CNX Foundation Donates $30,000 to Support Volunteer Fire Departments Across West Virginia

Blacksville, Hundred and Wadestown VFDs Receive Funding for New Supplies

CNX Foundation is proud to support the Wadestown, Hundred and Blacksville volunteer fire departments (VFDs) in funding new supplies, upgrades and training. Each department received a $10,000 contribution toward their operational efforts.

CNX Foundation commends the volunteer fire departments for their dedication toward making a tangible, impactful and local difference in their communities throughout the Appalachian Basin. With the contributions, the Blacksville, Hundred and Wadestown volunteer fire departments will continue to impact their communities thanks to CNX Foundation’s investment in long-term, sustainable returns for the region. 

“Volunteer fire departments work tirelessly to make our communities safe,” said Alex Reyes, CNX Resources Executive Vice President and General Counsel. “Our first responders advocacy strategy ensures that these departments can continue to provide their emergency services. We are grateful for their heroism and look forward to supporting them through our operational footprint.”

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About CNX Foundation

About CNX Foundation

The CNX Foundation is a registered 501c(3) philanthropic organization that invests tangibly, impactfully, and locally targeting urban and rural communities within the Appalachian Basin that face socio-economic challenges. With a commitment of $30 million over six years and a focus on underserved populations, the CNX Foundation seeks to set a new standard for how corporations engage with their communities. Additional information, including funding criteria and grant application details can be found at