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Community Impact

We proudly serve the communities in which we live and we support our team members who give their time and talent to make the world a better place. Below are a few of the organizations Northern Neck staff has supported in the past:

2023 Community Grant Recipients

    • Central Rappahannock Regional Library – Westmoreland Library on the Go
    • Garfield's Rescue
    • The Haven Shelter and Services
    • Jacob's Ladder
    • Morattico Waterfront Museum
    • SERVE
    • Upper Lancaster Vol. Fire Dept.
    • Washington Heritage Museums

2023 Employees Charitable Giving Fund Donation

    • Smith Point Sea Rescue


PRESS RELEASE: "Northern Neck Insurance Empowers Virginia Communities with $23,000 in Grants"


Community Grants – Expanding Our REACH and IMPACT

Being a Virginia-only company, we look for opportunities to help Virginians throughout the Commonwealth, not just in the Northern Neck. One of the ways NNINS helps to build a healthy and thriving community is through its grant program, offered once a year.

Grant Priorities

NNINS supports organizations that align with our brand and business mission, including those that support and promote:

  • Virginia Families (education, health and wellness, etc.)
  • Community Safety
  • Emergency Response
  • Virginia History and Culture  
  • Virginia’s Natural Environment 
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Safe and Affordable Housing

How to Apply

Application period is closed for 2023; grant recipients will be notified via email; public announcement will be made on social media on "Giving Tuesday," November 28, 2023


Must be a Virginia-based 501(c)(3) organization or agency serving residents of Virginia.

Not Eligible

  • Recipients who received an NNINS Community Grant the previous two years
  • Religious organizations
  • Organizations or projects that discriminate against individuals based on race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual preference
  • Organizations or projects that are considered to be in direct competition with NNINS
  • Political organizations or candidates
  • Individuals

Grant Amount

Grants typically range from $1,000 to $5,000.