Helping those in need in Avery County, N.C.

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The October/November 2016 issue of HIGH COUNTRY MAGAZINE features a thoughtful and informative article about our Foundation. Thank you to Ken Ketchie and Jim Swinkola for bringing us to light in such a wonderful way. (PDF available here)

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We were fortunate to be featured in the Summer 2016 edition of CAROLINA MOUNTAIN LIFE Magazine, with a lovely article written by Ms. LouAnn Morehouse.

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Why We Do What We Do

Watch our new video about the mission and purpose of the High Country Charitable Foundation.

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Grants

The goal of the Foundation is to support local Avery County charitable services.

2022 GRANT APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

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Annual Dinner Dance Fundraiser


HCCF holds an annual Dinner Dance Fundraiser each summer at Elk River Club in Banner Elk, NC. 2022 marks our EIGHTH year serving Avery County! We look forward to many more.

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The Linville Volunteer Fire Department Dive Team recently received a grant from The High Country Charitable Foundation, Inc. With this funding, the Dive Team was able to purchase five dry suits, five dive computers, and five full face masks with radio capability. This equipment will greatly improve our team's ability to perform rescue and recovery missions for the citizens we protect. Many thanks to this wonderful charitable foundation for their support of our organization.

Pictured here are LVFD Rescue Divers Roy Dellinger, Paul Cole, and Cody Hoilman with members of the High Country Charitable Foundation.
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The Linville Volunteer Fire Department Dive Team recently received a grant from The High Country Charitable Foundation, Inc.  With this funding, the Dive Team was able to purchase five dry suits, five dive computers, and five full face masks with radio capability.  This equipment will greatly improve our teams ability to perform rescue and recovery missions for the citizens we protect.  Many thanks to this wonderful charitable foundation for their support of our organization.

Pictured here are LVFD Rescue Divers Roy Dellinger, Paul Cole, and Cody Hoilman with members of the High Country Charitable Foundation.
#linvillefire #makingithappen #diverescue
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The High Country Charitable Foundation, Inc.

The HCCF was proud to give out 34 grants today to charities in our community!

Thank you all for making a difference for the people and animals in need of Avery County!

Congrats to HCCF for a record setting year in giving back to the community we all love!
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The HCCF was proud to give out 34 grants today to charities in our community! 

Thank you all for making a difference for the people and animals in need of Avery County! 

Congrats to HCCF for a record setting year in giving back to the community we all love!Image attachment

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