A Community Foundation’s 20th Turns into a Call to Action on Poverty and Race

The Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley (CFCV) began small, but it has grown rapidly. Starting, as Chuck Williams in the Ledger-Enquirer writes, with “$800,000 in cash, $1.7 million in endowments and 14 donors” in 1998, today it manages 300 funds, has $170 million in assets, and has to date awarded $155 million in grants in the Columbus, Georgia region.

via Nonprofit Quarterly

Peter Panepento