25 Stories of Impact: Story #6

25 Stories of Impact: Story #6

SPCA of Pittsylvania County, 2020 CFDRR Competitive Grant Recipient

According to SPCA: With grant funds we received from CFDRR, we were able to spay 20 dogs for citizens whose dogs had given birth to unwanted litters of puppies, and we were able to provide TNR (trap-neuter-release) services for 100 feral cats living in feral communities cared for by county residents.  It is very gratifying to know that we are giving a better quality of life not only to animals, but also to their caregivers and community as a whole.

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25 Stories of Impact: Story #5

25 Stories of Impact: Story #5

Caswell Cancer Resource Fund – Caswell Family Medical Center, 2020 CFDRR Competitive Grant Recipient

According to CFMC:  The funds received from CFDRR have been imperative in providing cancer patients with assistance they otherwise would not have received.  Examples of assistance provided to patients include gas cards to help with transportation to appointments, cards to purchase food because their stay for treatment is more than a day, or co-pays so patients can attend their actual appointment.

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Our Valentine & First New Fund of 2021!

Our latest e-news includes our CFDRR Valentine for this year and our first new fund of 2021, scholarship information and reminders, defining an acorn fund, a story of impact, and more! Click the button below for our full e-newsletter.

25 Stories of Impact: Story #4

Northern Pittsylvania County Food Center, 2020 CFDRR Competitive Grant Recipient

According to NPCFC: The monies received from CFDRR have helped us provide food to those in need in the northern portion of Pittsylvania County. We know that these food items have gone a long way in adding nutrition for individuals and families in need. We are fortunate to be able to help in this way. It would be nice to say that we could eliminate the need to provide food to our area families, but we know that the need will continue to be with us – now more than ever. Even though we can’t eliminate this need, we help to bring hope to those who need it most.

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Stories of Impact: Story #3

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Danville Area, 2020 Community Foundation of the Dan River Region Competitive Grant Recipient

“Boys & Girls Clubs of the Danville Area (BGCDA) would not have been able to purchase [the computers] without the reallocation. This reallocation has provided BGCDA to work with students from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., currently running virtual school support for members in Danville and Pittsylvania County. Members always have a backup Chromebook or one to use to research. It has also allowed staff to work with members during the “afterschool” programming hours from 2:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. on key BGCDA programming areas.”

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Stories of Impact: Story #2

Danville Life Saving and First Aid Crew, Inc., 2020 Community Foundation of the Dan River Region Competitive Grant Recipient

For many years, The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region has worked with Tommy Pruett, Executive Director of the Danville Life Saving Crew. The Foundation extends our condolences to Tommy’s family, friends, and colleagues at the Danville Life Saving Crew.

“For over 30 years, the Danville Life Saving Crew has provided an Emergency Medivac Heliport for the specific purpose of extending to our local hospital the ability to send patients to an acute care facility that can better serve the patient health care needs in emergent situations. The helipad was deteriorating and had reached the point of being obsolete. The concrete pad had severe cracks and its lighting was now outdated. When the project was completed, operation of our Heliport resumed. We hardly “missed a beat” in providing for air transports. Signage has recently been installed in public view that gives credit to The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region and to SOVAH-Health Danville for making this improvement possible.”

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Celebrating 25 Years, Competitive Grant Awards & Stories of Impact!

The Community Foundation is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary! Read more for news and updates, including CFDRR’s 2021 competitive grant cycle awards, new bequests and funds, how to start a fund with CFDRR, and a unique story of impact from one of our grantees!

Educational Opportunities, New Funds, Ongoing Partnerships & More!

Read the latest news from CFDRR here!

CFDRR 2020 Grant Recipients