2022 Annual fund

The purpose of the Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF) is to help people in need in our local community. We need your help to do that!

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Red bows are back

The Peninsula Community Foundation is celebrating 20 years! To commemorate our celebration we are bringing back the Red Bow campaign.

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Uniting a
Generous Community

For non-profit organizations who would like to submit a grant application, please note that we now consider grants two times a year, in July (submitted by May 15) and in December (submitted by October 15).

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Our Mission

The mission of the Peninsula Community Foundation is to support and empower the work of nonprofit organizations in the Lake Norman area by providing financial resources and assistance.

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As neighbors and as a community, we believe we are stronger together. Show up and make a difference or help others who can.

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Portions of Love - Summer Lunch Program

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The Neighborhood Care Center is blessed to provide lunches for children in the community and we need your help.
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Oct

18

Donation Wish List

9:00 am
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5:00 pm
The Hope House is in need of cleaning items, household items, and pantry items for Hope House residents and their families.
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Success Stories

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PCF Partnership Luncheon
Ada Jenkins Mobile Dentistry Bus Hits the Road Again

News & Updates

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A Note From Our President

A Note From Our President

The purpose of the Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF) is to help people in need in our local community. And folks, we need your help to do that!

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A message to all our Generous Neighbors!

A message to all our Generous Neighbors!

While our annual gala won't be happening this year, what can’t be canceled is the incredible need of our local charities. The PCF is relying on our generous neighbors support in lieu of our Friendsgiving Gala. Here’s how you can still help!

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The Peninsula Community Foundation is celebrating 20 years!

The Peninsula Community Foundation is celebrating 20 years!

To commemorate the Peninsula Community Foundation's 20th year we are bringing back the Red Bow campaign. Reserve your bow and make a donation today!

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Two ways to be a great Peninsula neighbor!

Two ways to be a great Peninsula neighbor!

As neighbors and as a community, we believe we are stronger together. Here are three QUICK and EASY ways you can show up and make a difference or help others who can.

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New Brand and Website Launch

New Brand and Website Launch

The Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF) was first launched in 2001 by a group of Peninsula neighborhood residents who wanted to do more to help others in the Lake Norman area. We’re excited to celebrate this momentous anniversary with you by revealing the new look and feel of the PCF.

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Nonprofits we support

The Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF) unites the neighbors of the Peninsula Community in Cornelius, NC to empower the work of nonprofit organizations.

Ada Jenkins Center
Angels & Sparrows
Answer Scholarship Foundation
Bags of Hope
Beds for Kids
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte
Bright Blessings LKN
Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation
Caterpillar Ministries
Classroom Central
Community in Christ Preschool
Davidson Cornelius Child Development Center
Davidson Village Network
Discovery Place Kids
Emerald School of Excellence
Global Minds United
Hope House Foundation
Hospice & Palliative Care
Hunter Dalton HDLife Foundation
Lake Norman Community Health Clinic
Little Smiles
Live Healthy Kids
Make An Impact Foundation
Make-A-Wish® Central & Western North Carolina
Neighborhood Care Center
Safe Alliance
Scouting Through Soccer
Serenity House
Special Olympics North Carolina
Thrive Global Project
YMCA Lake Norman

Corporate Sponsors

Generous communities include generous businesses, too. We’re thankful to our corporate partners who help us invest in the Lake Norman area. Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact us.

Ivester Jackson Christie'sFirst National Bank