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It’s pretty simple. On 5% Day we donate 5% of that day’s sales to a local nonprofit organization. The event takes place on a Saturday four times a year.
How it works: Volunteers from a local nonprofit organization join Ellwood Thompson’s staff members on the selected 5% Day to bag groceries and talk to customers about their organization. The organization is welcome to set up an information table and encouraged to spread the word to friends and neighbors about the event. It’s a fantastic way to spread word about your organization and to earn fundraising dollars in a fun and friendly environment.
For more information, contact Paige Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Families are looking for inexpensive, fun, family activities...
Your organization can earn $4.00 per sold ticket to the upcoming Indoor Car Racing Series.
We are offering:
- Discounted ticket pricing to non-profit groups
- $4 of every ticket sold - you keep
- Special seating areas so your group can sit together*
- Race announcer mention/recognition during event group night*
- A FREE kids ticket (12 and under) voucher for every adult ticket sold
- **Minimum 50 ticket commitment needed for group seating &
So for only $10.00 an adult and child can see a fun filled race inside the
coliseum, meet & greet the drivers (6pm-7pm before races start) - all while
supporting your organization.
Just contact me to get started...
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Banfield Charitable Trust funds groups offering preventitive healthcare to pets, childhood education about pet care and responsibility as well as various other projects. There are two funding cycles: please either apply by June 30 or November 30.
Deadline: June 30, November 30
In 1996, The Community Foundation received the largest single gift in its history from Alice and Bill Goodwin, Chairman of CCA Industries, to create the Commonwealth Foundations. The Goodwins primarily focus their philanthropic endeavors within the Commonwealth of Virginia for the benefit of educational institutions and other nonprofits that broadly enhance the quality of life for area citizens. Notable beneficiaries of their generosity include their alma maters – UVA Darden School of Business and Mary Baldwin College – as well as VCU School of Engineering and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. Through their leadership, the Goodwins hope to inspire and encourage gifts from others to further enhance our community.
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The Gray Foundation carries out TCF's broad charitable purposes through the distribution of grants on a competitive and noncompetitive basis. Grantmaking primarily focuses on supporting cultural, historical and educational institutions that have a significant impact on the quality of life in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Priority is also given to programs and organizations in any field of charitable endeavor that substantially benefit the quality of life in southside communities of Petersburg, Waverly and surrounding areas.
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To the extent funds are available the Foundation makes a limited number of grants to organizations that clearly further its mission of supporting the delivery of pro bono legal services, law-related educational programs, and service projects that encourage public understanding of and access to our justice system.
It is recommended that interested applicants contact the Executive Director at (804)780-2600 to discuss the availability of grant funds prior to submitting an application.
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