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The PATH Foundation is proud to support so many impactful organizations in our community. Search our grant database to learn more about projects we’ve funded.
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Town of WarrentonWebsite$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
Town of WarrentonWebsite $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 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 Happen Childhood Wellness
Trinity Episcopal ChurchWebsite$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 BoundWebsite$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 BoundWebsite$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 BoundWebsite$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 BoundWebsite $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 CorpsWebsite $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
VolTranWebsite$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
VolTranWebsite$20,000July 1, 2017Assisted with the coordination of extensive outreach programs and transportation services. Program & Planning Access to Health
VolTranWebsite $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 SchoolWebsite$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 SchoolWebsite$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 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 Happen Access to Health
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 SchoolWebsite$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