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The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi was born out of a cooperative project in 2000 to place an online computer in every DeSoto County public classroom. DeSoto became the first county in Mississippi to accomplish this goal as a pilot project for the state.

Following this model, Mississippi became the first state in the nation with an online computer in every public school classroom. After this success, a local steering committee met for more than two years, and the Foundation was incorporated in January 2002 to serve eight counties: Coahoma, DeSoto, Marshall, Panola, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tunica and Tate.

Recent News from Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi


Crystal Ball 2022 canceled due to virus concerns | DeSoto County News
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Officials with the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi have announced the cancellation of the Crystal Ball 2022 Gala fundraiser...more

Crystal Ball Gala postponed due to COVID | News | desototimes.com
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The foundation gives over $2.5 million in grants each year. This is the second year in a row that the organization has had to alter its plans....more

Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi awarded 4-star rating by Charity Navigator ...
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Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi President Keith Fulcher (left) presents CFO Carol Smith (middle) and Chairman of the Board...more

Free Transportation From Anywhere in the Mississippi Delta to a Vaccination Location
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In light of the increased prevalence of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi highlighted its free transportation initiative. In partnership...more

Community Baby Shower taking place Tuesday at Stein Mart Square
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From there, the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi connected Presley and the Diaper Bank of the Delta with the national diaper...more

Virtual Crystal Ball benefits Northwest Mississippi all year
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This year, the Community Foundation has an unaudited amount of over $200,000 raised. The Crystal Ball supports causes such as the purchase...more

Vaccination Transportation Initiative launched by community leader and entrepreneur Pam Chatman
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The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi announced this week its latest COVID-19 relief effort in partnership with Pam Chatman,...more

Community Foundation's Crystal Ball Gala set for Saturday
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The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi will honor Charley Pride and local volunteers at its 21st annual Crystal Ball Gala on...more

$1.2 Million in CARES Act funds available through the Community Foundation of Northwest ...
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To date, the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi has granted $118,660 to 20 nonprofits and food pantries. When the legislature returned...more

Sunflower County, Delta organizations benefitting from CFNM fund
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The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi (CFNM) launched Phase II of its FEED Northwest Mississippi Fund thanks to the Dan...more



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