The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County is accepting proposals for the property located at 25 West Water Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia, with the goal of the property being used for unmet healthcare needs of the low income and most vulnerable members of our community. (This property previously housed the operations of the H-R Free Clinic.)
The Community Foundation is looking for an organization to gift the property. Our goal is to secure a nonprofit within the next six months. Please dream with us as we honor the work of the H-R Free Clinic and its donors to find the perfect recipient.
- Organizations must be tax-exempt public charities under IRS Section 501(c)3 or other nonprofit status.
- Organizations must provide a program at the property to serve the unmet healthcare needs of the low income and most vulnerable members of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.
- Please call TCFHR, 540-432-3863, if you have questions regarding eligibility before applying.
Application Deadline: August 31 at 5:00PM
The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County celebrates another successful year working with donors in providing scholarships to students in our local area. Over $245,000 in scholarship were given to students of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Congratulations to all 2021 scholarship recipients! For the list of students, please visit our 2021 Scholarship Awards page.
TCFHR believes education is the key to a bright future. TCFHR administers a variety of merit based and aid scholarship programs that grant more than $200,000 annually to high school, community college and university students. The majority of our scholarships are designated for current or former residents of Harrisonburg or Rockingham County. Scholarships are made for tuition and related educational expenses and are paid directly to the educational institution.
Merit based and financial aid scholarships are established by generous local individuals, corporations or organizations to assist students with their educational pursuits. Often scholarships are created in the name of the donor or by families who wish to memorialize a loved one. Other financial aid scholarships have been established by individuals who simply want to extend a helping hand for college-bound students. Each scholarship expresses a deep belief in the power of education to help students achieve their academic dreams.
For more information on how to establish a scholarship with TCFHR, visit www.tcfhr.org or call us at 540-432-3863.