2019 Give2WV: Barbour County

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

Building stronger communities for Barbour County is the main focus of the Give2WV: Barbour County Day on June 20, 2019.  The Barbour County Community Foundation, in partnership with the Tucker 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: Barbour County provides people in the county and across the country/world who love Barbour 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.  Your gift on Give2WV: Barbour County Day on June 20th can go to eight great funds and community projects making a HUGE impact in a variety of community needs.   MAKE your gift directly to the Barbour County Unrestricted Fund for our county's future.

The Barbour County Unrestricted Fund's purpose is to provide support for the Barbour County community. Established by the Tucker Community Foundation, this fund will provide financial assistance for any cultural, social, educational or economic needs within Barbour County.

 

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West Virginia's Take 5 to Give 5 Day - May 5, 2020

Take 5 to Give 5 is a collaborative project of Philanthropy West Virginia members to extend financial support of nonprofits negatively impacted by the pandemic and economic downturn. This 24 hour giving day on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 is a matching campaign thanks to the generous investments of Toyota, West Virginia American Water, and others to encourage WV citizens, foundations, and nonprofits to donate to one of fifteen local/regional relief funds. These relief funds are managed by community foundation and United Way members of Philanthropy West Virginia making fast track grants to nonprofits struggling at this time.

This giving day extend the availability of relief funds over the next several weeks and months as the fall out from the pandemic hits many nonprofits with 300 to 400% increase in service and needs.