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

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Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County

Website $36,000 February 7, 2020 The Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County received a $36,000 General Operations grant. These funds will support the AAHA in continuing their work by helping to fund their operating costs. General Operations Community Vitality

Allegro Community School of the Arts

Website $15,000 February 7, 2020 Allegro Community School of the Arts received $15,000 in general operations funding to continue their work towards community vitality, by providing arts education and productions for the community. General Operations Community Vitality

Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier, Inc.

Website $40,000 March 31, 2020 In response to increased need during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier, Inc. received $40,000 in emergency funding to continue to serve children families in need throughout the community. Strategic Initiatives Childhood Wellness

Boys & Girls Clubs of Fauquier, Inc.

Website $42,512 February 7, 2020 The Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier, Inc. received $42,512 in General Operating funds, which will provide support for their outcomes-based youth development program focusing on healthy lifestyles, career and academic success, character and leadership preparing youth for great futures. General Operations Childhood Wellness

Bull Run Mountains Conservancy

Website $25,000 March 4, 2020 Bull Run Mountains Conservancy received $25,000 in general operating funds to support their ongoing operation and best practices.  General Operations Access to Health
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Businesses of Rappahannock

Website $10,000 May 10, 2020 Businesses of Rappahannock received $10,000 to continue their efforts supporting the business community during the pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Community Vitality

Community Cooks

Website $23,000 May 10, 2020 A $23,000 grant funded the efforts of Community Cooks, which provided high-quality, fresh and frozen meals with to families and food banks affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program operates in partnership with Gateau Bakery and Tea Room, Great Harvest Bread Co., Fauquier County 4-H and Warrenton Wellness Kitchen. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Community Touch, Inc.

Website $25,000 March 31, 2020 This $25,000 grant was given as emergency funding in response to COVID-19. Community Touch, like many organizations in our area, faced an increase in the community's need for their services as a result of the pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Community Touch, Inc.

Website $50,000 March 4, 2020 Community Touch received $50,000 in general operations funding to support their daily operations and the continuation of best practices in their day to day work. General Operations Access to Health
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Culpeper Chamber of Commerce

Website $10,000 May 10, 2020 The Culpeper Chamber of Commerce received $10,000 to continue their efforts supporting the business community during the pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Community Vitality

Experience Old Town Warrenton

Website $14,045 March 4, 2020 Experience Old Town Warrenton received $14,045 in general operations funding to support their current operations and continue best practices, as they work to strengthen community vitality in Old Town Warrenton. General Operations Access to Health

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 Planning Access to Health
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Fauquier Chamber of Commerce

Website $25,000 May 10, 2020 The Fauquier Chamber of Commerce received $25,000 to continue their efforts supporting the business community during the pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Community Vitality

Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc.

Website $40,000 March 31, 2020 In response to increased need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc. received $40,000 in emergency funding to continue to serve children families in need throughout the community.  Strategic Initiatives Childhood Wellness

Fauquier Community Food Bank and Thrift Store

Website$25,000 March 31, 2020 This $25,000 grant was given as emergency funding in response to COVID-19. The Fauquier Community Food Bank, like many organizations in our area, faced an increase in the community's need for their services as a result of the pandemic. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Fauquier County 4-H

$10,500 May 10, 2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fauquier County 4-H Livestock Program received $10,500 for animal processing to provide protein donations to local food banks for use in meal creation and distribution. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Fauquier County Public Schools

Website $25,000 March 21, 2020 Fauquier County Public Schools received $25,000 for a summer food distribution program at M. M. Pierce Elementary School, in partnership with the Fauquier Community Child Care, Fauquier FISH, Rappahannock Food Pantry and Culpeper Food Bank. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness
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Fauquier Economic Development

Website $10,000 May 10, 2020 Fauquier County Economic Development received $10,000 for an economic development microloan program to help local businesses affected by COVID-19. Strategic Initiatives Community Vitality

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 Planning Access to Health

Fauquier FISH

Website $25,000 March 31, 2020 In response to increased need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Fauquier FISH received $25,000 in emergency funding. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Fauquier FISH

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 Planning Childhood 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 Planning Access to Health

Headwaters Foundation

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 Planning Childhood Wellness
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Liberty Community Church

Website $3,850 July 9, 2020 Liberty Community Church received a Make it Happen! grant of $3,850 for online seminars focused on parent-child relationships, to teach parents the skills to equip their children with character, compassion and problem-solving skills. Make it Happen Childhood Wellness

Lord Fairfax Community College

Website $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
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Mid-Atlantic Food Resilience and Access Coalition (MAFRAC)

Website $50,000 May 10, 2020 This $50,000 grant to MAFRAC, Fauquier Community Child Care and 4P Foods funded their "Taco Tuesday" meal distribution program. The program provided fresh, locally sourced and prepared meals for free to families who faced food insecurity or were adversely affected by COVID-19. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Northen Piedmont Community Foundation

Website $18,000 May 10, 2020 In response to hardships faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, Give Local Piedmont received $18,000 in additional program support for the High School Giving program. The High School Giving program provides each senior at high schools in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper counties with a monetary donation. Participating seniors then choose a local organization to receive their donation. Strategic Initiatives Community Engagement

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 Planning Mental Health

Piedmont Environmental Council

Website $5,000 May 10, 2020 Piedmont Environmental Council received $5,000 as part of a challenge grant in response to COVID-19. This grant allowed for the hiring of local dairymen to provide milk to the Fauquier Community Food Bank & Thrift Store. Strategic Initiatives Access to Health

Rapp@Home

Website$40,000 July 9, 2020 Rapp@Home received $40,000 to support their rural senior village serving Rappahannock County. The village aims to facilitate aging in place, allowing residents to lead vital,connected and comfortable lives in the comfort of their own homes. Program & Planning Senior Services

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 Planning Childhood Wellness

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, Program and Planning Access to 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
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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

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 and Planning Childhood Wellness
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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

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
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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 and Planning Mental Health