Gloucester Resource Council

Upcoming Non-Profit Events in Gloucester!

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Here is a list of upcoming non-profit events here in Gloucester!

Puller Center Business Lunch


Join Versability Resources for a delicious lunch to learn how the Puller Center can help local businesses thrive! Employees with disabilities at the Puller Center can meet long and short-term business needs while exceeding expectations!

Time/Date: Monday, March 14 ~ Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Location: Lulu Birds Kitchen ~ 6553 Main Street, Gloucester

RSVP to Jessie at (757) 896-6473 or


This luncheon is open to business and community leaders and there is no cost to attend. Local businesses can create new jobs and opportunities for people with disabilities to work and be active parts of our community. Come learn how the Puller Center can become a business asset and partner!


Clean Gloucester Day


The 6th annual Clean Gloucester Day will take place on the 19th of March, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, where hundreds of volunteers will collect tons of trash, litter, and debris through the county.

To sign up, register at


Daffodil Festival

The 30th Annual Daffodil Festival will be held on Saturday, April 2nd & April 3rd on Main Street in Gloucester Courthouse!



Womanless Beauty Pageant


The 3rd Annual Womanless Beauty Pageant will be held at the Gloucester Moose Lodge on the 16th of April from 7-11 PM. Proceeds will benefit The Giving Garden Foundation and Women of the Moose Community Projects! Tickets are $15 per person in advance, and $20 at the door. Tickets are available at The Courthouse Restaurant, Eggheads Diner, Big Bob’s Flooring Outlet, Juan’s Mexican Cafe and Cantina and Allstate Insurance (Marsha Weatherwax). There will be light hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, raffles, DJ, & dancing.

For more information, contact or check out the Facebook event below!



Gloucester Community Foundation 2016 Grants Program


The Gloucester Community Foundation is pleased to announce its 2016 community grants program, with proposals due Monday, May 2, 2016 by 4:30 pm. Guidelines and instructions for applying can be found online at, clicking on “Receive” and “Apply for a Grant.”

New for 2016 – Gloucester Community Foundation, along with all affiliates of The Community Foundation, will begin using an ONLINE GRANT SYSTEM for community grants. This means emailed PDF or Word documents will not be accepted. Complete proposals must be submitted through the online system by the deadline.

Please visit for guidelines and instructions, including the link to begin completing the grant application. If you are a regional organization, and have submitted a request to an affiliate foundation (Mathews CF or River Counties CF) this year, you do not need to create new credentials.


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