Catawba Valley Community Foundation



Whatever your means or charitable goals, the Catawba Valley Community Foundation makes it easy to become a philanthropist. You may contribute to any of the funds at any time, in any amount - or start a new endowment for your favorite charity with $10,000 in initial funding. (Scholarship Funds require $25,000 in initial funding.). We can help you explore estate planning options that will benefit causes near to your heart, while meeting your own financial goals. Our affiliation with the North Carolina Community Foundation assures professional stewardship of all funds.

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Recent News from Catawba Valley Community Foundation


Recovering addicts to share stories at CVCC
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

Financial supporters include Catawba Valley Community Foundation, United Arts Council of Catawba County, and the Beaver Family...more

Family Care Center receives grant
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

Beth Watts, left, board member, Catawba Valley Community Foundation, presents Jane Earnest, executive director of Family Care Center of...more

Foundation conducts campaign in November
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

HICKORY — The Catawba Valley Community Foundation has launched a month-long fundraising campaign to boost community grant making...more

Substance abuse workshop scheduled
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation, North Carolina Community Foundation

HICKORY — Due to an increase in substance abuse in the area, Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory will host “Understanding Substance Abuse and Addiction: A Conference to Promote Awareness...more

Grant supports Safe Harbor Rescue Mission
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation, North Carolina Community Foundation

HICKORY — Safe Harbor Rescue Mission recently received a grant from the Kenneth K. Millholland and Suzanne G. Millholland Endowment Fund, a fund ... The NCCF is the single statewide community...more

Grant supports Safe Harbor Rescue Mission
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation, North Carolina Community Foundation

The NCCF is the single statewide community foundation serving North Carolina and has made $116 million in grants since its inception in 1988. With more than $222 million in assets, NCCF sustains...more

Notable Neighbor: Zack King lends support to community in role at Catawba County Public Health
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

He's a part of the Positive Parenting Support Council, the economic development strategy committee, board member for the Council of Adolescence, board member for the Arts Council and board member for...more

Top 10 Under 40 winners named; competition honors young professionals in Hickory area
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

... of Governments CEDS Committee Centro Latino, United Arts Council, Catawba Valley Community Foundation and Triple P Parent Support...more

Art Daytrip: “An Alexander County Christmas” Decorations, Exhibits
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

... The Winston Salem Foundation, Duke Energy, the Catawba Valley Community Foundation, the Friends of the Center membership program, and...more

Catawba Valley Foundation
Foundation: Catawba Valley Community Foundation

Nonprofit organizations in Alexander, Caldwell and Catawba counties seeking grants from the Catawba Valley Community Foundation are invited...more

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