Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands



The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) was established in 1990 with a $500,000 endowment. CFVI is governed by a Board of Directors composed of community leaders interested in the welfare of the Virgin Islands and managed by a professional staff. CFVI manages more than 90 named funds, administers scholarships and community programs, awards grants, and coordinates the establishment of memorial funds.

To donors, CFVI offers a complete tool kit for charitable giving, expert assistance in learning more about the causes they care about, and the opportunity to join others with similar interests to give together.

To the community at large, CFVI offers a permanent, growing source of grant monies, as well as a common meeting ground and leadership on important issues in the region.

CFVI has established named funds with over $5 million in endowed assets and more than $1 million in annual grants, awards, and scholarships throughout the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Web Address

www.cfvi.net

Recent News from Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands


Community Action NOW!, DeGraff, White to Hold Town Hall for Savan Community
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

through funding provided by the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands; Community Center – Mural Project; Acknowledgements for...more

CFVI receives $50K grant from Liberty Foundation
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands announced Monday it has received a $50,000 grant from the Liberty Foundation that will be used...more

Virtue of the Week: Acceptance
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

– How does my worldview shape my sense of justice? The Virtues Project is provided by the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands in...more

Caribbean Genealogy Library Presents the St. Thomas Graphics Collection
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

Funding for this free presentation is provided through the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) by a grant from the National...more

My Brother's Workshop adds heavy equipment training to curriculum
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

The new heavy equipment program, funded through a grant from the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands, with funding from Cruzan...more

CFVI Offering Neighborhood Revitalization & Resilience Grants
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS — The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) is offering grants to grass-roots organizations throughout the...more

Dock rebuild to boost access to historically rich Hassel Island
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

... tours for school children at the end of the school year with a grant from the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands to fund the...more

Applications Open for Jaci and Jerry Silverberg Summer Music Scholarships for HS Students
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) will directly pay invoices or reimburse eligible expenses backed up by receipts....more

Three Queens Ventures Women's Business Accelerator launched
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

Three Queens Ventures was made possible, in part, through a grant furnished by the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands. The initial focus...more

CBCC Working to Provide Recognition of Historic Schoolhouse Properties on STJ
Foundation: Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands

This project is made possible through a grant from the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands with funding provided by The National...more



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