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CCDFGC Criteria and Guidelines
CCDFGC Application Submission Checklist
CCDFGC – Project Timeline


Applicants must:

  • Be a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization as designated by the IRS
  • Provide services within Boone, Clay, Fayette, Kanawha, Greenbrier, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam, or Raleigh counties

Use of Funds

Annual grant awards will be up to $50,000 in the following categories:

  • The development of a natural learning environment/greenspace for children with learning disabilities or children in marginalized communities
  • Training for teachers/tutors on the educational needs of students with learning disabilities
  • Provide opportunities for children from marginalized communities to experience nature and learn the importance of conservation
  • Mentorship programs to help women with their transition back into the community
  • Provide resources in job training/placement, housing, and/or childcare
  • Individual and/or family counseling for the women and their families following treatment


Megan Simpson


CCDFGC Logic Model

Applicants may customize the inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes sections of this logic model by adding their own elements in addition to selecting those relevant to CCDFGC.

Please note that CCDFGC-supported projects must benefit marginalized persons.


A giving circle is formed when a group of people come together to pool their money, decide where to give that money, and learn about needs in their community.

In addition to pooling money, members contribute their time and talents to significantly contribute to the causes they care about.

The C. C. Dickinson Family Giving Circle has established a Donor-Advised Fund with The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation.

For more information or to make a gift, please contact