CFNSV's 2023 Community Philanthropy Day Luncheon

The Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley had thirty-three nonprofit organizations that were awarded more than $75,950 in grants at the  annual Community Philanthropy Day and Grant Awards ceremony luncheon. To read more from the Winchester Star, visit: https://www.winchesterstar.com/winchester_star/foundation-awards-grants-to-community-service-agencies/

2023 Community Futures Fund

SVDM TY Letter – Community Futures

We are excited to extend our heartfelt thanks for your continued generosity and support. Your contributions have recently enabled us to make a significant donation to the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum, a place where curiosity and learning come to life for children and families across our region.

2023 Boxley-Fox Endowment Fund

SU TY Letter – Boxley-Fox

The partnership between Shenandoah University and The Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley has been strengthened by CFNSV’s $1,250.00 donation, which will further support our educational mission. This contribution comes at an opportune time as we continue to work towards achieving our goals. We are grateful for the continued support from our valued donors and partners.

2023 Boxley-Fox Endowment Fund

Windsong TY Letter – Boxley-Fox

With a grant of $1,200.00 from CFNSV’s Boxley-Fox Endowment Fund, Windsong Community Chorus can enhance its artistic pursuits, elevate its musical programs, and strengthen its community engagement initiatives. CFNSV hopes to help the Windsong Community Chorus continue its musical outreach efforts.

The Winchester Star Celebrates With CFNSV

A PDF copy of the article can be found here: 1.31.24 Newspaper Article – Marlows

CFNSV is proud to have an article published by the Winchester Star, celebrating John and Joyce Marlow as our esteemed Community Stars honorees. With their exemplary leadership, tireless philanthropic efforts, and genuine compassion, the Marlow duo has played an instrumental role in shaping the Northern Shenandoah Valley into a vibrant and thriving community. Their dedication to various causes, ranging from education and healthcare to arts, culture, and social services, reflects their unwavering commitment to improving the lives of those in need. Through their generosity, countless individuals and organizations have been empowered, leaving an indelible mark on our community.

 New Employees

 We are thrilled to welcome Daniel Byers as our new Administrative Support Specialist at CFNSV! Daniel has a degree from Shenandoah University and a certificate from Laurel Ridge Community College. He has experience in retail at Follett Higher Education Group and an internship at the City of Winchester. He also has a history of volunteer work for the Circle K club and was a member of the Political Science Society Club at Shenandoah. Daniel will be responsible for the daily operations of CFNSV and enhancing our communications with our clients and donors. Please join me in congratulating Daniel on his new role and wishing him success.

 We are thrilled to welcome Daniel Byers as our new Administrative Support Specialist at CFNSV! Daniel has a degree from Shenandoah University and a certificate from Laurel Ridge Community College. He has experience in retail at Follett Higher Education Group and an internship at the City of Winchester. He also has a history of volunteer work for the Circle K club and was a member of the Political Science Society Club at Shenandoah. Daniel will be responsible for the daily operations of CFNSV and enhancing our communications with our clients and donors. Please join me in congratulating Daniel on his new role and wishing him success.

*Rebekah DesMarais

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