NCCF urges grantees to get involved in this new, regional data-sharing network. The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, The United Way, The Equity Center, and Thriving Communities Group have teamed up to create an open-source,...

Migrant workers will get COVID Protection under NCCF Grant

Given the widespread impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, NCCF has awarded grants to local nonprofits working to protect the health of critical migrant farmworkers, as well as provide financial support to needy families and college-bound students. NCCF awarded a total of...