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Governor Ralph S. Northam – (804) 786-2211, Richmond
U.S. Senator Mark R. Warner – (877) 676-2759, Washington, DC
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine – (202) 224-4024, Washington, DC
Attorney General Mark R. Herring – (804)786-4718, Richmond
Southeastern Council of Foundations – The Southeastern Council of Foundations is a membership association of more than 360 grantmakers working together to strengthen, promote and increase philanthropy in 11 Southeastern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia). SECF itself does not make grants.
Academy for Nonprofit Excellence at Tidewater Community College – Based in Virginia Beach, the Academy offers courses covering a broad spectrum of nonprofit management and leadership topics, including fundraising, branding, staff management and dozens more topics. Content is developed around practical application, thereby providing new skills and knowledge to increase effectiveness, build capacity and enhance the mission of any nonprofit organization regardless of staff size or budget. Its reasonably priced, one- and two-day training sessions have served staff and board members from 450-plus nonprofits over the past 14 years, and more than 120 people have earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Other cities served include Chesapeake, Eastern Shore of Virginia, Franklin, Isle of Wight County, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Suffolk.
Center for Nonprofit Excellence – Based in Charlottesville, CNE provides education, consulting and resources to create strong leaders, effective managers and healthy collaborators. They are always learning, always teaching to ensure that nonprofits have the tools they need to be competent, operate with integrity and maximize their impact. Also serves the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa, Greene and Nelson.
Council of Community Services – Based in Roanoke, The Council provides leadership for organizations and individuals in the areas of planning, information and referral services to improve the quality of life in their local communities. Nonprofit Roanoke is a program of the Council of Community Services and provides training and consulting services for nonprofits to help them become as efficient and effective as they are passionate about their missions. Also serves communities in nearby counties of Alleghany, Botetourt, Craig, Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski and the City of Salem. (See below for the Council’s HandsOn Volunteer Center).
Hampton Roads Community Foundation – Based in Norfolk, The Foundation is focused on strengthening both management and staff of local nonprofit organizations through five ongoing programs: 1) Advice and assistance during one-on-one sessions with Foundation program staff during monthly nonprofit drop-in days; 2) Free 90-minute training sessions to learn about grants; 3) The online Grant Seekers Gazette to share opportunities; 4) The Building Excellence fundraising training program, and 5) Conversation Groups for nonprofits working in specific fields. They are also a sponsor of the Academy for Nonprofit Excellence at Tidewater Community College (listed above). Areas served include South Hampton Roads, Chesapeake, Eastern Shore of Virginia, Franklin, Isle of Wight County, Portsmouth, Suffolk and Virginia Beach.
Learning Center at ConnectVA – Based in Richmond at the offices of the Community Foundation for Greater Richmond, the Learning Center offers workshops, day-long courses, special events, networking and other learning opportunities for professionals in the nonprofit sector, including leadership programming designed for Young Nonprofit Professionals (YNPN RVA), Emerging Nonprofit Leaders, and Nonprofit Boards. In addition to Richmond, the Learning Center serves the cities of Petersburg, Colonial Heights and Hopewell, along with the counties of Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico and Powhatan.
Northern Neck Connection – Northern Neck Connection’s online network and educational programs serve nonprofit organizations and residents in the cities and counties of Essex, Lancaster, Middlesex, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland, Mathews, and Gloucester.
Virginia Association of Fundraising Executives – Based in Richmond and serving the entire Commonwealth, VAFRE provides networking opportunities, educational programs and resources to help fundraising professionals advance their skills and to help nonprofit leaders understand how to support them.
AFP Central Virginia Chapter – Based in Richmond, the Chapter advances philanthropy by enabling people to practice effective and ethical fundraising. The service area covers Fredericksburg south to the North Carolina line and from Charlottesville to Williamsburg. Most events are held in the Richmond area.
AFP First Virginia Chapter – Based in Roanoke, FVC has a service area that includes the surrounding region and serves as a valuable resource for fundraising professionals of all backgrounds and levels of professional experience, connecting leaders in philanthropy with training, resources and programs that inspire creative thinking, collaboration and professional achievement.
AFP Hampton Roads Chapter – Welcome to the AFP-Hampton Roads Chapter! Founded in 2001 in Norfolk, the Chapter currently serves over 200 development professionals from Virginia Beach to Williamsburg, the Eastern Shore to the Outer Banks and all points in between. The Chapter offers a variety of professional education and networking opportunities including monthly luncheons, a Fundraising Leadership Symposium and member socials. Each November, AFP-HR sponsors a National Philanthropy Day Celebration where over 600 development professionals, philanthropists, board members and guests celebrate philanthropy in Hampton Roads by honoring our region’s philanthropic leaders.
AFP VA Tri-State Chapter – Based in Inwood, West Virginia, the Chapter was organized in 1995 to serve the area west of the Washington DC suburbs through Virginia to West Virginia and north into Maryland. It’s programs are focused on delivering innovative educational programs and events to help you reach your career goals.
Virginia’s AmeriCorps State programs
Community Development Block Grant website, and offer a Volunteer Management Support & Resources website. A highlight of that last site is a list of 15 Volunteer Centers and a map of their locations and contact information throughout the state. Virginia Volunteerism and Service Conference
Abington Volunteer Center at the United Way Of Southwest Virginia, Inc. – Serving the city of Abingdon in Washington County, as well as the counties of Lee, Scott, Wise, Dickenson, Russell, Washington, Buchanan, Tazewell, Smyth, Bland, Grayson, Carroll and Giles.
Volunteer Alexandria – Serving the City of Alexandria and Greater Washington, DC.
Greater Augusta Volunteer Center – Based in Staunton and serving communities in the city of Waynesboro and the communities of Craigsville and Grottoes in Augusta County.
Volunteer Services of United Way Thomas Jefferson Area – Based in the City of Charlottesville and serving the communities of Crozet, Esmont, Free Union, Hollymead, Ivy, Pantops, Piney Mountain, Rivanna and the University of Virginia in Albemarle County. Also serving the city of Scottsville and the communities of Palmyra, Lake Monticello, Bremo Bluff, Carysbrook, Cohasset, Columbia, Fork Union, Kents Store, Nahor, Troy and Zion Crossroads in Fluvanna County; the communities of Louisa, Mineral and Blue Ridge Shores in Louisa County; the communities of Stanardsville, Ruckersville and Twin Lakes in Greene County; and the town of Lovingston in Nelson County.
Volunteer Center of the New River Valley – Based in Christiansburg and serving the residents of Blacksburg, Belview, Elliston, Lafayette, Merrimac, Plum Creek, Prices Fork, Riner and Shawsville in Montgomery County; the residents of the city of Radford; and residents of Alum Ridge, Carthage, Check, Conners Grove, Copper Hill, Copper Valley, Duncan, Floyd, Haycock, Hemlock, Huffville, Indian Valley, Laurel Branch, Mabry Mill, Pizarro, Poff, Shelors Mill, Simpsons, Smart, Sowers, Terrys Fork, Turtle Rock, Union and Willis in Floyd County.
Volunteer Fairfax – Based in the City of Fairfax and serving all of Fairfax County, including the cities of Herndon, Vienna, Clifton and the independent city of Falls Church.
Volunteer Center at Rappahannock United Way – Based in Fredericksburg and serving the cities of Washington, Sperryville and Flint Hill in Rappahannock County. Also serves residents of Bowling Green and Port Royal in Caroline County; residents of Dahlgren, Fairview Beach and Passapatanzy in King George County; residents of Alsop, Arcadia, Artillery Ridge, Bells Crossroad, Belmont, Blades Corner, Brandon, Brockroad, Brokenburg, Carters Store, Chancellor, Chancellorsville, Chewnings Corner, Cookstown, Cosner’s Corner, Dunavant, Five Mile Fork, Four Mile Fork, Granite Springs, Lake Wilderness, Lanes Corner, Leavells, Lewiston, Margo, Marye, Massaponax, McHenry, Old Trap, Olivers Corner, Partlow, Paytes, Post Oak, Shady Grove Corner and Spotsylvania Courthouse in Spotsylvania County; and residents of Aquia Harbour, Boswell’s Corner, Falmouth, Southern Gateway, Stafford Courthouse and Embrey Mill in Stafford County.
Hanover County Department of Community Resources – Based in Hanover Courthouse, The Department assists and connects volunteers, human service organizations and available resources to address community needs throughout the county. Communities served include Ashland, Mechanicsville, Atlee, Beaverdam, Doswell, Elmont, Montpelier, Old Church, Rockville and Studley.
Loudoun Cares – Based in Leesburg and serving the towns of Hamilton, Hillsboro, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville and Round Hill, and the communities of Arcola, Ashburn, Belmont, Brambleton, Broadlands, Cascades, Countryside, Dulles Town Center, Lansdowne, Loudoun Valley Estates, Lowes Island, Moorefield Station, Oak Grove, South Riding, Sterling and Stone Ridge in Loudoun County.
Volunteer Prince William – Based in the city of Manassas and serving residents in the towns of Dumfries, Haymarket, Manassas Park, Montclair, Occoquan and Quantico, and residents in the communities of Buckhall, Bull Run, Bull Run Mountain Estates, Cherry Hill, County Center, Dale City, Gainesville, Independent Hill, Lake Ridge, Linton Hall, Loch Lomond, Quantico Base, Marumsco, Montclair, Neabsco, Nokesville, Potomac Mills, Sudley, Triangle and Woodbridge in Prince William County.
HandsOn Greater Richmond – Operates as a program of the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond and serves the cities of Richmond, Petersburg, Colonial Heights, Hopewell and Powhatan, along with the communities of Bellwood, Bensley, Bon Air, Brandermill, Chester, Enon, Ettrick, Manchester, Matoaca, Meadowbrook, Rockwood and Woodlake in Chesterfield County; the community of Goochland in Goochland County; the town of Ashland, Hanover (Hanover Courthouse) and Mechanicsville in Hanover County; and the communities of Chamberlayne, Dumbarton, East Highland Park, Fair Oaks, Glen Allen, Highland Springs, Innsbrook, Lakeside, Laurel, Montrose, Sandston, Short Pump, Tuckahoe, Varina and Wyndham in Henrico County.
HandsOn Blue Ridge – Based in Roanoke City and serving residents in Alleghany, Botetourt, Craig, Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski and Roanoke Counties as well as residents in the independent City of Salem.
VOLUNTEER Hampton Roads – Based in Virginia Beach/Norfolk and serving the independent cities and counties of Chesapeake, Franklin, Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Smithfield, Southampton, Suffolk, Surry, Williamsburg, and the communities of Bethel Manor and Yorktown in York County.
PATH Volunteer Center – Based in Warrenton and serving the towns and communities of Bealeton, Calverton, Catlett, Marshall, Midland, New Baltimore, Remington and The Plains in Fauquier County; the city of Washington in Rappahannock County, and the city of Culpeper in Culpeper County.
United Way of the Virginia Peninsula – Based in Newport News, areas served include the independent cities and counties of James City, York, Gloucester, New Kent & Mathews; Cities of Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson & Williamsburg.
Appalachian Community Fund – Based in Knoxville, Tennessee and serving the counties Virginia counties of Alleghany, Bath, Bland, Botetourt, Buchanan, Carroll, Craig, Dickenson, Floyd, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Highland, Lee, Montgomery, Patrick, Pulaski, Rockbridge, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise/Norton, and Wythe. The Foundation also serves communities in the independent cities of Bristol, Buena Vista, Covington, Galax, Lexington, Martinsville, Norton and Radford.
Arlington Community Foundation – Based in the city and county of Arlington.
Bedford Community Health Foundation – Based in the city of Bedford and serving residents of Big Island, Forest and Montvale in Bedford County.
Charlottesville Area Community Foundation – Based in Charlottesville and serving towns and communities in Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Nelson and Orange counties.
Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquie r – Based in Leesburg and serving the communities of Arcola, Ashburn, Belmont, Brambleton, Broadlands, Cascades, Countryside, Dulles Town Center, Hamilton, Hillsboro, Lansdowne, Loudoun Valley Estates, Lovettsville, Lowes Island, Middleburg, Moorefield Station, Purcellville, Oak Grove, Round Hill, South Riding, Sterling and Stone Ridge in Loudoun County; and the towns of Remington, The Plains and Warrenton in Fauquier County.
Community Foundation for Northern Virginia – Based in Oakton and serving the communities of Annandale, Burke and Reston in Fairfax County; the independent cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Manassas and Manassas Park; and the communities located within the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William.
Community Foundation for the National Capital Region – Based in Washington, DC and also serving the cities and counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William, Stafford, and the independent cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Manassas and Manassas Park.
The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County – Based in the independent city of Harrisonburg and serving the independent cities of Massanetta Springs and Massanutten, and serving the communities of Belmont Estates, Bridgewater, Broadway, Dayton, Elkton, Grottoes and Mount Crawford in Rockingham County.
Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge – Based in the independent city of Staunton and serving the independent city of Waynesboro, along with the communities of Augusta Springs, Churchville, Crimora, Deerfield, Dooms, Greenville, Harriston, Fishersville, Jolivue, Lyndhurst, Middlebrook, Mount Sidney, New Hope, Sherando, Stuarts Draft, Verona, Weyers Cave in Augusta County; the city of Lovingston in Nelson County, and the town of Monterey in Highland County.
Community Foundation of the Dan River Region – Based in the City of Danville and serving the communities of Blairs, Chatham, Gretna, Hurt, Motley and Mount Hermon in Pittsylvania County; the communities of Bassett, Chatmoss, Collinsville, Fieldale, Horsepasture, Laurel Park, Oak Level, Ridgeway, Sandy Level, Stanleytown and Villa Heights in Martinsville/Henry County; the communities of South Boston, Clover, Cluster Springs, Halifax, Mountain Road, Nathalie, Riverdale, Scottsburg and Virgilina in Halifax County.
Community Foundation of the New River Valley – Based in the town of Christiansburg and also serving the town of Blacksburg in Montgomery County; the independent City of Radford; the town of Floyd in Floyd County; the towns of Glen Lyn, Narrows, Pearisburg, Pembroke and Rich Creek in Giles County; and the towns of Dublin and Pulaski in Pulaski county.
Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region – Based in Fredericksburg and serving the towns of Washington, Sperryville and Flint Hill in Rappahannock County. Also serves residents of Bowling Green and Port Royal in Caroline County; residents of Dahlgren, Fairview Beach and Passapatanzy in King George County; residents of Alsop, Arcadia, Artillery Ridge, Bells Crossroad, Belmont, Blades Corner, Brandon, Brockroad, Brokenburg, Carters Store, Chancellor, Chancellorsville, Chewnings Corner, Cookstown, Cosner’s Corner, Dunavant, Five Mile Fork, Four Mile Fork, Granite Springs, Lake Wilderness, Lanes Corner, Leavells, Lewiston, Margo, Marye, Massaponax, McHenry, Old Trap, Olivers Corner, Partlow, Paytes, Post Oak, Shady Grove Corner and Spotsylvania Courthouse in Spotsylvania County; and residents of Aquia Harbour, Boswell’s Corner, Falmouth, Southern Gateway, Stafford Courthouse and Embrey Mill in Stafford County.
Community Foundation of the Virginias – Based in Bluefield, West Virginia, but also serving residents in Bluefield (VA), Cedar Bluff, Pocahontas, Richlands and Tazewell in Tazewell County.
Community Foundation for Greater Richmond – Based in the City of Richmond, CFGR offers some powerful community- and agency-building resources in addition to grant awards, including ConnectVA.org, a virtual nonprofit and civic hub providing information-sharing tools and free and low-cost meeting venues. Other major services include job listings, training, community event calendar, item exchange, discussion boards, best practice guides, news, and much more. In addition to the City of Richmond, CFGR serves the independent cities of Petersburg, Colonial Heights and Hopewell; the communities of Bellwood, Bensley, Bon Air, Brandermill, Chester, Enon, Ettrick, Manchester, Matoaca, Meadowbrook, Rockwood and Woodlake in Chesterfield County; the community of Goochland in Goochland County; the towns of Ashland, Hanover (Hanover Courthouse) and Mechanicsville in Hanover County; and the communities of Chamberlayne, Dumbarton, East Highland Park, Fair Oaks, Glen Allen, Highland Springs, Innsbrook, Lakeside, Laurel, Montrose, Sandston, Short Pump, Tuckahoe, Varina and Wyndham in Henrico County.
Danville Regional Foundation – Based in the City of Danville and serving the communities of Blairs, Chatham, Gretna, Hurt, Motley and Mount Hermon in Pittsylvania County.
Eastern Shore of Virginia Community Foundation – Based in Onley and serving the communities of Belle Haven, Bloxom, Chincoteague, Hallwood, Keller, Melfa, Onancock, Painter, Parksley, Saxis, Tangier and Wachapreague in Accomack County; and the communities of Belle Haven, Cape Charles, Cheriton, Eastville, Exmore, Nassawadox, Bayview and Oyster in Northampton county. Affiliated with the Hampton Roads Community Foundation.
Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia – Corporate and field staff are located in the city of Roanoke, with a regional office located in the city of Martinsville. We have staff members dedicated to serving donors whose philanthropy is focused in the Martinsville, Henry and Patrick County areas. – Roanoke and Salem and the counties of Alleghany, Botetourt, Craig, Franklin. communities in Southwest Virginia.
Gloucester Community Foundation – Founded in 2000, the Gloucester Community Foundation serves, preserves and enhances the quality of life in Gloucester County through philanthropy.
Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation – Based in the city of Lynchburg and the counties of Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell.
Hampton Roads Community Foundation – Based in Norfolk, The Foundation serves as a convener, collaborator, “incentivizer” and funder to help: 1) identify pressing regional issues; 2) explore solutions; 3) find funding resources; 4) make long-term commitments to success. Over the years collaborative efforts have ranged from stabilizing the arts to re-energizing our region’s economy, getting youngest residents off to great starts in life, and reducing homelessness. After incubating initiatives the Foundation typically launches them as their own nonprofits or as part of other organizations and then focus on new challenges. Areas served include South Hampton Roads, Chesapeake, Eastern Shore of Virginia, Franklin, Isle of Wight County, Portsmouth, Suffolk and Virginia Beach.
Mathews Community Foundation – MCF was created in 1999 to build community endowments that serve to strengthen the social, educational, cultural and environmental fabric of Mathews County in perpetuity.
Northern Piedmont Community Foundation – Offices in the cities of Warrenton and Culpeper, serving communities in Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison, and Rappahannock Counties
Peninsula Community Foundation of Virginia, Inc. – Based in the city of Hampton, also serves Newport News, Poquoson, James City County, Williamsburg, York County, Gloucester, Isle of Wight and Smithfield, VA. Provides individuals and organizations with opportunities to invest in the communities of the Virginia Peninsula and improve the quality of life for its citizens.
River Counties Community Foundation – Based in Kilmarnock, RCCF was the first regional affiliate of the Greater Richmond Community Foundation. Founded in 1996, it has become widely known as a local philanthropic resource for both donors and nonprofits in Lancaster, Middlesex and Northumberland counties.
Shenandoah Community Foundation – Based in the city of Woodstock and serving other communities in Shenandoah County, including Basye, Edinburg, Maurertown, Mount Jackson, New Market, Strasburg and Toms Brook.
Washington Area Women’s Foundation – In the Washington metropolitan region, nearly half a million women and girls are living in or near poverty. The Women’s Foundation works to mobilize the community and provide solutions to eliminate persistent barriers that disproportionately hinder women and girls from achieving economic security. Based in Washington, DC, the WAWF serves communities in the adjacent counties of Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax Counties of Virginia.
Williamsburg Community Foundation – Based in the independent city of Williamsburg, also serves Jamestown in James City County, and the city of Yorktown in York County.
Franklin-Southampton Area United Way – Based in Franklin.
Rappahannock United Way, Inc. – Based in Fredericksburg.
The United Way Of Prince Edward County, Inc. – Based in Farmville.
United Way Of Central Virginia, Inc. – Based in Lynchburg.
United Way Of Danville & Pittsylvania County – Based in the City of Danville and serving the communities of Blairs, Chatham, Gretna, Hurt, Motley and Mount Hermon in Pittsylvania County.
United Way Of Front Royal/Warren County – Based in Front Royal.
United Way Of Greater Augusta – Based in Staunton.
United Way Of Greater Richmond & Petersburg – Based in Richmond.
United Way Of Harrisonburg And Rockingham Co., Inc. – Based in Harrisonburg.
United Way Of Henry County And Martinsville – Based in Martinsville.
United Way Of Hopewell-prince George – Based in Hopewell.
United Way Of Northern Shenandoah Valley – Based in Winchester.
United Way Of Roanoke Valley, Inc. – Based in Roanoke.
United Way Of Rockbridge, Inc. – Based in Lexington.
United Way Of South Hampton Roads – Based in Norfolk.
United Way Of Southwest Virginia, Inc – Based in Abingdon.
United Way Of The National Capital Area – Based in Vienna.
United Way Of The New River Valley – Based in Christiansburg, UWTNRV is primarily known for funding 25 local partner organizations, but also provides several direct service programs and are a place for individuals and organizations to turn to when critical community needs arise in the town of Blacksburg in Montgomery County; the independent City of Radford; the town of Floyd in Floyd County; the towns of Glen Lyn, Narrows, Pearisburg, Pembroke and Rich Creek in Giles County; and the towns of Dublin and Pulaski in Pulaski county.
United Way Of The Virginia Peninsula – Based in the City of Newport News and serving counties of Gloucester, Hampton, James City, King And Queen, King William, Newport News, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York.
United Way Of Virginia’s Eastern Shore – Based in Onley.
United Way Of Wythe County – Based in Wytheville.
United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area – Based in Charlottesville.
|FOUNDATION NAME||TOTAL ANNUAL GIVING|
|Charities Aid Foundation America||$106,315,283|
|Sentara Health Foundation||$103,508,056|
|Charles Koch Foundation||$88,776,579|
|Native American Heritage Association||$47,260,684|
|The NRA Foundation, Inc||$33,305,255|
|Community Foundation for A Greater Richmond||$30,773,606|
|The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation||$19,348,063|
|Jack Kent Cooke Foundation||$17,230,639|
|Suntrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation||$16,955,136|
|Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation||$16,406,964|
|Hampton Roads Community Foundation||$15,811,676|
|The Northrop Grumman Foundation||$15,644,915|
|Danville Regional Foundation||$10,410,911|
|The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation||$7,689,740|
|Community Foundation for Northern Virginia||$7,173,506|
|Aimee and Frank Batten, Jr. Foundation||$6,891,200|
|Norfolk Southern Foundation||$6,731,009|
|Robert G. Cabell III and Maude Morgan Cabell Foundation||$6,506,258|
|The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County||$6,015,783|
|Virginia Health Care Foundation||$5,495,745|
|The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation||$4,636,178|
|The Cameron Foundation||$4,165,660|
|The Philip L. Graham Fund||$4,100,000|
|The Landmark Foundation||$4,015,094|
|Altria Companies Employee Community Fund||$3,199,650|
|The Loyola Foundation, Inc.||$2,713,475|
|The Alleghany Foundation||$2,467,295|
|Mustard Seed Foundation, Inc.||$1,943,634|
|Richard S. Reynolds Foundation||$1,785,230|
|The Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation||$1,736,756|
|Perry Foundation, Inc.||$1,706,150|
|Peninsula Community Foundation of Virginia, Inc.||$1,705,622|
|The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation||$1,497,266|
|Nestle USA Foundation||$1,401,576|