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Philanthropy WV recognized with WV Nonprofit Excellence Award

Philanthropy WV recognized with WV Nonprofit Excellence Award

Philanthropy WV’s Team including (front l-r): Board Member Sue Sergi, Program & Engagement Coordinator Hilaria Swisher, and Operations Assistant Kate Leary; back row (l-r): President & CEO Paul D. Daugherty, and RCDI Program Director Dr. Tasha Anderson.  The West Virginia Nonprofit Association (WVNPA) announced its 2019 WV Nonprofit Excellence Awards announced during their Fifth Annual […]

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The Forum: Collaboration in Disaster-ful & Delightful Times

The Forum: Collaboration in Disaster-ful & Delightful Times

What does Ocean County, New Jersey (pop. 601,651) have in common with Greenbrier County, WV (pop. 35,480)?   There is more than meets the eye. Recently, West Virginia hosted the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) Conference with national and state leaders from all across the country.  This conference provided us an opportunity to […]

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Philanthropy WV recognizes WV’s Top Philanthropists & Awards Mini-Grants

Philanthropy WV recognizes WV’s Top Philanthropists & Awards Mini-Grants

Contact: Paul D. Daugherty, President & CEO, 304.692.9883 (M) or 304.517.1450 (O) or paul@philanthropywv.org [Photo Caption: 2019 Spirit of Philanthropy Award Winners (l-r) – CJ Kaiser, Sheri Ryder, Huntington ABC Collaborative – Janell Ray, Dominion Energy’s Christine Mitchell, Jean Ray, and Tamara Mullins.] For the thirteenth year, Philanthropy West Virginia presented the Mountain State’s most […]

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PHILANTHROPY WV hosts one-of-a-kind Leadership Summit

PHILANTHROPY WV hosts one-of-a-kind Leadership Summit

National & State philanthropy leaders to visit Parkersburg Morgantown, WV – Philanthropy West Virginia is proud to announce its 2019 Annual Conference: Better Together WV.  This conference is the state’s largest professional conference of foundations, corporations, United Ways, and philanthropists. It is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to network, learn, and leverage philanthropy’s investments with the board […]

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Education Funders Affinity Group Meeting

Education Funders Affinity Group Meeting

Philanthropy West Virginia is pleased to host our next Education Affinity Group (EAG) meeting on Wednesday, November 6th from 10 AM to 12 Noon as a pre-conference session before the 2019 Annual Members Meeting & Conference in Parkersburg, WV. The Education Affinity Group is open to all private, family, corporate, and community foundations, United Ways, […]

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Philanthropy WV unveils statewide “Build a Fund. Build a Community” Report

Philanthropy WV unveils statewide “Build a Fund. Build a Community” Report

Contact:         Paul D. Daugherty, President & CEO ~           paul@philanthropywv.orgor 304.517.1450  For the past twenty years, West Virginia has experienced a renaissance and growth of community foundations who are critical partners with businesses, nonprofits, citizens, and local government to create permanent funds to support the present and future needs of West Virginia’s […]

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Leading with Our Values!

Leading with Our Values!

How does an individual, a team, a board of directors, or an entire organization lead to fulfill its values and goals?  The most effective organizations lead by being rooted in their shared values.  In 2017, Philanthropy West Virginia adopted six defined values for its work and mission fulfillment.  These values include: Inclusion, Leadership, Collaboration, Lifelong […]

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U.S. Senate Bill to advance Economic Growth & Philanthropic Partnerships

U.S. Senate Bill to advance Economic Growth & Philanthropic Partnerships

On March 6, 2019, West Virginia’s U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R) along with Michigan’s U.S. Senator Gary Peters released their co-sponsored Senate Bill 676.  This legislation is an opportunity for economic growth, attracting/retaining talent, and philanthropic partnerships. Upon its passage, the legislation will allow for grant-making foundations to use innovative workforce attraction and retention […]

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Announcing 2019 Philanthropy WV Board Leadership

Announcing 2019 Philanthropy WV Board Leadership

Philanthropy West Virginia announces its new board members and officers for 2019. The philanthropic leadership association represents over 80 foundations, corporate giving programs, united ways, philanthropists, and professional advisors in the Mountain State. “Philanthropy West Virginia is fortunate to have a dynamic and extraordinary board of philanthropic leaders representing a diversity of grantmaking institutions, corporations, individual […]

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2017 Policy Priorities

2017 Policy Priorities

PRIORITY ISSUES Philanthropy West Virginia is working to communicate the importance of preserving the charitable deduction for West Virginia’s nonprofit organizations and foundations especially for the citizens and communities that we collectively serve. Included below are copies of sample letters/emails to write your members of Congress, Philanthropy West Virginia WV Charitable Giving Report, and additional resources  for you to share the importance […]

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