The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation

Discretionary Grantmaking Programs

 

 

TGKVF has a vision for our region to be a forward thinking and closely connected community that fearlessly works together to promote the prosperity of all.  To achieve this vision, we have two discretionary grantmaking tracks:

 

  • Proactive Collaborative Grants in Education, Health, and Civic Engagement & Community Building
  • Responsive Grants in Basic Needs or Arts and Culture

 

To be eligible for both TGKVF discretionary grantmaking programs, an applicant must:

  • Be a 501c3 nonprofit, public school, or government entity
  • Demonstrate the ability to build community wealth (click here for more information)
  • Serve Kanawha, Putnam, Lincoln, Boone, Clay, and/or Fayette counties of WV

 

For more information about the Proactive Collaborative Grants program, please click here.

For more information about the Responsive Grants program, please click here.

 

To access an Applicant Guide that refers to both grantmaking programs, please click here.

 

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation will not have a fourth quarter grant cycle in 2016.

                                                                                                                                              

 

Program Officer Contact Information

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation

1600 Huntington Square

Charleston, WV 25301

Phone: 304-346-3620

 

 

Education Projects

Stephanie Hyre, Program Officer

shyre@tgkvf.org

  

Health Projects

Megan Simpson, Program Officer

msimpson@tgkvf.org

  

Civic Engagement & Community Building, Arts/Culture, or Basic Needs Projects

Sheri Ryder, Senior Program Officer

sryder@tgkvf.org

 

             

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation - 1600 Huntington Square, 900 Lee St. E., Charleston, WV 25301 - [P] 304-346-3620 - [F] 304-346-3640 - tgkvf@tgkvf.org

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