Community Impact Foundation
The First National Bank Community Impact Foundation presented five area non-profits each with $2,600 as part of the Fall 2022 distribution.
The First National Bank Community Impact Foundation presented five area non-profits each with $2,400 as part of the Spring 2022 distribution.
Rush Homes assists members of the community by providing affordable and accessible housing for those with low income and disabilities. This mission aligns with that of the Community Impact Foundation, which is to assist those in the community in obtaining safe and affordable homes. Rush Homes is a vital organization to our community and provides invaluable resources to those in need.
Isaiah 117 House assists members of the community by providing physical and emotional support in a safe and welcoming environment for children awaiting foster care placement. The mission of this organization aligns with that of the Community Impact Foundation, as it strives to better the lives of youth in our community.
246 The Main Cultural Arts Theatre provides an outlet for members of the community to express and engage themselves with the arts. While providing this opportunity, along with countless others, this organization also provides scholarship opportunities to a deserving theatre major in the community. This mission aligns with that of the Community Impact Foundation – to support education initiatives in our area.
House of Hope is a vital resource for those in the Danville area and the surrounding communities. Shelter is a basic necessity that all should have access to regardless of circumstances. House of Hope provides this necessity to those in need, while also cultivating community relationships and fostering social connections
Pittsylvania County Community Action assists members of the community by opening doors for better opportunities and better quality of life while increasing self-sufficiency. The mission of this organization aligns with the purpose of the Community Impact Foundation, which is to provide support for organizations that aim to assist those in need in our communities.
First National Bank Community Impact Foundation presented four area non-profits each with $3,000 as part of the Fall 2021 distribution.
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Roads to Recovery is a local organization that looks to assist those who struggle with substance abuse find and sustain recovery. The organization also looks to remove the stigma of asking for help.
National Center for Healthy Veterans is an organization who's mission is to return veterans healthy back to America after combat, and also assist in finding those who served better opportunities for healthy lives and great job opportunities.
Lynchburg Daily Bread is an organization that assists members in the Lynchburg community who are in search of a meal by providing hot, nutritious and free options for those who have come upon hard times, no matter what they may be.
Danville/Pittsylvania Cancer Association is an organization that serves those who have been diagnosed with cancer in the City of Danville and Pittsylvania County. The organization provides cancer-related prescriptions, travel reimbursement and medical supplies and equipment in the community.
First National Bank Community Impact Foundation presented three area non-profits each with $2,850 as part of the Spring 2021 distribution.
Altavista Area Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing for families in need of a home. More affordable housing means more people with a safe, secure place to rest. Like food, shelter is an essential human need, and the Community Impact Foundation is pleased to assist Altavista Area Habitat with executing their mission and providing for those in need.
Camp Kum-Ba-Yah, located in Boonsboro, offers outdoor enrichment activities for any age group. Celebrating 71 years of service in 2021, Camp Kum-Ba-Yah has been at the fore of social justice since its inception in 1950. Working to bring people of diverse backgrounds and experiences together, especially young people, the Camp continues to set an example for outdoor leadership and youth outreach programming.
Blue Ridge Area Food Bank’s Lynchburg branch serves thousands of meals each month, alleviating the impact of hunger and food insecurity. Food is an essential human need; when a person is hungry or anxious about where their next meal will come from, they are not equipped to do and be their best. Thank you to the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, for your continuing efforts to lessen the impact of hunger and food insecurity in our region.