October 12, 2020
PATH announces pandemic relief that totals $1.5 million
Bealeton-based Community Touch, which provides transitional housing and a range of services for those in need, will receive $75,000 in the most recent round of PATH grants.
The Warrenton-based PATH Foundation on Friday announced more than $1.5 million in grants to help 44 local organizations deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through these grants and our previous COVID-19 response funding, we hope to help organizations continue their important work in our community
— PATH President/CEO Christy Connolly
“The increased burdens associated with the virus are far reaching,” PATH President/CEO Christy Connolly said. “From increased demand for services, additional costs of sanitizing and distancing requirements, to the cancellation of in-person events that provide funding support for organizations, it has been difficult all around.
“Through these grants and our previous COVID-19 response funding, we hope to help organizations continue their important work in our community.”
PATH Foundation previously granted $816,500 for pandemic relief. The latest grants bring that to more than $2.3 million.
The new “Community Resilience Grants” went to:
• Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County, $60,000.
• Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier Inc., $60,000
• Community Touch, $75,000.
• Culpeper Community Development Corporation, $75,000.
• Culpeper Heat Shelter, $20,000.
• Culpeper Wellness Foundation, $25,000.
• Epiphany Catholic School, $11,751
• Fauquier CADRE Inc., $10,000.
• Fauquier Chamber of Commerce, $40,000.
• Fauquier Community Child Care Inc., $50,000.
• Fauquier Community Theatre, $25,000.
• Fauquier County Youth Orchestra, $2,000.
• Fauquier Education Farm, $28,000.
• Fauquier Equestrian Forum, $35,000.
• Fauquier FISH, $40,000.
• Fauquier Free Clinic, $50,000.
• Fauquier Heritage and Preservation Foundation, $10,000.
• Fauquier Historical Society, $10,000.
• Friends of the Fauquier Public Library, $25,000.
• Friends of the Rappahannock, $35,000.
• Girls on the Run Piedmont, $22,800.
• Hero's Bridge, $50,000.
• Highland School, $25,000.
• Hope Heals Foundation, $15,000.
• Land Trust of Virginia, $25,000.
• Learning Starts Early, $5,000.
• Mental Health Association of Fauquier County, $50,000.
• Middleburg Montessori School, $25,000.
• Mountainside Montessori, $25,000.
• Northern Virginia 4-H Educational and Conference Center, $25,000.
• People Helping People, $75,000.
• Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center, $21,000.
• Piedmont Journalism Foundation (The Fauquier Times), $50,000.
• Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center, $10,000.
• Rapp Center for Education, $55,000.
• Rappahannock Goodwill Industries Inc., $50,000.
• Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services, $25,000.
• Spiritual Care Support Ministries, $15,000.
• The Clifton Institute, $35,000.
• The Warrenton Meeting Place, $74,589.
• Verdun Adventure Bound Inc., $50,000.
• Warrenton Field Association Inc., $20,000.
• Warrenton Youth Sports Club, $20,000.
• Windy Hill Foundation, $46,580.
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Savefauquiercounty2019 · October 13, 2020 at 8:54 am
The school board members should be mandated to take a mini, short version microbiology class. They obviously have not up the game by contracting out with a formal, regulated ,high quality sanitization/housekeeping company to assist in sanitizing our schools. I'm happy to see the PATH foundation assists private schools too. The department of social services should start focusing on poor children who lack basic needs such as water. These children attend public schools and can not bathe appropriately. It is high time our taxes cover these poor children and not illegals whose employers should provide for them.
Savefauquiercounty2019 · October 13, 2020 at 8:14 am
Please understand the spread of pathogens on doors, railings, buttons, remotes, phones,steering wheels and public settings need serious attention. Using a wipe doesn't kill pathogens just decreases the amount. Surfaces need to be sprayed down,the product left up to 10 minutes. Some of your funding should support education throughout the communities. Here is hoping you mandate education for those recipients who received monies.
charlly · October 13, 2020 at 3:06 am
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All lives have become more difficult in this situation and all are looking for some help from the government.
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