Our Mission

The PATH Foundation enhances the health and vitality of our community.

Fauquier County

Rappahannock County

Northern Culpeper County

Areas of Focus

Access to Health

Mental Health

Childhood Wellness

Senior Services

What are some of the ways we have invested in our community?

$500,000+

to Strengthen Area Nonprofits

Learning Opportunities

PATH Resource Center

Provides nonprofits with free monthly workshops in fundraising, strategic planning and more

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Volunteers

PATH Volunteer Center

Matches eager volunteers with deserving nonprofits

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$350,000

in 30+ Make It Happen! grants, including:

Fauquier Education Farm

Fauquier Education Farm

Harvested 34,000 pounds of fresh produce for area food banks

Youth Volleyball

Warrenton Youth Sports Club

Provided partial funding to build outdoor volleyball courts at Athey Fields

Community Garden

Remington United Methodist Church

Started a community garden to provide healthy food options

Fauquier FISH Holiday Event

Fauquier FISH

Provided nutritious food to 230 families during the holidays

Youth Therapy

Mental Health Association of Fauquier County

Rappahannock County trained 81 school staff and 14 community members in Youth Mental Health First Aid

Youth Soccer

Culpeper Parks and Rec

Expanded outdoor activity options at Spilman Park

$330,000+

to Annual Give Local Piedmont Day

Sponsored by Northern Piedmont Community Foundation

Included a program that educated high school seniors on giving back

$1,000,000

to Lord Fairfax Community College

STEM-H Building

To increase educational opportunities in health and allied fields

More than $3,650,000

in Overall Investment in the Community

How else did the PATH Foundation help?

Community Outreach

PATH to Better

Brought together 400 community members for a wellness day with celebrity trainer Dolvett Quince

Inspirational Talk: Featuring Wes Moore

Welcomed New York Times best-selling author of "The Other Wes Moore"

Spoke with students from Fauquier, Kettle Run and Liberty high schools

Shared his journey from a troubled teen to a Rhodes Scholar, veteran and White House Fellow

Gave advice on decision-making, goal setting and the importance of working hard.

Author Wes Moore

Intern Program

Hosted nine college interns

Assisted PATH Foundation, Leadership Fauquier, Fauquier County Mental Health Association and the Fauquier County Community Development office

Developed leadership and project management skills

Walk Your Warrenton

Encouraged walking by developing a website and social media campaign, as well as identifying distances to parks, the library and more

PATH Foundation Grantees

  • Aging Together
  •  Allegro Community School of the Arts
  • Arc of North Central VA
  • Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier
  • Brumfield Elementary School
  • Child Care and Learning Center
  • Community Touch, Inc.
  • Culpeper County
  • Culpeper County Parks and Recreation
  • Culpeper Soccer Association
  • Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.
  • Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store, Inc.
  • Fauquier County 4-H
  • Fauquier County Community Development
  • Fauquier County Department of Social Services
  • Fauquier County Public Library
  • Fauquier County Public Schools
  • Fauquier County Sheriff’s Department
  • Fauquier Education Farm
  • Fauquier Excellence in Education Foundation
  • Fauquier FISH
  • Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.
  • Fauquier Habitat for Humanity
  • Foothills Forum
  • Friends of the Rappahannock
  • Girls on the Run Piedmont
  • Headwaters Foundation
  • Healthy Culpeper
  • Hospice Support of Fauquier County
  • John Marshall Soil & Water District
  • Kettle Run High School
  • Leadership Fauquier
  • Liberty High School
  • Lord Fairfax Community College
  • Marshall Middle School
  • Mental Health Association of Fauquier County
  • MM Pierce Elementary School
  • Mountain Vista Governor’s School Foundation
  • National Capital Lyme Disease Association
  • Northern Piedmont Community Foundation
  • Partnership for Warrenton
  • PB Smith Elementary School
  • Piedmont Environmental Council
  • Rapp at Home
  • Rappahannock County 4-H
  • Rappahannock County Schools
  • Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services – Behavioral Health
  • Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission
  • RappU
  • Remington Post 247 – American Legion
  • Remington United Methodist Church – for the Remington Community Garden
  • Taylor Middle School
  • Town of Warrenton
  • Toys for Tots
  • Trinity Episcopal Church – for creation of Rapp at Home Senior Village Concept
  • Verdun Adventure Bound
  • VolTran
  • Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility
  • Warrenton Police Department
  • Warrenton Youth Sports Club
  • Windy Hill Foundation

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