Louisa County Community Fund Awards $95K to 17 Nonprofits
The Louisa County Community Fund is pleased to announce its Spring 2022 grant funding decisions, totaling over $95,000 and supporting 17 nonprofits working in Louisa County. Administered by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, this competitive grant cycle is supported by a diverse group of Louisa County community members whose personal and professional backgrounds make them uniquely positioned to review applications and identify organizations working to improve quality of life for all residents of Louisa County. Click here to learn more.
Megan Donovan Named Grants Administrator
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce Megan Donovan as its new Grants Administrator. Megan will perform a variety of programmatic and administrative tasks to support the smooth functioning of the foundation's discretionary grantmaking and capacity building programs. She will work with grant partners and coordinate event and meeting support, while helping to ensure compliance with the foundation's standards, policies, and procedures. Learn more.
Our Vision of Philanthropy
We offer a vision of philanthropy that is rooted in solidarity and recognizes that we are all interconnected. In this spirit, our Programs Team will spend most of this year reimagining our discretionary grantmaking programs to reflect our values, leading practices in the field, and feedback received from our grant partners. We also invite you to join us for a listening session on April 27th to ask questions and share insights. Learn more.
Chaquita Venable Named Donor Relations Administrator
The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation is pleased to announce Chaquita Venable as its new Donor Relations Administrator. Chaquita will perform a variety of programmatic and administrative functions as part of the donor relations team, including support for applicants and grantees to our donor advised grantmaking programs. Additionally, she will coordinate compliance, general information management, communications, and customer service related to our individual and family funds. Learn more.
Community Foundation Hosts Successful Catchafire Peer Learning Event
The Community Foundation recently convened a peer learning event in support of year two of its partnership with Catchafire. More than 30 nonprofit practitioners came together to learn from and share with one another, highlighting successes in helping their organizations connect with pro bono expertise, enhance capacity, and save money. Learn more.