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 Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation

                        . . . enriching the area in which we live and work. 

         

Upcoming Deadlines

Silver Creek Irving Heritage Fund

Grant Deadline - September 30, 2014

Contact Eileen Dunn, 366-4892
edunn@nccfoundation.org

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Service Learning Mini-Grants Program

Deadline - October 17, 2014

Contact Diane Hannum, 366-4892
dhannum@nccfoundation.org

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The NCCF is a not-for-profit, 501 c(3) organization that builds permanent funds to benefit the charitable needs of our community.

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We are your community foundation

hands in the sand in a circleEstablished in 1986, the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation now holds more than $22 million in permanent funds, which allow us to distribute more than $467,000 annually in grants and scholarships for the betterment of the northern Chautauqua community.

These funds have been created through contributions from community minded individuals, businesses and not-for-profit organizations.

 The NCCF provides grants and support to a wide variety of charitable organizations. We are structured to support the most pressing needs in the community today and, as these needs change, so will our funding focus. In addition, we identify current and emerging issues, stimulate resources to address those needs and help our community prepare for the future. 

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Latest News

RUTH C. STACY COUNSELOR SCHOLARSHIP
The Ruth C. Stacy Counselor Scholarship Fund, established at the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation, recently awarded a scholarship to Ms. Ricque L. Greer.

NCCF’s Service Learning Mini-Grant Program
Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation is offering the Service Learning Mini-Grants Program to all schools in northern Chautauqua County. Funding is available on a competitive basis for projects that promote service learning to middle and high school level students.  Individual grants of up to $500 are available. 

NCCF Enjoys a Fair Week
Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation (NCCF) enjoyed a week at the Chautauqua County Fair. Volunteers enjoyed sharing NCCF information with fairgoers over free bags of popcorn.

Westfield Academy and Central School Gains a New NCCF Scholarship

NCCF is pleased to announce the establishment of the Steve and Helen Baran Scholarship Fund. Helen and the late Steve Baran established this scholarship to benefit a senior student living within the Town or Village of Westfield. The couple was honored in 2012 with the NCCF George B. Weaver Jr. Footprints Award for their numerous contributions in Chautauqua County.

NCCF Videos

2014 NCCF Footprints Award
2014 NCCF Footprints Award
Learning to Save
Learning to Save
Learn from the beginning
2013 Footprints Award
2013 Footprints Award
Stephen & Susan Cobb
NCCF on Access Channel 5
NCCF on Access Channel 5
Reed Powers interview with NCCF's Diane Hannum and Ida Klahn
NCCF Philanthropy in Action
NCCF Philanthropy in Action
Celebrating NCCF's 25th Anniversary