Chevron Community Fund

“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.


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.

Grant applications will be accepted September 11, 2017 through October 20, 2017. Organizations are asked to apply only once per year, not each cycle.

The online grant application will be available when the grant process is open. If your organization has not already done so, you will need to create a login to apply for grants.

A preview of the Chevron grant application is available here.

Chevron Fund Guidelines

Grant applications may be submitted online through our grants management software, Foundant. Once you click on the Foundant link, please read the welcome message on the right side of the screen and follow the steps to create an account. If your organization has previously created an account, please do not create another one. Simply contact CFOV for support.


The following organizations have recently received grants from Chevron Community Fund:

American Red Cross Northwest West Virginia American Red Cross Disaster Cycle Services in Marshall County $3,750.00
Cameron Volunteer Fire Department Rescue Stabilization Kit $8,500.00
Near Earth Object Foundation Imaging the Sky $2,794.00
The Children’s Museum of the Ohio Valley Valerie Reed $6,757.00
Wheeling Health Right Inc Primary Care for the Uninsured and Underinsured in Marshall County $10,000.00
Youth Services System, Inc. Mental Health Matters at Moundsville Middle $5,000.00