GiveBigNRV Giving Day!
Visit cfnrv.givebig.org on April 23rd to support your favorite cause or organization online!
20 Years and Counting
2014 marks the 20th Anniversary of the Community Foundation of the New River Valley!
Making Our Community a Better Place
With the help of our donors, we provide much needed funding to local schools, hunger relief agencies, emergency assistance organizations, churches and more. Agencies like Camp Timber Ridge, pictured here, help us make an immediate impact.
In 2014, we’ve made it possible for 64 local students to attend the college of their choice by awarding over $57,000 in scholarships.
Resource Assistance for Non-Profits in the NRV
We provide educational workshops to the leaders of local charitable organizations. Our Third Thursday Society educates at least 300 non-profit leaders, staff and volunteers annually about topics including fundraising, board development, and marketing.
A Legacy of Philanthropy
We invest our endowed assets to generate earnings over a long period of time. Donors leave a legacy of giving that ensures our community will be supported now and for years to come.
Welcome to The Community Foundation of the New River Valley. Please explore our website, give us a call or come visit to find out how you can work with the CFNRV to have an immediate impact or leave a charitable legacy in the New River Valley. Contact us at 540-381-8999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The CFNRV is pleased to be celebrating it's 20th year of service to the counties of Floyd, Giles, Montgomery and Pulaski and the City of Radford. To celebrate, the Foundation launched GiveBigNRV, a central community giving portal, powered by Click & Pledge, to encourage charitable giving in our community. Learn more here or visit the site at cfnrv.givebig.org.
7:30 am–9 am
Lucie Monroe’s Coffee Company in Christiansburg
April 17: No Good Deed Should be Fraught with Peril
Many of us gladly contribute our time to not-for-profit entities, sometimes making tough decisions with big consequences. Do you know the ramifications of such a decision-gone-bad? Can they come back to haunt you personally? Attorney Keith Finch will discuss common-law and statutory duties, requirements and areas of potential liability for directors and leaders of nonprofits. REGISTER HERE.