Serving Nonprofits. Strengthening West Virginia.

News

Everyday Advocacy

By on December 22, 2014 in Advocacy & Policy
Everyday Advocacy

Cynthia Persily, PhD, RN, FAAN   Dr. Persily is the CEO of Highland Hospital in Charleston, WV At the Highland companies in Charleston, we advocate for patients every day. Our advocacy efforts are with families, with payers, with state agencies, and with organizations who can provide continued services to our patients in the community. Regardless of […]

Continue Reading »

2014 Policy Institute

By on November 19, 2014 in Advocacy & Policy
2014 Policy Institute

Who? Board members, CEOs, staff and volunteers of West Virginia’s Foundations and Nonprofits. What? Join us for the Inaugural Policy Institute for those who are new to experts in the public policy/government relations arena for a five hour program to prepare for the 2015 West Virginia Legislative Session Why? It is critical to your organization’s […]

Continue Reading »

Nonprofits, philanthropy have major role in drug abuse fight, execs say

By on November 7, 2014 in News
Nonprofits, philanthropy have major role in drug abuse fight, execs say

By Jessica Farrish REGISTER-HERALD REPORTER Nonprofit organizations and philanthropic business owners are key pieces of the solution to an ever-growing drug addiction problem in the state, said Booth Goodwin, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia, Thursday. Goodwin spoke at The Resort at Glade Springs, addressing representatives of  nonprofit and for-profit companies and concerns at […]

Continue Reading »

Philanthropy West Virginia and the West Virginia Nonprofit Association Meet with Senator Joe Manchin

By on October 31, 2014 in News
Philanthropy West Virginia and the West Virginia Nonprofit Association Meet with Senator Joe Manchin

WBOY.com: Clarksburg, Morgantown: News, Sports, Weather WEST UNION – Senator Joe Manchin made a stop on Friday to the WVU Extension Service in West Union, for a roundtable discussion with Philanthropy West Virginia and the West Virginia Non Profit Association. They discussed how non-profits improve communities, and how they can work with Senator Manchin to […]

Continue Reading »

Share your NIP story

By on September 22, 2014 in News
Share your NIP story

The diversity of organizations and programs among Neighborhood Investment Program participants is representative of the diversity of the WVNPA and West Virginia’s nonprofit sector as a whole. Supported programs range from after school programs and childhood literacy to homeless services and job training.

Continue Reading »

Top