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May 2, 2022

PATH Foundation announces $1.2 million in grant funding; variety of Fauquier groups included

Christy Connolly
The PATH Foundation has announced the recipients of its latest round of Flexible Funding grants, including tens of thousands of dollars to Fauquier County groups.

Thirty-eight organizations received nearly $1.2 million in funding to support their missions and strengthen the health and vitality of everyone in our community.

The Flexible Funding grant cycle, originally introduced in January 2021, offered up to $75,000 in unrestricted general operating support for 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that reflect the mission and values of the PATH Foundation in Culpeper, Fauquier and Rappahannock counties.

“At PATH, we’re proud to support local groups in their important work,” PATH Foundation President and CEO Christy Connolly said in a news release. “We look forward to seeing our grantees use this funding to fulfill their missions. Our hope is that, through their efforts and collaboration, our community will continue to be a place where all of us can live, work, play and grow.”

As unrestricted funds, Flexible Funding grants can be used as needed for nonprofits to meet their missions, according to the release. The awards are also designed to fund a variety of projects, prioritizing organizations and populations that are most in need.

All grantees have overall mission statements or ongoing programs that intersect with the PATH Foundation’s four priority areas: access to health, childhood wellness, mental health and senior services.

More information about PATH Foundation grants can be found at pathforyou.org/our-grants/.

Here’s a full list of the grantees:

Access to Health

-Catholic Charities Diocese of Arlington: St. Lucy Food Project – $50,000
-Community Development Redistribution Resource Center – $5,000
-Fauquier Education Farm – $30,000
-Hope Heals Foundation – $20,000
-Just Neighbors – $30,000
-Mid-Atlantic Food Resilience and Access Coalition – $50,000
-People Helping People – $50,000
-Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic, Inc. – $50,000
-Rapp Center for Education – $25,000
-Rappahannock Pantry, Inc. – $50,000
-Remington United Methodist Church – $15,000
-RX Drug Access Partnership – $10,000
-Services to Abused Families – $25,000
-The Plains Park Authority – $50,000
-Windy Hill Foundation – $25,000

Childhood Wellness

-Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier – $50,000
-Career Partners, Inc. – $42,500
-Family Futures – $20,000
-Fauquier Community Child Care, Inc. – $50,000
-Fauquier Community Theatre – $25,000
-Fauquier County 4-H – $20,000
-Fauquier Family Shelter Services, Inc. – $50,000
-Fauquier FISH – $50,000
-Girls on the Run Piedmont – $10,000
-Kid Pan Alley – $15,000
-Learning Starts Early – $7,500
-The Child Care & Learning Center – $12,100
-Verdun Adventure Bound, Inc. – $25,000

Mental Health

-Morgan’s Message, Inc. – $20,000
-Piedmont Dispute Resolution Center – $20,000
-Sex, Drugs & God – $10,000
-Youth for Tomorrow – $50,000

Senior Services

-Afro-American Historical Association of Fauquier County – $50,000
-Rapp@Home – $25,000
-Rappahannock Benevolent Fund – $50,000
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