Member Spotlight: North Central West Virginia Community Action Agency

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2020 marks Fahe’s 40th anniversary of building the American Dream. Over these four decades, Fahe has invested over $1.5 Billion which has directly changed the lives of over 616,000 people.  Our 50+ Members, all local leaders, are directly responsible for our ability to connect communities to investments and opportunity. As we celebrate our anniversary throughout the year, we are taking time to acknowledge and showcase our Members and highlight the important work they are doing which will impact the future of our communities for the next 40 years and beyond.

North Central West Virginia Community Action Agency- Philippi, WV

North Central West Virginia Community Action Agency (NCWVCAA) has been an advocate for those living in poverty in West Virginia since 1966. NCWVCAA serves the residents of Monongalia, Marion, Preston, Taylor, Barbour, Tucker, Randolph, Pocahontas, and Greenbrier counties. They also serve the residents of Webster County through their Head Start program. In each county, NCWVCAA operates an office facility where staff and volunteers find unique opportunities to help citizens empower themselves.

Committed to reducing the effects of poverty on the region, NCWVCAA offers variety of programs to help Individuals, families, and communities meet the challenges of today and overcome the changes of tomorrow. These programs include case management, VITA/EITC, Head Start/Early Head Start, homeless recovery, housing assistance, veteran services, and weatherization.

NCWVCAA is a certified packager USDA 502 Direct loans through Fahe’s USDA 502 Packaging program. The 502 Direct Packaging Program allows Fahe to enhance the delivery of these mortgage loans to rural areas through a network of intermediaries, many of which are Fahe Members. This allows underserved areas access to affordable mortgage products and allows the packagers a chance to earn a fee which increases their capacity to serve communities.   

Through these programs, NCWVCAA empowers families and individuals to reach their highest levels of social and economic independence, making the American Dream a reality for the families and residents of North Central West Virginia.

To learn more about NCWVCAA and their programs, follow the links below:

NCWVCAA Website

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Join our Anniversary Celebration

Over the course of 2020, we will be celebrating Fahe’s history through sharing historical photos, family stories, and future projects, as well as other Member Highlights. Please join our 40th anniversary celebration by sharing your memories, pictures, and support for Fahe on social media.  Please join in by using the hashtag #WeAreFahe.  You can find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Olivia Brock Schemanski
Olivia Brock Schemanski
Olivia Brock Schemanski
Olivia Brock Schemanski serves as Fahe's Communication VISTA. She holds a BA in Business Administration with a minor in Public Relations from Eastern Kentucky University. She's an avid lover of music and in her free time she enjoys photography, going to concerts and re-watching "The Office."

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