The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation supports the area in a variety of ways, including giving numerous grants that assist local nonprofits, administering the Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band, and partnering with the community on major strategic initiatives such as early... MORE >
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation announced on September 11, 2017, that its president and chief executive officer, Anne Scott, will leave that position on October 31, 2017.
Scott has headed the foundation for nearly four years, a period of significant... MORE >
In recent months, the Charlottesville community has experienced a series of terrorist acts and intimidation by white supremacists intended to instill fear and send a message of hatred and bigotry. These acts have deeply hurt, shocked and frightened many residents.
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The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation absolutely condemns the racism, hatred, intimidation and terrorism demonstrated by white supremacist groups that we witnessed with horror over the weekend. Our hearts go out to our fellow community members who were... MORE >
For the past 50 years, the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation has improved the quality of life in the area by supporting the work of local nonprofits. Last year the Foundation granted $16 million to 540 nonprofits in the fields of health, education, the... MORE >
The Community Foundation is turning 50 with a year of events to celebrate, acknowledge and thank the many people and organizations that make our community strong.
Computers4Kids (C4K) empowers underserved youth by bringing together technology and imagination through supportive mentoring, youth-driven programming, and skill building for life success. Originally founded to connect underserved kids with surplus computers from... MORE >
In 1997, Karen Jargowsky was a high school senior who brought a full heart to her battle with acute mylogenous leukemia. During her treatment at UVA Children’s Hospital in Charlottesville, Karen gained the love and respect of dozens of caregivers, and when her... MORE >
For a community to thrive, its residents must have viable ways to work and evolve within a profession or career. The availability of such career pathways is not only vital to residents seeking to support themselves and contribute to the community, but it’s an... MORE >
Since Caleb’s story was featured at the Community Foundation lunch earlier this year, a number of people came forward to assist and advise him with work and educational opportunities. He is now currently enrolled at PVCC and he is genuinely excited about his... MORE >