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CFWNC works with professional advisors, like Brevard attorney Michael K. Pratt, to help clients meet their charitable goals.
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The Ramble Charitable Fund is supporting an Arts & Wellness program for area veterans.
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Nonprofit fundholder SAHC works with CFWNC to preserve land and clean water for future generations.

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Maria Hinojosa is the featured speaker for the 14th Annual Power of the Purse®. Her talk, “My American Experience: Immigration, Disparity and Opportunity,” will address the critical issues of migration, immigration and changing demographics. Reservations for the May 22, 2018 event can be made beginning March 2018.  Learn More

From humble beginnings, CFWNC has grown into a center for philanthropy with $289 million (9/30/17) in assets.  That growth happened because of relationships that were built over decades, and it is the direct result of people choosing to invest in this region for the long haul. Read the online 2017 Year End Report - No Place Like Home to learn more. 

“Thank you for supporting The Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club of Transylvania County.  It is because of your help and generosity that we are able to continue to serve youth in our community who need us most.  Compassionate support truly makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of young people every day. We could not do it without you.” 

Tyree Griffin, Resource Development, The Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania County

For forty years, CFWNC has been working with donors, nonprofits and professional advisors to build permanent charitable resources for Western North Carolina.  You can be part of this legacy. 

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