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6th Annual Giving Day Total

 

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ABCs Early Childhood Education Scholarship

ABCs’ scholarship fund, Bridging the Gap, helps our hard-working NRV families who are not able to afford the high-quality childcare that their children need.

raised $765.00
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ABCs PERC (Pulaski early Educators Rewards for Credentials)

PERC, initiative launched in 2019, provides financial rewards for early education credentials for teachers at our two childcare centers in Pulaski (Building Bridges and the YMCA).

raised $925.00
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Alliance for Better Childcare Strategies (ABCs)

ABCs, the non-profit Alliance for Better Childcare Strategies, partners to create local solutions to improve the availability, affordability and quality of childcare and early education in the New River Valley.

raised $4,765.00
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Apple Ridge Farm

Apple Ridge Farm - Send A Kid To Camp!

Help send an underserved child to Apple Ridge Farm's academic summer camp in Copper Hill, Virginia for free.  Click here to learn more.

raised $115.00
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Arts Alliance Endowment Fund

Established by the ArtStart giving circle at the Community Foundation, this fund awards grants to local arts organizations and individual artists (through a sponsoring organization) in support of arts projects and/or specific operational needs;  and for general charitable purposes.

raised $300.00
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Beans and Rice, Inc.

Beans and Rice, Inc. improves the economic well-being of low-moderate-income families and children through community education and asset building programs.

raised $3,125.00
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Benjamin Eiss Memorial Fund

Supports school teachers of at-risk students in Montgomery County elementary schools. Coordinated with the public school system’s STAR grants

raised $0.00