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2016 Neighborhood Investment Program

2016 Neighborhood Investment Program

Governor signs SB293 Media Release   The Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP) was established in West Virginia in 1996 to encourage charitable giving to local nonprofits.  The program allows 501(c)3 organizations to apply for tax credit vouchers which they then distribute to businesses and individuals who contribute to their organization.  By donating to approved NIP organizations, […]

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2015 State of Philanthropy Report

2015 State of Philanthropy Report

West Virginia has seen a $10 million drop in charitable giving, based on the newest available data in Philanthropy West Virginia’s 2015 State of Philanthropy Report.

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What’s in a name?

What’s in a name? Philanthropy West Virginia provides the support funders need to better accomplish their work, and in the process, helps make philanthropy in West Virginia even more effective.  Whether representing a corporate giving program or foundation, grantmaking public charity, or a community, private, family, or health foundation, by joining Philanthropy WV members are exposed to […]

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Give Local America Campaigns in WV raise nearly $750,000

Give Local America Campaigns in WV raise nearly $750,000

WVians Near & Far raise nearly $750,000 benefiting 24 counties in West Virginia! West Virginia – The results of three separate West Virginia based Give Local America 24 hour campaigns have raised nearly $750,000 from West Virginians based in the Mountain State and across the country in the course of 24 hours. This year the […]

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