Grant Recipients

Striving to enhance the health and vitality of our community one step at a time.

The PATH Foundation is proud to support so many worthwhile entities in our community that need help to successfully fulfill their mission. Search our grant recipients to learn more about the projects we've funded.

Aging TogetherAging TogetherWebsite$30,000May 29, 2015General operating for organization's broad activities to educate and support senior citizens and their caregivers through an array of community partnerships and programs.General Operations and PlanningSenior Services
Allegro Community School of the ArtsAllegro Community School of the ArtsWebsite$7,880 December 11, 2014With help from a MIH grant, Allegro launched the “Can You Hear It?” program, designed specifically for the blind. Funds were used for Braille equipment and staff training.Make It HappenCommunity Vitality
Allegro Community School of the ArtsAllegro Community School of the ArtsWebsite$5,000May 29, 2015General operations and planning grant to extend Allegro's services to the vision impaired and other special needs students with the public school system.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Boys and Girls Club of Fauquier, IncWebsite$40,000May 20, 2016Program that multiplied services offered by engaging with other entities, has greater positive impact on kids, and creates a more sustainable operational plan.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Center for Nonprofit ExcellenceWebsite$600October 15, 2015Funds for local nonprofits to attend a governance and board leadership workshop in Charlottesville in fulfillment of the PATH Foundation's commitment to growing local nonprofit capacity.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Community Touch, Inc.Community Touch, Inc.Website$20,000May 29, 2015General operating funding to allow addition of nutritionist position per existing strategic plan.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Community Touch, Inc.Community Touch, Inc.Website$10,000May 20, 2016Community Touch developed a marketing plan in an effort to enhance visability, reach their target client base, and increase donor support for the future.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
Culpeper County LibraryCulpeper County LibraryWebsite$5,760August 19, 2016MIH funds were used to purchase twelve mobile Verizon WiFi “hot spots” to be lent through the Culpeper County Library. Half of the units were made available to the general public, and half were reserved for patients with a medical referral from Novant/UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Culpeper County Parks and RecreationCulpeper County Parks and RecreationWebsite$8,486 February 10, 2015Using an innovative growing method pioneered by Parks and Rec staff, Culpeper County converted an unused area of Spillman Park into recreational playing fields.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessCommunity Vitality
Culpeper County Parks and RecreationCulpeper County Parks and RecreationWebsite$15,614April 8, 2016The Culpeper Parks and Recreation Department partnered with the Mountain Run Disc Golf Club (MRDGC) to provide residents of Northern Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock Counties an opportunity to play a readily available, non-contact, low-impact, and healthy lifetime sport for all. The course was constructed with assistance from MRDGC members and maintained by both parties.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessSenior ServicesCommunity Vitality
Culpeper Soccer Association$8,450 January 29, 2015Purchased portable field lights to extend practice and play time by hundreds of hours, increasing physical activity opportunities for children in the Culpeper area. The club estimates 250 players benefitted from expanded play and practice time.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Department Of Social Services$10,000August 12, 2016Make it Happen grant to support the Intergenerational Parenting Workshop which was designed to strengthen parenting skills of parents, grandparents and family caregivers.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Fauquier CADREFauquier CADREWebsite$13,000January 24, 2017With support from a MIH grant, CADRE launched the Lock Your Meds Campaign, created by the National Family Partnership, to educate families about the dire need to keep over-the-counter and prescription medications locked in a secure location in homes in an effort to reduce misuse by youth in our community.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessMental Health
Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Website$2,030.68February 10, 2015Building on its successful Let's Get Movin' program, FCCC developed a summer guest chef program to teach students cooking and nutrition skills.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Website$20,000May 29, 2015General support for county's preeminent before- and after-care school program.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Website$34,500May 20, 2016Fauquier Community Child Care was allocated funding to implement the Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Standards adopted by the National Afterschool Association.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.Website$50,000November 18, 2016General operating funds to improve efficiency in program administration, expansion of services, administrative office space and organizational promotion.General OperationsChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store, IncWebsite$67,000November 18, 2016The Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store was awarded funding for necessary capital improvements, including the installation of new windows and a suspended drop ceiling for the Food Bank building.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store, Inc.Website$25,000May 29, 2015General operating support of food bank, including facilities upgrades to offer higher quality fresh food and development of long-term organizational plan.General Operations and PlanningAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier County 4-HFauquier County 4-H$9,996 February 4, 2015This grant for Fauquier County 4-H offered tuition for a series of natural resources themed educational day camps. The summer series covered the following topics: wildlife habitat education, vegetable gardening, entomology, leadership in natural resources, and fishing. Programs included approximately 212 hours of educational programming and served 740 youth in Fauquier, Rappahannock, and Culpeper Counties.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Fauquier County Community Development$50,000May 20, 2016Community Conversations is a strategic planning process that involves the community in understanding and responding to external forces and internal changes affecting the County, addressing specific needs with action.Project and PlanningAccess to HealthSenior Services
Fauquier County Public Library$25,000May 20, 2016The Fauquier County Public Library conducted a community assessment to help plan future library resources and services.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier County Public Schools - FRESHFauquier County Public Schools - FRESHWebsite$664,000October 1, 2016Multi-year program to elevate nutrition, exercise and afterschool enrichment across the school district, promoting a shared vision for a community-wide culture of health.Strategic InitiativesChildhood Wellness
Fauquier County Public SchoolsFauquier County Public SchoolsWebsite$9,600 November 25, 2015Family workshops designed to improve parents' awareness of school readiness for underserved children.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Fauquier County Public Schools - VPIFauquier County Public Schools - VPIWebsite$15,000May 20, 2016Rising Kindergarteners who are identified as being potentially at-risk were invited to participate in a four week summer program that focuses on social and academic skills. This grant allowed for the planning of this summer program.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier County Sheriff's Department$6,850February 3, 2016Funds used to ensure a ready supply of Naloxone anti-overdose medication for use by law enforcement in light of the region's cresting heroin epidemic.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Fauquier Education FarmFauquier Education FarmWebsite$9,800 December 18, 2014The Education Farm High Tunnel enabled the Fauquier Education Farm to double the amount of produce donated to the Fauquier Community Food Bank by extending its growing season. Its ripple effect has been felt across the community, touching multiple partners and beneficiaries.Make It HappenAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Education FarmFauquier Education FarmWebsite$11,600 November 18, 2016The Fauquier Education Farm hired a part-time Administrative Assistant and promoted the Executive Director to a full time position.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Education FarmFauquier Education FarmWebsite$10,850February 25, 2016MIH funding allowed the Fauquier Education Farm to drill a well and install a water system that could be used by staff for irrigation year round.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Excellence in Education FoundationWebsite$96,500May 20, 2016This grant provided funding to improve the main building and outdoor grounds of the existing Outdoor Lab to create an on-site Environmental Studies Academy, providing a place for FCPS students and teachers to experience and interact with nature and the environment.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier FISHFauquier FISHWebsite$10,000 November 13, 2015Allowed Fauquier FISH to raise the quality of holiday food pantry meals through the inclusion of fresh and local products.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessSenior Services
Fauquier FISHFauquier FISHWebsite$15,000 November 18, 2016Fauquier FISH was awarded support to maintain recent programmatic changes while building their capacity as a non-profit in two specific ways: leasing a more spacious location and a strategic fundraising effort.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Free ClinicFauquier Free ClinicWebsite$370,000June 20, 2016Increased access to behavioral healthcare through the implementation of integrated mental health services in primary care settings, including use of telepsychiatry and remote mental health services to fill gaps in local resources.Strategic InitiativesMental Health
Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Website$35,000May 29, 2015General support for the area's free clinic. The Fauquier Free Clinic offers quality medical, dental, and mental health care to residents of Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties who lack appropriate alternatives for these services.General Operations and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Website$52,700May 20, 2016To address shortage of oral health resources in our region, this grant paid to cover the services of an additional staff dentist.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Website$99,350November 18, 2016General support for the area's free clinic. The Fauquier Free Clinic offers quality medical, dental, and mental health care to residents of Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties who lack appropriate alternatives for these services.General OperationsAccess to Health
Fauquier Habitat for HumanityFauquier Habitat for HumanityWebsite$20,000May 29, 2015Funds to strengthen building program to allow Fauquier Habitat to serve more low-income families through construction of affordable housing.General Operations and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier Habitat for HumanityFauquier Habitat for HumanityWebsite$6,150May 20, 2016Fauquier Habitat was awarded funds to provide financial and nutritional education for families in their program, as well as low-income families within the community.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Habitat for HumanityFauquier Habitat for HumanityWebsite$62,500November 18, 2016Operating funds for additional programs supporting home building services that increase the number of new families served each year, as well as growing the ReStore operation that provides a recurring source of operating funds.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Trails CoalitionWebsite$50,000May 20, 2016Fauquier Trails Coalition, Inc. was awarded funds to help cover the cost of design and permitting the continuation of the Cedar Run Greenway Trail below US Highway 29/15 to Blackwell Road.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
Foothills ForumFoothills ForumWebsite$15,000July 17, 2015Capacity grant awarded to Foothills Forum supporting their work on community issues and leadership development.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Friends of the RappahannockFriends of the RappahannockWebsite$3,000 December 9, 2014Funded Nature Adventure Packs to encourage outdoor play and exploration. Each pack included tools for investigation, such as binoculars and magnifying lenses. The backpacks were carried through the public library systems in Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock Counties, and could be checked out like a library book, promoting accessibility for all.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Friends of the RappahannockFriends of the RappahannockWebsite$10,000November 18, 2016Promotion of activities in headwater counties through the expansion of educational and restoration programs.General OperationsChildhood Wellness
Girls on the Run PiedmontGirls on the Run PiedmontWebsite$5,000May 29, 2015Planning grant to develop an energized, dynamic board and strategic plan to allow the program to grow at a manageable and sustainable rate.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Girls on the Run PiedmontGirls on the Run PiedmontWebsite$7,000November 18, 2016Operational support for expansion into Rappahannock County, and the continued expansion and development of the program in Fauquier and Culpeper Counties.General OperationsChildhood Wellness
Headwaters FoundationHeadwaters FoundationWebsite$25,000May 29, 2015General operating support to strengthen core programs: the After-School Enrichment Program (ASEP), the Starfish Mentoring Program and the READ Program.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Healthy CulpeperHealthy CulpeperWebsite$20,000July 17, 2015Capacity grant awarded to Healthy Culpeper supporting their work on community issues and leadership development.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Healthy CulpeperHealthy CulpeperWebsite$8,000November 18, 2016Funding awarded to support Healthy Culpeper’s assistance of non-profit partners, including improved email and marketing techniques, coalition outreach through a regional coalition conference, and increased hours of operation.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood WellnessMental HealthSenior Services
Highland SchoolHighland SchoolWebsite$2,150 October 13, 2016Middle school faculty at Highland expanded their wellness curriculum to include a nationally-recognized curriculum titled "Positive Action." This curriculum is used by hundreds of schools across the country in health and wellness classes to help students become successful both socially and academically.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Hospice Support of Fauquier CountyWebsite$15,000May 29, 2015General support of hospice service providing non-medical, supportive care to terminally ill patients and their families in Fauquier County.General Operations and PlanningSenior Services
Hospice Support of Fauquier CountyWebsite$15,000November 18, 2016Hospice Support increased their ability to provide respite support for the advanced or terminally ill, bereavement counseling, and use of the free DME loan closet.General OperationsSenior Services
Institute for Public Health InnovationWebsite$20,000June 8, 2016Funding that enabled Institute for Public Health Innovation to continue leading a statewide collaborative effort to create consensus guidelines for the training and credentialing of Community Health Workers; to identify sustainable financing to support this critical aspect of the health workforce; and to develop a public awareness campaign to increase support for the utilization of Community Health Workers across Virginia.Strategic InitiativesRegional Population Health
James G. Brumfield Elementary SchoolWebsite$10,000July 12, 2016The Peaceful Playgrounds Program provided a better-organized playground that involves children in activities that reduce injury and conflicts while motivating kids to be physically active. This playground assists in the development of motor skills, social skills, and cognitive skills through various games and activities.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District$2,675 August 26, 2016Funds allocated for the creation of an Augmented Reality Sandbox that has been used to teach students and the public about watersheds, including our impact on the natural resources in our community.Make It HappenCommunity Vitality
Kettle Run High SchoolWebsite$3,000 December 18, 2014The Kettle Run High School library purchased exercise bikes for use in its facility. Quiet exercise bikes give students the chance to hop on and cycle for a few minutes prior to school, during lunch or even during class. The bikes provide an opportunity for students to work off excess energy and stimulate focus.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessMental Health
Leadership FauquierLeadership FauquierWebsite$20,000July 17, 2015Capacity grant awarded to Leadership Fauquier supporting their work on community issues and leadership development.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Leadership FauquierLeadership FauquierWebsite$20,000July 29, 2016General capacity support for second year of county leadership program.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Liberty High SchoolWebsite$3,000 August 5, 2016SafeZone training was used to educate students at Liberty High School and Fauquier County education professionals to create environments that are culturally competent and supportive to LGBTQ individuals, as well as straight, cisgender people who care about diversity, equality and inclusion.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessMental Health
Lord Fairfax Community CollegeLord Fairfax Community CollegeWebsite$5,000September 25, 2014Capacity grant supporting attendance and program costs of the Nonprofit Academy at the Lord Fairfax Community College Warrenton campus in spring 2015.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Lord Fairfax Community CollegeLord Fairfax Community CollegeWebsite$11,000May 29, 2015General operating support for training healthcare workers at the area's only institution of higher education.General Operations and PlanningAccess to Health
Lord Fairfax Community CollegeLord Fairfax Community CollegeWebsite$1,000,000August 31, 2016Support for the construction of a new 40,000 square foot STEM-H building (science technology, engineering, math and health) that will include science and health professions labs, flexible purpose technology classrooms, expanded distance learning opportunities, and a large multipurpose space.Strategic InitiativesCapacity Building
Lord Fairfax Community CollegeLord Fairfax Community CollegeWebsite$75,000May 20, 2016LFCC expanded its Associate of Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) degree and Paramedic Career Studies Certificate program to the Fauquier Campus.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
M. M. Pierce Elementary SchoolWebsite$11,980March 15, 2016The LAMP Mobile brought Library, Art, Music, and PE to MM Pierce Students over the summer months, promoting active learning year round. The vehicle was furnished with books that could be distributed to students, art projects that students could do on site, and music and PE activities that students could participate in under the direction of certified teachers.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Marshall Middle SchoolWebsite$20,760.86June 21, 2016Through this grant, normal classroom furniture was replaced it with different types of active learning chairs and desks.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Marshall Middle SchoolWebsite$2,000January 27, 2017Colleges and businesses are looking for students coming out of school ready to work together cooperatively in groups. To address this need, Marshall Middle School faculty and staff created a "Collaborative Table" area for students to be able to practice this skill.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Mental Health Association of Fauquier CountyMental Health Association of Fauquier CountyWebsite$6,700 December 3, 2014Mental Health First Aid is a comprehensive 8-hour course that introduced participants to the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, built an understanding of the importance of early intervention, and reviewed common supports. This grant was presented to Rappahannock County School employees.Make It HappenMental Health
Mental Health Association of Fauquier CountyMental Health Association of Fauquier CountyWebsite$35,000May 29, 2015Funds granted to joint application with CADRE to perform PRIDE survey in schools, addressing substance abuse, anxiety and depression.General Operations and PlanningMental Health
Mental Health Association of Fauquier CountyMental Health Association of Fauquier CountyWebsite$18,280November 18, 2016The Mental Health Association of Fauquier County built on existing partnerships and fostered new collaborations to lead the community in setting and implementing a shared agenda for improving access to mental health and substance abuse supports and treatment.General OperationsMental Health
Mental Health Association of Fauquier CountyMental Health Association of Fauquier CountyWebsite$33,000December 21, 2015Planning grant for an initiative to improve access to area mental health services, particularly for those who do not meet criteria for services provided by the pubic mental health system. The collaborative team developed a plan for integrating telepsychiatry and counseling services into local medical practices, including the Free Clinic.Strategic InitiativesMental Health
Mountain Vista Governor's School FoundationWebsite$60,000May 20, 2016Mountain Vista Governor's School added a 10th grade to their existing 11th and 12th grade program to increase the number and enhance the opportunities for students attending their school.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
National Capital Lyme Disease AssociationWebsite$25,000April 8, 2016The NatCapLyme Association collected ticks in the Fauquier region to measure local incidence of tick borne infection rates, clarifying the threat of Lyme disease in our area in an effort to promote safety in the outdoors.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Northern Piedmont Community FoundationNorthern Piedmont Community FoundationWebsite$100,000March 23, 2015Funds used as a donor incentive "bonus pool" for the online donor challenge Give Local Piedmont Campaign in May 2015.Strategic InitiativesCommunity Engagement
Northern Piedmont Community FoundationNorthern Piedmont Community FoundationWebsite$100,000April 11, 2016Funds used as a donor incentive "bonus pool" for the online donor challenge Give Local Piedmont Campaign in May 2016.Strategic InitiativesCommunity Engagement
Northern Piedmont Community FoundationNorthern Piedmont Community FoundationWebsite$30,325May 1, 2016The high school giving program offered each high school senior $25 to donate to a nonprofit registered with Give Local Piedmont, a fundraising campaign supported by the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation.Strategic InitiativesCommunity Engagement
Northern Piedmont Community FoundationNorthern Piedmont Community FoundationWebsite$250,000November 3, 2016Funds allocated for responsive grants to support organizations engaged in providing assistance for urgent need and benevolent relief requests that fall outside the PATH Foundation's core mission.Strategic InitiativesRegional Population Health
Northern Piedmont Community FoundationNorthern Piedmont Community FoundationWebsite$35,000November 18, 2016Operating funds to support prospecting, increasing public awareness through their website and annual event, engagement of professional advisors, increasing committee involvement, and broadening outreach activities.General OperationsAccess to HealthChildhood WellnessMental HealthSenior Services
Our Saviour Lutheran ChurchWebsite$25,000 October 26, 2016Our Saviour Lutheran Church was awarded funding for a recreational park that could be utilized by several partner organizations and the neighboring community.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessCommunity Vitality
P.B. Smith Elementary SchoolWebsite$8,500January 29, 2015PB Smith Elementary School launched a program to combine science and technology lessons with physical education and exercise. By focusing on the art of Physical Education, this project was designed to address the ever increasing nationwide obesity rate and inactivity of today’s youth by incorporating technology into a health and fitness instruction.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Partnership for WarrentonPartnership for WarrentonWebsite$8,460 May 12, 2016This grant allocated funds for hanging flower baskets on street lamps Main Street in Warrenton.Make It HappenCommunity Vitality
Piedmont Environmental CouncilPiedmont Environmental CouncilWebsite$64,336May 20, 2016PEC organized a collaborative planning effort in Remington to build on its community assets and offer transportation and recreational options, such as trails, sidewalks, bike routes, and parks projects that reconnect the community and encourage active lifestyles.Project and PlanningAccess to HealthChildhood Wellness
Rapp at HomeRapp at HomeWebsite$50,000May 1, 2016Funding to support actions and goals laid out in report and proposal dated February 2016 for expansion of Rapp@Home pilot program.Strategic InitiativesSenior Services
Rappahannock County 4-H$3,000February 25, 2016Junior-Senior Fest! provided high school juniors and seniors from Culpeper and Rappahannock Counties with an opportunity to learn basic life skills that could help them transition more easily into the "real world" through workshops that taught them skills about interviewing, healthy eating, financial planning, and making smart career and education choices.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Rappahannock County High SchoolWebsite$16,000October 24, 2016The 8th Grade Academy is designed to help 8th grade students transition more easily into their new high school surroundings. Rappahannock County High School Juniors and Seniors are selected as Peer Mentors to the 8th graders, supporting and guiding them socially, emotionally, and academically, thus decreasing the behavioral and academic issues that can arise with 8th graders during this transitional year.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Rappahannock County SchoolsWebsite$10,550June 22, 2016Provided all RCPS staff with a gift bag of health and wellness oriented supplies on 2016-2017 academic year convocation day to launch the district's Commit to be Fit initiative.Strategic InitiativesChildhood Wellness
Rappahannock County SchoolsWebsite$100,000May 20, 2016Commit to be Fit seeks to improve the overall climate regarding health and wellness of the school community through a comprehensive health program.Project and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office$1,500November 17, 2016Funds used to ensure a ready supply of Naloxone anti-overdose medication for use by law enforcement in light of the region's cresting heroin epidemic.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services - Behavioral HealthRappahannock-Rapidan Community Services - Behavioral HealthWebsite$16,000May 29, 2015Planning grant to assess facility needs and other resources to support mental health services in Fauquier County.General Operations and PlanningMental Health
Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional CommissionRappahannock-Rapidan Regional CommissionWebsite$3,138May 20, 2016Expand the Foothills Area Mobility System One-Call/One-Click Transportation Center into a Holistic Mobility Call Center that will include information and person-centered solutions addressing healthcare transportation needs in Planning District 9.Strategic InitiativesAccess to Health
Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional CommissionRappahannock-Rapidan Regional CommissionWebsite$28,500May 29, 2015Planning grant to develop regional strategy for permanent supportive housing of the chronically homeless.General Operations and PlanningAccess to HealthMental Health
RappURappUWebsite$7,950August 29, 2016Funding supported instructional fees for a one-week training session for current and retired nurses that will serve as certified Certified Nurses Aide teachers, Personal Care Aides, and Medication Technician classes at RappU.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Remington Post 247 - American LegionWebsite$10,000August 5, 2016MIH funds provided landscaping of Remington Post 247 of the American Legion to improve appearance of facility, provide an area for holding Veteran Honor Ceremonies, provide for a Memorial Garden for local Veteran recognition, and provide a quality presentation of our core beliefs.Make It HappenCommunity Vitality
Remington United Methodist ChurchRemington United Methodist ChurchWebsite$9,650 December 2, 2014The community garden and park area was designed to be a public space that fosters community relationships.Make It HappenChildhood WellnessSenior ServicesCommunity Vitality
St. Stephen's Episcopal PreschoolWebsite$6,990October 26, 2016St. Stephen's Episcopal Preschool was awarded funds for a WeatherBug outdoor weather station as part of their outdoor classroom.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
The Arc of North Central VAThe Arc of North Central VAWebsite$6,550 November 25, 2015This MIH grant was awarded for the installation of an all-access drinking fountain at the Fun for All Playground at the WARF.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
The Arc of North Central VAThe Arc of North Central VAWebsite$1,000November 18, 2016In order to improve access to care, the Arc of NCV has worked to improve public understanding of the historic changes to Virginia's Medicaid Waiver design.General OperationsAccess to Health
The Child Care and Learning CenterThe Child Care and Learning CenterWebsite$19,775December 31, 2015Building on CCLC's innovative nature-based education program, the school used MIH funding to create a garden-to-table program.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
The Child Care and Learning CenterThe Child Care and Learning CenterWebsite$15,000May 29, 2015General operating support for oldest and largest childcare operation in Rappahannock County. Funding supports innovative nature-based experiential learning program.General Operations and PlanningChildhood Wellness
The Child Care and Learning CenterThe Child Care and Learning CenterWebsite$85,053November 15, 2016Funding to support expansion of efforts that connect children to the natural world, retention of Virginia Qualty Rating and Improvement System rating as a provider of quality childcare, and creation of more community partnerships.General OperationsChildhood Wellness
Town of Warrenton, Town Manager$8,050June 21, 2016Funding allocated for the purchase of two solar-powered Soofa Benches, which have the ability to charge electronic devices. The benches were placed outside the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility.Make It HappenCommunity Vitality
Toys For TotsWebsite$2,000 December 11, 2014Toys For Tots supplied bicycles and helmets to each Fauquier and Rappahannock family that requested one during the 2014 holiday season. Learning how to ride a bike is a “right of passage,” promoting self-confidence and an active lifestyle year round. This grant provided 22 bicycles and several helmets, with additional funds matched by local donors.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Trinity Episcopal ChurchWebsite$39,800May 29, 2015Trinity Episcopal Church as fiscal agent for Rapp@Home, a senior village program, submitted a plan to develop and pilot a community-based organization to support aging in place in Rappahannock County.General Operations and PlanningSenior Services
Verdun Adventure BoundVerdun Adventure BoundWebsite$12,400May 29, 2015General operating support of mission to promote personal growth of children and youth of Culpeper, Rappahannock and Fauquier Counties. Mental Health First Aid training and family counseling workshops taught through lessons in stewardship of the land and experiential learning while using nature trails and high adventure.General Operations and PlanningMental Health
VolTranVolTranWebsite$15,000May 20, 2016VolTran, a volunteer transportation service for seniors, people with disabilities and chronic illnesses expanded their program through the implementation of a strategic plan to develop policies and procedures to increase the capacity and sustainability of the organization.Project and PlanningAccess to HealthSenior Services
W. C. Taylor Middle SchoolWebsite$23,600May 2, 2016This grant offered standing desks to better serve students' physical, educational, and emotional needs.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation FacilityWarrenton Aquatic and Recreation FacilityWebsite$7,800December 1, 2015WARF on Wheels was created to get out in the community and meet with varying groups to discuss obesity, fitness, health, and wellness. Certified instructors showcased ways that individuals could exercise at minimal to no cost, in the privacy of their own home, in a park, or with a group, as well as ways to maintain a healthier lifestyle.Make It HappenAccess to HealthChildhood WellnessSenior Services
Warrenton Police DepartmentWarrenton Police DepartmentWebsite$5,000 October 20, 2015In furtherance of its community public safety programs, the Warrenton Police Department used its grant to bring Project Lifesaver to Town residents with conditions such as autism and dementia that place them at risk of wandering and becoming lost. Project Lifesaver uses a personalized transmitter, powered by a small battery that emits a constant radio signal 24-hours a day. Once the police are called that a person is missing, officers identify that signal from a specialized directional antenna and are able to track the wandering person.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Warrenton Police DepartmentWarrenton Police DepartmentWebsite$2,500April 26, 2016The Warrenton Police Department received funds for the REVIVE program, which equipped officers with Naloxone to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses when administered by an officer.Make It HappenAccess to Health
Warrenton Police DepartmentWarrenton Police DepartmentWebsite$2,500December 15, 2016Funds used to ensure a ready supply of Naloxone anti-overdose medication for use by law enforcement in light of the region's cresting heroin epidemic.Strategic InitiativesMental Health
Warrenton Youth Sports ClubWarrenton Youth Sports ClubWebsite$10,000 December 2, 2014Constructed three outdoor volleyball courts at the WARF / Athey Field complex.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Windy Hill FoundationWindy Hill Foundation$10,000 December 2, 2014The Windy Hill Foundation received a grant to offer a playground for their workforce housing, located in The Plains. The playground offers a safe place for their children to play outside, and a gathering place for all residents.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Windy Hill FoundationWindy Hill Foundation$60,000May 20, 2016Windy Hill Foundation was awarded funding to support the construction and outfitting of five fully-accessible units at the Washburn Place affordable housing project in Marshall.Project and PlanningAccess to Health
Windy Hill FoundationWindy Hill Foundation$16,500November 18, 2016Operating funds to help Windy Hill Foundation add staff to grow and enhance best practices as they expand in Fauquier County.General OperationsAccess to Health
Young LifeYoung LifeWebsite$9,000October 13, 2016Young Life Fauquier County started a program at Liberty High School as part of their effort to help marginalized area teens thrive.Make It HappenChildhood Wellness
Youth Mental Health First Aid$30,000May 4, 2016Incentive grants for the community to participate in the Youth Mental Health First Aid certification program awarded to nonprofits, government entities, and the public school system.Strategic InitiativesMental Health