2018 Give2WV Day: Hardy County

Give Today to Grow Tomorrow: 24 Hour Giving Campaign for Hardy County's future

Building stronger communities for Hardy County is the main focus of the Give2WV: Hardy County Day on May 1, 2018.  The Hardy County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation, is committed to improving the quality of life in our county by connecting people who care with causes that matter to them most.  Give2WV: Hardy County provides people in the county and across the country/world who love Hardy County a 24 hour period to give to a fund or general causes to advance the community foundation's impact with a gift of any size.  Let's show the world how much we LOVE Hardy County and want to ensure a positive future for its citizens.  Your gift on Give2WV: Hardy County Day on May 1st can go to four great efforts in our county making a HUGE impact in a variety of community needs.   MAKE your gift directly to a HCCF Fund and/or two great nonprofits by clicking on the respective fund or nonprofit title below. 2018 Give2WV: Hardy County participants include: 

                        For more details about HC Impact Fund, CLICK HERE!

                                  For more details about EWVCTC & IREED, CLICK HERE!

                                    For more details about the Garden Market, CLICK HERE!

                                    For more details about ONTRACK & Eastern Regional FRN, CLICK Here!

You can follow the work of the Hardy County Community Foundation on their FACEBOOK PAGE by CLICKING HERE!

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About the Organization

Give2WV Day, an initiative of Philanthropy WV's Keep5Local Program

Give2WV Day is an initiative of Philanthropy WV's Keep5Local Program to encourage local giving to support and grow the base of community philanthropy in the Mountain State. It serves is a partnership with several West Virginia community foundations for a 24 hour giving day for them to engage donors to support critical efforts around community development, education, economic development, and community betterment.