on Fund
Grant Cycle Open Until August 3rd!


Honoring our Veterans 

The region has a permanent reminder that "Freedom is Not Free." The Veterans Memorial, dedicated in 2007 in Dan Daniel Memorial Park and administered by the Community Foundation, honors veterans of all branches of service.  Click to learn more or to purchase an engraved brick.  

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The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region
541 Loyal Street
Danville, Virginia 24541

Don't Forget!   
Our grant cycle is open!  To begin your application click here. 
Our Mission

To improve and enrich the lives of people in our community by encouraging the generosity of donors; by receiving, managing and distributing important resources; and by meeting a variety of charitable purposes in our community.
Our Vision

To recognize needs and provide resources to improve the quality of life in our community and to serve the wishes of our donors.
July 2015
Competitive Grant Cycle Applications Due
August 3, 2015

We are accepting grant applications until the
August 3rd deadline.  All applications must be submitted online and on time.  No late or incomplete applications will be accepted.

Applicants must serve Pittsylvania County, Caswell County or the City of Danville.  All applicants must be a 501(c)3 organization or qualifying governmental organization.

To begin your application click here and click the Apply Now link.
Northern Pittsylvania County Luncheon    

Northern Pittsylvania County has received more than $170,000 in grants and scholarships from The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region since it began in 1996.  An additional $820,000 has been awarded to Chatham area and general Pittsylvania County organizations.

The complete listing of grants was shared at a
June 23 luncheon for Northern Pittsylvania County supporters, grant recipients and potential donors at Mama Rosa's restaurant.  Information was also shared about the online grant cycle for nonprofit organizations with an August 3, 2015 deadline.

To learn more click here.  
Retiring Board Members

The Community Foundation would like to recognize with appreciation the retiring members of our Board of Directors for their faithful service.  


We thank them for all the time and energy they invested on The Community Foundation's Board of Directors and on our Committees.  Their support was vital to helping others see the vision of our mission to improve and enrich area lives.    


Retiring Board of Directors, from left to right: Scott Batson, Ed Pope, Logan Young, Gail Gunn, and Brenda Blair