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

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Rappahannock County Public Schools

Website $20,000 April 27, 2021 Rappahannock County Public Schools' "Family Futures" program received $20,000 in Flexible Funding. These funds are unrestricted and can be used as needed for the program to work towards their mission. Flexible Funding Childhood Wellness

Rappahannock County Public Schools

Website $297,000 August 12, 2019 This grant provides renewed funding for the Rappahannock County Public Schools' Commit to be Fit program for the 2019-2020 school year. The program seeks to improve the overall climate regarding health and wellness of the school community through a comprehensive health program. Program & Planning Childhood 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 Happen Access to Health

Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office

$9,149.95January 12, 2018In furtherance of its elderly welfare call in system, the Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office used funds to establish the Project Lifesaver program for county residents. Make it Happen Access to Health

Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc.

Website $50,000 October 1, 2020 Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc. received $50,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. This funding will provide support and help ease the financial burden of increased expenses due to COVID-19. Community Resilience Childhood Wellness

Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc.

Website $20,404 July 1, 2018 Rappahannock Goodwill Industries, Inc. received a grant of $20,404 to support The Groundwork Project. The program encourages leadership development, builds teamwork and establishes careers for young people through hands-on learning and experiential education. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness
Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection

Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection

Website$24,150June 14, 2018The Saving Dark Skies project, in collaboration with Rappahannock County Public Schools, replaced unshielded outdoor lights on school property with dark sky compliant lights that reduce glare, save electricity, ensure public safety and protect wildlife. Make it Happen Community Vitality

Rappahannock Nature Camp

Website$3,000March 23, 2018Funding for their two-week teen summer camp and adult outing program, focused on nature-based learning through inter-generational community connection. Make it Happen Community Vitality

Rappahannock Pantry, Inc.

Website $50,000 April 27, 2021 Rappahannock Pantry, Inc. received $50,000 in Flexible Funding. All Flexible Funding grants are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

Rappahannock Pantry, Inc.

Website $5,000 March 13, 2020 Rappahannock Pantry, Inc. received $5,000 in Make it Happen! funding, to provide support amidst unexpected needs related to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Rappahannock Pantry, Inc.

Website $42,940 July 1, 2019 Rappahannock Pantry received $42,940 to build a new, safe facility in Washington, Virginia. Program & Planning Access to Health

Rappahannock Pantry, Inc.

Website $25,000 March 31, 2020 In response to increased need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Rappahannock Pantry received $25,000 in emergency funding to continue to provide food to families in need throughout the community. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Rappahannock Pantry, Inc.

Website $75,000 July 9, 2020 Rappahannock Pantry, Inc. received $75,000 to build a new, safe facility centrally located in Washington, VA. Upon completion, the new facility will allow the Rappahannock Pantry to better serve the surrounding community. Program & Planning Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website $25,000 Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services received $25,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. This funding will provide support and help ease the financial burden of increased expenses due to COVID-19. Community Resilience Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website $25,000 Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services received $25,000 to help with the cost of furniture for their new facility in Warrenton, which will provide a variety of services to the community. Strategic Initiatives Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website $25,000 Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services received $25,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. This funding will provide support and help ease the financial burden of increased expenses due to COVID-19. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website$16,000August 1, 2015Planning grant to assess facility needs and other resources to support mental health services in Fauquier County. General Operations & Planning Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website$20,000July 1, 2017Developed a parent education and support program for families coping with behavioral and mental health issues. Program & Planning Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website$30,000July 14, 2017Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services, Fauquier County Government and the PATH Foundation are working in concert to identify new space options for a behavioral health facility in Warrenton. Strategic Initiatives Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website $40,000 August 22, 2019 Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services was granted $40,000 to supplement the cost of the RRCS Transit's senior transportation programs. The transportation services covers travel to a senior center and adult day health care, and home-delivered meal programs. Strategic Initiatives Senior Services

Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services

Website $100,000 October 4, 2019 Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services received $100,000 to fund the Coordinated Opioid Response Plan, which supports prevention, treatment and recovery efforts in the Rappahannock-Rapidan Region.  Strategic Initiatives Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District

Website$5,450December 17, 2018 The Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District of the Virginia Department of Health will offer Medicaid expansion outreach kits and two resource fairs targeting the nearly 3,000 individuals in PATH’s footprint eligible for Medicaid enrollment. Make it Happen Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District

Website$5,750 August 6, 2019 The Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District of the Virginia Department of Health will encourage safe firearm storage by providing trigger locks to residents. Universal trigger locks block trigger access and prevent anyone who doesn't know the combination from operating the weapon. Strategic Initiatives Regional Population Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District

Website $20,000 May 10, 2020  In response to COVID-19, the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District received $20,000 to help fund a contact-tracing program for students fulfilling clinical hours, in partnership with Claude Moore Charitable Foundation and Culpeper Wellness Foundation. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission

Website $26,860 September 5, 2019 Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission received $26,860 to sustain Mobility Specialist services as part of the FAMS Call Center. The Call Center implements programming that includes taxi cab vouchers and gas cards to low income residents in the Rappahannock-Rapidan region. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health
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Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission

Website$28,500August 1, 2015Planning grant to develop regional strategy for permanent supportive housing of the chronically homeless. General Operations & Planning Mental Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission

Website$13,500September 13, 2017The FAMS Call Center will implement programming that includes taxi cab vouchers, gas cards and marketing materials to low income residents in the Rappahannock-Rapidan region. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission

Website$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 Initiatives Access to Health

RappFLOW

Website $10,000 June 30, 2019 RappFLOW (Friends and Lovers of Our Watersheds) received a $10,000 grant to partner with Rappahannock County Elementary School for an ecological courtyard renovation project, including outdoor learning space and a vegetable garden./span> Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Remington Post 247 – American Legion

Website$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 Happen Community Vitality

Remington United Methodist Church

Website$20,000 April 27, 2021 Remington United Methodist Church received $20,000 in Flexible Funding. All Flexible Funding grants are unrestricted, and designed to support nonprofits and populations in need. So, grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Community Vitality

Remington United Methodist Church

Website$25,000October 19, 2018This pavilion adjacent to the community garden is a place for locals to gather, host events, ceremonies and programming for people of all ages. Make it Happen Community Vitality

Remington United Methodist Church

$9,650 December 2, 2014The community garden and park area was designed to be a public space that fosters community relationships. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness
Community Vitality
Senior Services

Rx Drug Access Partnership

Website $7,500 April 27, 2021 Rx Partnership received $7,500 in Flexible Funding. Flexible Funding grants are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

Services to Abused Families (SAFE)

Website $15,000 April 27, 2021 SAFE received $15,000 in Flexible Funding grants. All Flexible Funding grants are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need. With this funding, grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

Services to Abused Families (SAFE)

Website $10,000 May 10, 2020 Services to Abused Families, Inc. received $10,000 in funding for their domestic violence shelter and services in anticipation of increased need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Southeastern Alternative School

Website$5,999February 16, 2018Google Expedition kits are virtual reality headsets for students to “travel” to historically and scientifically significant locations through this experiential learning technology. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Special Love

Website$2,500May 4, 2018Enabled 200 pediatric oncology patients and counselors to attend the Camp Fantastic Farm Day at Southwind Farm in Culpeper. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness
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SpiritWorks Foundation

Website $100,000 September 5, 2019 SpiritWorks Foundation received $100,000 in funding to help support and maintain the Warrenton Recovery Center - a daytime substance recovery center open to the public. Strategic Initiatives Mental Health

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Preschool

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

The Arc of North Central Virginia

Website $9,600 April 27, 2021 The Arc of North Central Virginia recived $9,600 in Flexible Funding grants. These funds are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

The Arc of North Central Virginia

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

The Arc of North Central Virginia

Website$1,000January 1, 2017In 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 Operations Access to Health
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The Bridge Community Church

Website $18,940 May 10, 2019 The Bridge Community Church received an $18,490 Make it Happen! grant for their Emergency Services Mobile Canteen, which will be deployed when first responders request canteen services for a critical event in Fauquier County. Make it Happen Access to Health
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The Bridge Community Church

Website $25,000 October 28, 2020 The Bridge Community Church received an $25,000 to provide tutoring services for K-12 students in Fauquier County during the COVID-19 pandemic. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website$85,053January 1, 2017Funding 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 Operations Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website$15,000August 1, 2015General operating support for oldest and largest childcare operation in Rappahannock County. Funding supports innovative nature-based experiential learning program. General Operations & Planning Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website$45,000 March 3, 2020 CCLC received $45,000 to help fund their Capital Campaign, a two-phase campaign to provide safe, clean and modern classroom and office space for children, their families, and CCLC staff. Strategic Initiatives Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website $60,000 March 4, 2020 The Child Care & Learning Center received $60,000 to support their general operations efforts, which include best practices for operation that ultimately serve their work to provide high-quality child care, preschool, and after-school care for Rappahannock County’s children. General Operations Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website $25,000 July 9, 2020 The Child Care and Learning Center (CCLC) received $25,000 to support child well-being outcomes for children in pre-school and after-school programs at CCLC, in addition to countywide support through teacher training and professional development. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness

The Child Care & Learning Center

Website $50,000 July 1, 2019 The Child Care & Learning Center received $50,000 to support child well-being outcomes for children in pre-school and after-school programs at CCLC and countywide, through teacher training and additional family supports. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness

The Clifton Institute

Website$8,403October 1, 2020 The Clifton Institute received $35,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. These funds will help ease the financial burden of increased expenses associated with COVID-19. Community Resilience Childhood Wellness

The Free Clinic of Culpeper

Website $20,000 April 27, 2021 The Free Clinic of Culpeper received $20,000 in Flexible Funding. These funds are unrestricted, so they can be used as needed for the Free Clinic to work towards their mission. All Flexible Funding grants are designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

The Plains Community League

Website $25,000 August 30, 2020 The Plains Commnity League received $25,000 in Make it Happen! grants to help fund structural improvements to ensure that students have a safe and accessible space to complete virtual learning this school year. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Town of Remington

Website$24,893November 1, 2018This downtown park space will connect Main Street and Town Hall, creating a civic destination inspired by the recommendations from Piedmont Environmental Council’s Remington Walks study. Make it Happen Community Vitality

Town of Warrenton

Website$45,815 August 12, 2019 The Town of Warrenton received grant funding for enhancements to the Warrenton Circuit Rider, including maintaining a second bus, additional hours of service and additional stops. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health
Health Priority

Town of Warrenton

Website$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 Happen Community Vitality

Town of Warrenton

Website$45,000September 14, 2017Improvements to the intersection of Main and 5th Streets with the installation of curb extensions that reduce pedestrian crossing distances, increase visibility and improve accessibility. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health
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Town of Warrenton

Website $8,862 June 10, 2020 The Town of Warrenton received $8,862 to fund a Bicycle Patrol Unit. The unit will institute a healthier method of community policing, with the goal to enhance community relations through public interaction, furthering public relationships and trust. Make it Happen Access to Health

Toys For Tots

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

Trinity Episcopal Church

Website$39,800August 1, 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 & Planning Senior Services

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website$9,203October 10, 2018In collaboration with CADRE and FCPS, Verdun will create a resiliency skills and team building program through experiential learning for 4th and 5th grade students from Bradley Elementary School. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website $37,500 April 27, 2021 Verdun Adventure Bound received $37,500 in a Flexible Funding grant. These funds are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Childhood Wellness

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website $50,000 October 1, 2020 Verdun Adventure Bound received $50,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. These funds will help ease the financial burden of increased expenses associated with COVID-19. Community Resilience Childhood Wellness

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website$12,400August 1, 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 & Planning Mental Health

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website$12,400August 1, 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. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website $25,000 August 31, 2020 Verdun Adventure Bound and Rappahannock County Public Schools received $25,000 to provide care for students who require instruction and supervision while working virtually. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Verdun Adventure Bound

Website $28,823 July 1, 2019 Verdun Adventure Bound received $28,823 for the Adventures in Learning Wellness Program, which uses experiential learning to communicate and implement the Botvin LifeSkills curriculum to students enrolled at M.M. Pierce and C.M. Bradley elementary schools. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness

Virginia College Advising Corps

Website $95,000 March 6, 2019 A $15,000 grant to the Virginia College Advising Corps funded the placement of four college advisers, all recent college graduates, at four area high schools. The advisers provide admissions and financial-aid advising to students and families through one-on-one and group sessions. Strategic Initiatives Capacity Building

VolTran

Website$15,000July 1, 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. Program & Planning Access to Health

VolTran

Website$20,000July 1, 2017Assisted with the coordination of extensive outreach programs and transportation services. Program & Planning Access to Health

VolTran

Website $30,000 September 17, 2019 VolTran received funding to support their volunteer transportation services through organizational needs, including vehicle costs and contractual support. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

W. C. Taylor Middle School

Website$23,600May 2, 2016This grant offered standing desks to better serve students' physical and educational needs. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

W. C. Taylor Middle School

Website$12,109February 16, 2018Triangular shaped desks foster a more collaborative and flexible learning environment for 7th grade students. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility

Website$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 Happen Access to Health
Childhood Wellness
Senior Services

Warrenton Lions Club Charities, Inc.

Website$8,616July 1, 2017Funds to secure more precise, modern equipment to screen students for sight and hearing deficiencies. Program & Planning Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Middle School

Website$3,400March 2, 2017The Warrenton Middle School Musical Theater program was able to purchase a projector and scrim fabric for their stage for use during musicals, talent shows and other school programming, allowing the troupe to project different backdrops created in collaboration with the Fauquier High School graphics arts and media students. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness
Community Vitality

Warrenton Police Department

Website$5,000 October 20, 2015In furtherance of its community public safety programs, the Warrenton Police Department used funds to bring Project Lifesaver to Town residents with conditions such as autism and dementia that increase their risk of wandering or becoming lost. Make it Happen Access to Health

Warrenton Police Department

Website$22,546May 1, 2017WPD purchased chairs and tables to accommodate the increased community demand for use of their public meeting room. Make it Happen Community Vitality

Warrenton Police Department

Website$5,000December 15, 2016Funds for the REVIVE program, which equipped officers with Naloxone to reverse the effects of opioid overdoses when administered by an officer in light of the region's rising heroin epidemic. Strategic Initiatives Mental Health

Warrenton Salvation Army

Website $50,000 April 27, 2021 The Warrenton Salvation Army received $50,000 in Flexible Funding grants. These funds are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Access to Health

Warrenton Salvation Army

Website$8,500August 17, 2017Scholarships for underserved youth to attend the week-long Camp Happyland, where they built leadership and social skills. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Salvation Army

Website $15,000 May 10, 2020 The Warrenton Salvation Army received $15,000 in funding for their food and commodity assistance program, to help meet increased needs of residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Warrenton United Methodist Church

Website $25,000 September 30, 2020 $25,000 in Make it Happen! grants was awarded to Warrenton United Methodist Church to assist elementary aged students with virtual learning in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Youth Sports Club

Website $20,000 October 1, 2020 Warrenton Youth Sports Club received $20,000 in Community Resilience Grant funding. These funds will help ease the financial burden of increased expenses associated with COVID-19. Community Resilience Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Youth Sports Club

Website$10,000 December 2, 2014Constructed three outdoor volleyball courts at the WARF / Athey Field complex. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Warrenton Youth Sports Club

Website$3,439.96January 12, 2018The WYSC Ping Pong with a Parent Club is an intergenerational program pairing teams of parents, grandparents, and kids for active, fun competition across generations in a setting that fosters relationship building. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Windmore Foundation for the Arts, Inc.

Website$10,000July 1, 2017Support of The Young at HeART Arts and Wellness series, a program that fosters senior wellness and encourages aging with grace, courage and humor. Program & Planning Senior Services

Windy Hill Foundation

Website$16,500January 1, 2017Operating funds to help Windy Hill Foundation add staff to grow and enhance best practices as they expand in Fauquier County. Community Resilience Access to Health

Windy Hill Foundation

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

Windy Hill Foundation

Website$16,500January 1, 2017Operating funds to help Windy Hill Foundation add staff to grow and enhance best practices as they expand in Fauquier County. General Operations Access to Health

Windy Hill Foundation

Website$60,000July 1, 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. Program & Planning Access to Health

Young Life

Website$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 Happen Childhood Wellness

Young Life

Website $10,000 October 28, 2020 $10,000 in Make it Happen! grants was awarded to Young Life, in partnership with Community Touch, to provide tutoring services for middle and high school-aged students in southern Fauquier. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness
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Youth for Tomorrow

Website $37,500 April 27, 2021 Youth for Tomorrow received $37,500 in a Flexible Funding grant. Flexible Funding grants are unrestricted, and designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so grantees can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Mental Health
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Youth for Tomorrow

Website $23,000 July 9, 2020 Youth for Tomorrow received $23,000 to support the expansion of behavioral health services to the aging population of Fauquier County. Program & Planning Mental Health

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 Initiatives Mental Health