We know that a strong nonprofit system is key to a healthy community. That's why we offer a variety of resources to help nonprofit organizations increase their effectiveness and enhance their capacity to deliver high-quality services. Click on the links below to get connected!
Nonprofit Training and Networking Opportunities
Attend Rappahannock United Way's trainings in 2013
View Schedule and Registration Form
Nonprofit Training Scholarship Application
Community Information Share Listserv
Share and network online with hundreds of other nonprofits, schools, businesses, and individuals.
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Recruit volunteers and board members for your nonprofit through our Volunteer Center.
See volunteer opportunities
Share best practices and network with other volunteer administrators at these volunteer professional-focused trainings and networking opportunities.
Council of Executives
Share best practices and network among your peers at this group exclusively for nonprofit Executive Directors in the Greater Fredericksburg region. Designed to prepare executives to take their organizations to new heights in terms of growth, sustainability, accountability and effectiveness.
For more information or to attend a meeting email Bunny Melzer
Download and develop the proper logic model for your organization
View the guide
Tools to help your organization manage and measure the success of your programs
Nonprofit Operating Reserves Resources
Operating Reserves Policy Toolkit
Operating Reserves Presentation
Operating Reserves White Paper
Community Benefit Fund Announcement
Community Benefit Fund Guidelines
REC LEARN Grant Announcement
REC LEARN Grant Applicationt
Additional Nonprofit Resources
Common Good Forecaster
Commonwealth Institute Poverty Data Release
The Commonwealth Institute evaluation of the new U.S. Census data. Includes a poverty and median income chart for the state of Virginia.
Community Needs Assessment
Assessment of needs in Planning District 16 community.
CRRL NonProfit Center
Foundation Center: Training Calendar
Foundation Center: List of Virginia's Foundation & Funders
How Americans Spend Their Day
The American Time Use Survey asks thousands of American residents to recall every minute of every day.
Mapping & Reporting
This customizable data tool allows users to view information by region or locality.
Mary Washington Healthcare Trainings
Non-partisan economic and social policy research.
Virginia Cooperative Extension Resources
Access guidebooks, tools, and articles on finances, parenting, housing, health and more.
Virginia Housing Search
A housing search locator service that provides detailed information about rental properties and helps people find housing to best fit their needs.
Provides a scorecard that ranks the Commonwealth’s economy, health, public safety, education, environment and more.
Introduction to Corporate Giving
How to Approach a Foundation
Introduction to Finding Funders
Getting Ready for Foundation Fundraising
Guide to Fiscal Sponsorship
Your Board and Fundraising
Before You Seek a Grant: A Checklist for New Nonprofits
Introduction to Fundraising Planning
Guide to Online Grant-seeker Resources
Proposal Budgeting Basics
Proposal Writing Basics
Proposal Writing Short Course
Agencies receiving payouts from the 2011 Campaign can access the agency portal here:
Rappahannock United Way
has created a
Charity Tracker Network
for local service providers
to track and share client data.
Click here to find out more...
Thanks to our Supporters
Community Enrichment Fund of the Community Foundation
Grants and Funding Information
- Potomac Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
- National Capital Area (CFC)
- Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC)
- Local Government Campaign (LGC)
- The Community Foundation
- Federal Government HUD Grants
- Mary Washington Hospital Foundation