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Updated: Our Continued Response to COVID-19

PATH Foundation’s fourth round of grants during the COVID-19 crisis contributes to a total of $2.3 million in response funding. On October 1, we announced $1,501,720 in Community Resilience Grants to 44 local organizations. Community Resilience Grants were a one-time grant cycle created to help ease the financial burden of increased expenses due to the […]

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PATH announces $1.5 Million in New Community Resilience Grants

Warrenton, Va. — The PATH Foundation has announced more than $1.5 million in special Community Resilience Grants to 44 local organizations. The Community Resilience Grants were a one-time grant cycle created to help ease the financial burden of increased expenses due to the impact of COVID-19. The total granted in this round of giving was […]

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Announcing $1.2M in Broadband, Program & Planning Grants

The PATH Foundation on Friday announced $1.2 million in new funding, including $750,000 for broadband initiatives in areas of Fauquier County that have limited or no access to high-speed internet.  Of the $750,000 in broadband funding, $500,000 will support efforts launched in fiscal year 2020, which ended June 30. The remaining money will go toward […]

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New Community Resilience Grant Cycle Opens July 6

The new, one-time grant cycle will help nonprofits facing financial difficulties from COVID-19 related circumstances. On June 29, the PATH Foundation announced a new Community Resilience grant cycle to support nonprofit organizations, with $1.5M in available funding. The grants were created in response to the difficulties many nonprofits are facing due to circumstances caused by […]

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Third round of pandemic funding provides $206,500 in new COVID-19 relief

PATH Foundation’s third round of grants during the COVID-19 crisis contributes to a total of $816,500 in response funding. May 10, 2020 — Warrenton, VA — On May 10, we announced $206,500 in new, immediate COVID-19 response funding to local organizations in our latest round of efforts to support our community through the crisis. This […]

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$485,000 granted in Response to COVID-19

Our latest round of support to organizations during the coronavirus pandemic. The PATH Foundation has announced $485,000 in immediate grant funding to respond to COVID-19 in Fauquier and Rappahannock counties. This funding is in addition to the $125,000 granted on March 13 in anticipation of community needs, for a total of $610,000 to help our […]

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How can we help a community struggling in a time of need?

Unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions, which we’re seeing through previously unimagined cancellations, warnings and recommendations. In the past several days, we’ve been faced with finding solutions to ever-evolving problems. With the health and well being of our residents at stake, we’re collaborating with partner organizations to help ease the increasing burdens people are facing. […]

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More than $1 Million Awarded in General Operations Grants

The PATH Foundation has granted $1,017,103 in general operations grants to 27 nonprofit organizations serving the communities of Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper counties. General operations grants are part of PATH Foundation’s annual grant cycle, and they provide funds for direct or indirect costs related to the nonprofits’ activities and operations. “The PATH Foundation’s mission […]

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PATH Foundation Hosts Annual Intern Holiday Social

The PATH Foundation will host its annual Intern Holiday Social on Wednesday, Dec. 18 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the event space of the PATH Resource Center, at 321 Walker Drive, Suite 201. The event will offer rising college juniors and seniors the opportunity to meet former interns and current staff members and […]

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PATH Foundation Welcomes Three New Board Members

The PATH Foundation has announced the addition of Rodger Baker, Hanna Lee Rodriguez and Major Warner to their 2019-2020 Board of Directors. The three newest board members began their tenure at the September 19th board meeting,  while previous board members Mark Van De Water, Patricia Woodward and Mary Leigh McDaniel completed their tenure on the […]

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General Operations Grant Cycle Opens September 3

The PATH Foundation is announcing the opening of their General Operations grants for qualifying nonprofits in Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper Counties. These funds will offer funding for nonprofits to use toward general expenses such as rent, utilities and equipment, with a maximum award amount of $100,000. Christy Connolly, PATH Foundation President and CEO, referenced […]

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PATH Foundation Provides $1.2 Million to Create Food Hub

The PATH Foundation has announced a $1.2 million grant to 4P Foods to fund the construction of a food hub at Vint Hill. Funding from the PATH Foundation will cover equipment, engineering and architecture plans, and some staffing for the new facility. According to the USDA, a food hub is a facility that manages the […]

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PATH Foundation funds new senior services and mental health initiatives

The PATH Foundation has announced $254,383 in grants to Aging Together,  Youth for Tomorrow and Cornerstone Baptist Church. Each of these grants covers programs that fall into one or more of the PATH Foundation’s four health priorities, based on a community health needs assessment: Mental Health, Senior Services, Access to Health and Childhood Wellness. “Youth […]

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PATH Foundation announces over $755k in Program and Planning Grants

Warrenton, Va. – The PATH Foundation has announced the recipients of their latest round of Program and Planning grants. This year, 17 local organizations received a total of $757,586.09. Program and Planning grants fund new or existing projects that are in line with the PATH Foundation’s four priority areas: access to health, childhood wellness, senior […]

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PATH Interns Summer 2019

Intern Class Inspires Community to Be Kind

Summer interns at the PATH Foundation have announced plans for PATH to Kindness, their summer community engagement project. The project attempts to inspire residents in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper counties to show kindness — to the community, others and themselves, said Margy Thomas, PATH Foundation program associate. The project, she said, will include three main […]

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PATH Interns Summer 2019

PATH Foundation welcomes new intern staff to aid in local community outreach

From left to right: Amber Taylor, Breanna Hill, Katherine Wright, Grace Overman, Asma Noman, Stephanie Weber, Lori Leidenheimer, James Jorgensen, Helen Scherer, Caitlin Wagner, Julia Estes and Cierra Chambers. The PATH Foundation welcomed 12 new interns in continuation of its summer internship program, which runs June 3 – August 2. The interns will help the Foundation in […]

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PATH Foundation, VDOT and Fauquier County fund new trail, recreation opportunities

Warrenton, Va. — The PATH Foundation is partnering with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Fauquier County Government to fund the construction of a 1.3-mile, off-road pedestrian and bicycle trail connecting three subdivisions in Fauquier County. The PATH Foundation will contribute $528,332 towards the completion of the trail. VDOT has awarded $520,030 for the […]

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PATH Foundation Announces $750,000 in Available Program and Planning Grants

Application window for Program and Planning Grants Opens Warrenton, Va. — The PATH Foundation has announced the opening of their annual Program and Planning Grants application window, with a total of $750,000 in funding available. Program and Planning Grants, given annually, provide up to $100,000 for organizations to spend on new or existing projects related […]

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Scratch and Give 2018

It’s time for some holiday fun from the PATH Foundation! Look for our volunteers and interns Monday, Dec. 17, through Friday, Dec. 21, so you can play to win donations to area nonprofits! We’ll be popping up in different locations with your chance to be a part of it. When you play, they win!

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General Operations Grant Cycle Now Open

The PATH Foundation is announcing up to $750,000 in available funds for general operations grants for qualifying nonprofits in Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper Counties. These funds will offer unrestricted funding for nonprofits to use towards general expenses such as rent, utilities and equipment. Christy Connolly, PATH Foundation President and CEO, referenced philanthropy studies as […]

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$750,000 for 2018 Program and Planning Grants Announced

$750,000 for 2018 Program and Planning Grants Announced The PATH Foundation announced today the opening of their Annual Program and Planning Grants cycle.  $750,000 will be available for this grant cycle.  The PATH Foundation is a charitable grantmaking foundation located in Warrenton that serves Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper Counties.  In 2017, the PATH Foundation […]

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