Please share the 2017 Marshall County Clean Up Schedule!
Used furniture, toys, bikes, and other household items can be dropped off at the Appalachian Outreach Inc. Warehouse in the old Giant Eagle building.
We are happy to announce we already have 9 "donor teams" signed up for the "Hunger Doesn't Take a Summer Vacation" Community Food Drive! Our two teams that brought in the most pounds from last year Reynolds Memorial Hospital and Happy Tails Pet Salon, along with Bayer HFCU, Garry Lewis DDS inc, Gold, Khourey and Turak, Parents as Teachers, the City of Moundsville, Noble Energy, and Chevron.
A tip for donor teams: Kroger offers "Free Friday Downloads" which are online coupons that allow you to get one free item to add to your order. This week the free item is "Cup of Noodles."
The Marshall County FRN will be holding its Second Annual "Hunger Doesn't Take a Summer Vacation" Community Wide Food Drive to support Marshall County food pantries, soup kitchens, backpack programs, and any organization providing food related assistance!
How can you help? We invite you to form a “donor team” within your business, group, or organization and take part in the Second Annual “Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Vacation” Community Food Drive. The Marshall County FRN will be hosting a meeting for all teams interested in supporting our neighbors that are working to address food challenges in our community. The meeting will take place at the Marshall County FRN, 1501 Second Street Moundsville, WV 26041, on Wednesday, April 5th, at 11:30 AM. Please RSVP by March 30th. Lunch will be provided.
Last year, with your help, we were able to support 12 organizations with the 9,100 pounds of food gathered from the drive! This year, our goal is 10,000 pounds of food and we are excited to get started!
The Marshall County Family Resource Network, a nonprofit organization located in Moundsville, has translated West Virginia's energy boom into resources and projects that benefit local residents. Learn more in this Executive Exclusive.
The Chevron Community Fund is a great opportunity for Marshall County organizations! Applications are due April 21st!
"The fund is focused on providing grants to nonprofit organizations that are located in and/or substantially serve Marshall County, West Virginia. Requests of up to $10,000 will be considered. Funding is focused on, but is not limited to, the following areas: Basic Human Needs, STEM Education and Workforce Development. Other funding areas may be considered."
“Chevron will be operating in this region for decades, and we are committed to improving the social and economic well-being of the communities in which we operate,” said Nigel Herne, Vice President of Chevron’s Appalachian/Michigan Business Unit.