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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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Fauquier County GovernmentWebsite $7,854 August 12, 2019 This grant funded the continuation of expanded service days by Fauquier County On Demand Public Transportation Services. Strategic Initiatives Health Priority
Fauquier County GovernmentWebsite $120,000 July 18, 2019 This 120,000 will help fund the Broadband Tower Deployment Project. The project is designed to establish broadband towers in rural County areas, and will provide immediate broadband options and cellular service to lacking areas. Strategic Initiatives Health Priority
Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.Website $255,000 August 8, 2019 The Fauquier Free Clinic received $255,000 in continued support for their Telehealth program, which includes a full-time mental health clinician, telehealth visits with therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists, medication, and more. Strategic Initiatives Health Priority
Lord Fairfax Community CollegeWebsite $36,090 January 14, 2020 Lord Fairfax Community College received a $36,090 to help fund the “LFCC Path to Success” Program, which addresses gaps in support to under-represented students in the community. Strategic Initiatives Health Priority
Lord Fairfax Community College Educational FoundationWebsite $37,500 April 17, 2021 LFCC received $37,500 in Flexible Funding. These funds are unrestricted, so they can be used as needed for LFCC to work towards their mission. All Flexible Funding grants are designed to help nonprofits and populations in need, so they can continue programs that support health and vitality for everyone in our community. Flexible Funding Health Priority
Piedmont Journalism FoundationWebsite $15,000 August 7, 2019 Piedmont Journalism Foundation received $15,000 to work together with Foothills Forum on a research and reporting project focused on the crisis of opioids and drug abuse. Strategic Initiatives Health Priority
Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional CommissionWebsite $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
Town of WarrentonWebsite$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