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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. GRANT
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Experience Old Town Warrenton
Website $10,000 July 9, 2020 Experience Old Town Warrenton received $10,000 to support place-making and installation of two murals in Old Town Warrenton.Program and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier Education Farm
Website $32,800 July 9, 2020 Fauquier Education Farm received $32,800 to support their demonstration gardens and educational programs.Program & Planning, Program and PlanningAccess to Health
Fauquier Education Farm
Website $30,150 July 1, 2019 This grant provided support for Fauquier Education Farm's demonstration gardens and educational programs.Program and PlanningAccess to Health
Website $75,000 July 9, 2020 Fauquier FISH received $75,000 for their Weekend Power Pack program, which provides backbacks of meals to children who are at risk of hunger during weekends, school holidays and snow days. Program and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Fauquier Free Clinic, Inc.
Website $60,291 July 9, 2020 The Fauquier Free Clinic received $60,291 to support expanded primary care clinic hours, along with specialized diabetes education and teaching. Program and PlanningAccess to Health
Website $15,000 July 9, 2020 Headwaters Foundation received $15,000 for their After-School Enrichment program that provides a safe and reliable environment for children after school. Program and PlanningChildhood Wellness
Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center
Website $68,960 July 9, 2020 Piedmont Dispute Resolutino Center received $68,960 to fund an early intervention conflict resolution program for non-court involved residents of northern Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock counties through mediation and restorative justice education and services. Program and PlanningMental Health
Rappahannock County Public Schools
Website $69,000 July 9, 2020 Rappahannock County Public Schools received $69,000 to provide a school-based wellness center, partnering with local medical, dental and mental health providers. Access will be available regardless of insurance or income level.Program & Planning, Program and PlanningChildhood Wellness
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, Program and PlanningAccess to Health
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 and PlanningChildhood Wellness
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 and PlanningMental Health