The Catawba County Capital Campaign Review Committee (CRC) formed in 2008 as a collaborative effort of the local philanthropic community. The CRC process is voluntary; its goal is to support the efforts of our nonprofit organizations by reviewing, endorsing and scheduling major capital fundraising campaigns.
The Catawba Valley Community Foundation, in partnership with the Catawba Chamber, United Way and United Arts, will staff and coordinate the CRC; however policies and endorsement decisions will be made by the CRC.
The primary goal is to support the efforts of Catawba County nonprofit organizations by reviewing, endorsing and scheduling major capital fundraising campaigns. These are defined as capital, endowment, or debt reduction campaigns during a specific time period, with a goal of raising $500,000 or more.
The CRC currently schedules campaign reviews in June and November. Applications must be received by 2:00 p.m. June 4, 2012; or November 1, 2012. Future dates will be determined.
ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY (click here for application)
Qualifying capital campaigns coming before the committee can include the following:
- Purchase of real estate for the purpose of building or renovating new facilities
- Construction or renovation of facilities on real estate already owned by the organization
- Renovation or additions to existing property
- Any fundraising efforts, including those seeking Endowment Funds, that fit the definition of a major campaign as described.