The following is a list of local and national resources that might be of interest to Philanthropy West Virginia members. If you are in search of an organization or service not listed on this website or you have suggestions for improving this resources page, please feel free to contact us.
Keep5Local Program: A statewide campaign to engage West Virginia’s transfer of wealth to grow local community foundation endowments for greater grantmaking and impact. Check out the community foundation, affiliate or geographic funds serving your county or community.
Volunteer WV!/West Virginia Commission on National and Community Service
Provides information regarding volunteerism, national and community service, and produces a regular newsletter with information regarding available trainings and workshops for nonprofit organizations.
West Virginia Secretary of State: The Secretary of State serves as West Virginia’s chief charitable oversight office. To register for your charitable status or nonprofit fundraising, check out their resources and website.
United Philanthropy Forum: The Forum is the national network of Philanthropy WV’s peers and other national/regional Philanthropy Advancing Organizations. Philanthropy WV & The Forum connect our members with the largest network of foundations and corporate giving in the country.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy: The national publication for philanthropy and the work of the sector.
The Foundation Center: The Center provides resources and services for grantseekers as well as grantmakers. Check out the options for their regional/local grant searching partnerships at local libraries and universities.
Guidestar: In Guidestar’s effort to create a more transparent and accountable nonprofit community, they provide searchable IRS Forms 990 for both public charities and private foundations.
The Independent Sector’s mission is to promote, strengthen, and advance the nonprofit and philanthropic community, to foster private initiative for the public good.