The Williamsburg-James City County Scholarship Fund
The Williamsburg-James City County Scholarship Fund provided $66,825 in scholarships to 60 local students attending college throughout Virginia and beyond
Respite Care Center
Two donor-advised grants from generous WCF donors helped fund music and art therapy programs for clients with Alzheimers.
The ARC of Williamsburg
The ARC of Greater Williamsburg received a grant for client transportation from the Benjamin R. Altshuler Memorial Fund.
The Williamsburg Symphonia
The Williamsburg Symphonia's "Instruments for Kids Program" received funding to purchase instruments.
Matthew Whaley Elementary School
A grant from the WCF Community Endowment supported the After School Ballet Program at Matthew Whaley Elementary School
StageLights, Williamsburg’s Theatre for Children, used its grant funds to provide need-based scholarships to qualified lower income students
The Williamsburg Community Foundation connects people who care with causes that matter in our community..forever. The Foundation is a collection of gifts given by local donors. The gifts are invested. Each year earnings are returned to the community in the form of grants. These funds grow with each new gift and produce income that will continue to meet local needs for generations to come.
Our Business Partners
Creative Cuisines generously sponsored the Williamsburg Community Foundation’s Chairman’s Circle reception. The reception honors those who support WCF’s key priorities. Steve Munday of Creative Cuisines hosted the reception at his new party space on Garrison Drive.
Each year local businesses become Business Partners through their contributions in several ways. First, businesses can contribute to the WCF Annual Fund which provides ongoing support for the work of the Foundation. Secondly, a business may choose to underwrite a Foundation event, such as the Annual Donor Reception or one of our Grant Award Presentations. Thirdly, they can underwrite our "Cause Marketing efforts."
To meet our 2014-2015 Business Partners and learn how your business can participate, click here.
Pictured in the photo are (left to right) Nancy Sullivan, Executive Director, Steve Munday, and Kris MacKenzie, Office Manager.
Confirmed in Compliance with
National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.
Our New Address is:
1323 Jamestown Road, Suite 103
(In the Williamsburg Office Park Next to Colony Square Shopping Center)
Click Here for More Information
All Annual Reports and Newsletters are available from the Resources menu above.
2013-2014 Annual Report
Fall 2014 Newsletter
8/22/2014 - Request for Submissions for Rotating Artist Gallery
All local artists are invited to display their work in our new office space in the Williamsburg Office Park. Click here
for more information.
10/14/2014 - Over $123,000 awarded to local organizations
WCF distributed $123,637 at its Fall Grant Award luncheon. The total includes $44,450 contributed by some of the Foundation’s Donor-Advisors who chose to fund applications to the competitive grants program. The Grant Award Luncheon was generously underwritten by Williamsburg Insurance Associates
6/01/2014 - Over $66,825 in Scholarships Awarded to Local Students
At an awards ceremony on Sunday, June 1, $66,825 in scholarship money was awarded to 60 deserving students from Lafayette, Jamestown and Warhill High Schools. A more detailed news story and photos will be posted here soon.
List of 2014 Scholarship Recipients
5/07/2014 - Over $37,000 Awarded to Local Organizations
Over 100 people attended the Williamsburg Community Foundation’s Grant Award Luncheon on May 7, 2014 where over $37,000 was given to local nonprofit organizations. The Grant Award Luncheon was generously underwritten by Middle Peninsula Insurance
04/06/2014 - 15th Anniversary Gala a Huge Success
Joe Montgomery presented the Founders Award for Vision and Excellence to John Jamison at our 15th Anniversary Gala on April 6, 2014.View the Gala Slideshow
View our Gala Sponsors