Our Impact

Since 2016, the Pallottine Foundation of Buckhannon has partnered with dozens of nonprofit organizations to care for the physical, behavioral, and spiritual needs of people in central West Virginia.

The Foundation has invested over $1 million in health-focused initiatives and programming in Barbour, Lewis, Randolph, Upshur, and Webster counties. In continuing the legacy of the Pallottine Missionary Sisters, the Foundation seeks to advance transformative initiatives in the areas of health and wellnessfood insecurityspiritual and pastoral caresubstance use disordertobacco use prevention and cessation, and capacity building.

While financial investment in the community is summarized below, the Foundation’s impact can also be seen in stories about its partners and the people they serve. To learn more, visit our Partner Stories page.

Funding Since Inception by Focus Area

Capacity Building

15

Organizations Funded

25

Grants Awarded

$139K+

Total Funding Awarded

$5.6K+

Average Grant Size

Health & Wellness

40

Organizations Funded

100

Grants Awarded

$813K+

Total Funding Awarded

$8.1K+

Average Grant Size

All Other Initiatives

6

Organizations Funded

7

Grants Awarded

$169K+

Total Funding Awarded

$24.1K+

Average Grant Size

Total Funding from 2016 to 2023

46

Organizations
Funded

129

Grants
Awarded

$1.12M+

Total Funding
Awarded

$8.7K+

Average
Grant Size

Funding Since Inception by County

To view individual grant awards and project summaries, click here.