Spring 2024 Recipients

  • Italia Performing Arts Institute (Winchester) received $550 to support the ArteInMovimento (AIM) Residency Workshop for youth.
  • The Journey Home Inc. (Mineral) received $1,500 to provide transitional housing guests with internet access to search for employment opportunities.
  • Verdun Adventure Bound (Rixeyville) received $1,975 for specialized adaptive boating supplies for those with disabilities attending summer camp.
  • Access Independence (Winchester) received $2,000 to support the Fall Ramp Up that provides wheelchair ramps and other mobility assistance for those with disabilities.
  • Madison Emergency Services Association received $2,000 to provide carts for the Complete Client Choice food pantry project that serves food insecure neighbors in need.
  • Fauquier FISH (Warrenton) received $2,460 to support the food pantry’s Delicious Affordable Simple and Healthy (DASH) Meals Program serving food insecure families. 
  • LTLL Global Ministries Inc - Harvest Outreach Ministries (Front Royal) received $2,460 to support their Mobile Food Pantry for low-income families.
  • Moments of Hope Outreach Inc. (Hanover) received $2,460 to assist with their pantry truck donation pick-ups that provide food assistance to those living in homelessness or poverty. 
  • New Vision Kingdom of God Ministries (Fredericksburg) received $2,460 to support their Healthy Pantry Initiative equipment upgrades to better serve food insecure families and individuals. 
  • Hollys Heart Foundation (Mechanicsville) received $2,500 to support the Heartbeats for Heroes initiative outreach to organ donor families.
  • St. Luke Community Clinic (Front Royal) received $3,000 for supplies to the St. Luke Dental Clinic that serves low-income uninsured individuals. 
  • Arte Libre VA, Inc. (Winchester) received $3,000 for their Beat the Odds® Workshop Series, an arts-based intervention program that builds core social-emotional strengths among marginalized and underserved youth and families.
  • The Culpeper Literacy Council received $3,000 to assist with a technology update of laptops, projectors, and screens.
  • Brain Injury Services (Fredericksburg) received $3,300 to provide virtual conferencing technology services for children, adults, families, and caregivers coping with brain injuries. 
  • Child Health Partnership Inc (Charlottesville) received $3,500 to provide home safety, health, and education supplies to low-income families of Louisa and Albemarle County. 
  • Culpeper Wellness Foundation received $3,500 for the Powell Wellness Center Boxing for Hope - Rock Steady Boxing program that assists those with Parkinson’s Disease.
  • Family Futures (Rappahannock County) received $3,500 for their MyFuture program that teaches young children to learn, earn and save and establishes custodial savings accounts for them. 
  • Skyline Cap Inc. (Madison) received $3,500 to provide safety items to their SAFE (Safety Advances Family Empowerment) program for at risk children. 
  • Pony Partners (Louisa) received $4,287.51 for the Round Pen Project that aims to strengthen veterans and their families by providing therapeutic equine connections. 
  • Empowerhouse (Fredericksburg) received $5,000 to the Client Crisis Assistance program that provides victims of domestic violence with emergency shelter and secure housing.
  • Godfrey Miller Home Inc (Winchester) received $5,000 for their Congregate Affordable Meal Program (CAMP) for older adults with limited financial resources. 
  • Operation First Response Inc. (Culpeper) received $5,000 toward their Family Assistance Program that provides active-duty service members, disabled veterans, Gold Star families, and first responders with emergency financial aid. 
  • Orange County Free Clinic received $5,000 for their Mental Health Counseling Services to provide medication and supplies to low-income patients.
  • Servants at Work Inc Virginia (Fredericksburg) received $5,000 to assist with building wheelchair ramps for low-income individuals with long-term disabilities.
  • The Winchester Rescue Mission received $5,000 to assist with providing emergency shelter beds for the new Valley Avenue homeless facility.
  • The Hub of Hope Inc. (Fredericksburg) received $5,000 for their Food 2 Go Program for low-income seniors, children, and families of the Fredericksburg greater region. 
  • Wesley Housing Development Corporation of Northern Virginia serving Frederick County received $5,000 to assist with housing stabilization services for low-income seniors.
  • Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum (Winchester) received $5,250 toward their Virtual Camps with Special Love serving children with cancer and their families. 
  • Louisa County Rescue Squad received $10,000 to implement the integration of PulsePoint Louisa aimed at creating a citizen network of CPR certified responders that can assist individuals before EMS can arrive.

Fall 2023 Recipients

  • Boyce Railway Depot Foundation received $195 to provide supplies for their Historic Railway Depot Painting Project.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Greater Fredericksburg received $1,190 to support their Bigs in Schools mentoring program.
  • Front Royal / Warren County C-CAP received $1,501 to assist with creating a new ‘Family Resource Center’ computer station.
  • Louisa Community Emergency Fund Inc. received $2,000 in support of the Touching Lives in Crisis program that offers financial assistance to families that have critical housing needs.
  • St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church - Caroline County Cemetery Group received $2,000 to assist with The Oliver Cemetery Project to preserve and restore a his toric cemetery in Caroline County.
  • Aging Together Corporation (Culpeper) received $2,500 to assist with the Dementia Friendly Communities Initiative.
  • Essex County Museum & Historical Society received $2,500 for their "Hands on History" interactive educational project and activities.
  • New Day Equine Therapy (Richmond) received $2,500 to provide therapeutic services to financially challenged individuals and families of Hanover, Caroline, Spotsylvania, and surrounding counties.  
  • Greater Fredericksburg Habitat for Humanity received $3,000 to help build 14 affordable homes within the Benchmark Road Subdivision project.
  • St. Stephen's Episcopal Church - Culpeper Food Closet received $3,000 for their Culpeper Food Closet Buy-A-Bird project for Thanksgiving meals.
  • The Arc of North Central Virginia (Warrenton) received $3,000 to assist with The Arc@thePark program that provides activities and resources to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
  • Faithworks (Winchester) received $4,000 in support of the Pay It Forward program to supplement out-of-the-ordinary and unexpected financial burdens for low-income families and individuals.
  • 2 For 2 Foundation, Inc. (Winchester) received $5,000 for their Swim Literacy program.
  • Come As You Are Ministry (Montpelier) received $5,000 to support Outreach Programs that provide food assistance to low-income individuals and families.
  • Coven of the Appalachian Mountains (Dyke) received $5,000 in support of their Community Care Closet for Greene County residents to provide hygiene products to school-aged children in need.
  • Lake Anna Rescue Inc. received $5,000 to assist in the acquisition of an EMS Rescue Boat.
  • Living by His Grace Ministries (Front Royal) received $5,000 to support their Human Trafficking Awareness Project to prevent the exploitation of children in our communities.
  • Mental Health America of Fredericksburg received $5,000 to provide therapy and group services for underserved populations.
  • The Madison Free Clinic received $5,000 to assist with expanding the Healthcare Access for Madison County Residents programing to include transportation costs.
  • Hero's Bridge (Warrenton) received $5,100 to support the Battle Buddy – Nutrition Program that provides nutritional meals to low-income veterans.
  • Bringing Resources to Aid Women's Shelters (BRAWS) serving Frederick County received $6,154.23 to provide undergarments & personal supplies to women and girls in need.
  • Literacy Volunteers - Winchester Area received $7,500 for their Family Literacy program.
  • Upper King and Queen Volunteer Fire Department received $10,000 to assist with the purchase of a new 2023 Pierce Tanker.
  • Giving Words (Louisa) received $10,200 to support their Transportation and Community projects that assist single mothers with transportation and vehicle maintenance training and repairs.

Spring 2023 Recipients

  • Darby's Dancers received $1,185 to support the end of year recital program for children with special needs.
  • Hanover Master Gardener Association received $2,000 to provide a rainwater harvesting system for the Horticultural Learning Center demonstration garden.
  • Dr. Terry Sinclair Health Clinic Inc. received $2,499.12 to assist with the purchase of essential medical supplies due to new patient growth and supply shortages.
  • Adult Community Education received $2,500.00 to help update and increase literacy materials and resources used by students and tutors enrolled in the Adult Community Education program.
  • Love to NIC LLC received $2,500 to provide monthly meals to the homeless in the Winchester area.  
  • Fredericksburg Rappahannock Chapter of the Izaak Walton League received $3,000 to assist with the expansion of the Honeybee Project apiary and pollinator garden.
  • Orange County Humane Society of VA received $3,000 to support the Senior Hope Project that assists with providing companion pets for low-income senior citizens to improve the individual’s quality of life.
  • Christ Church Cares Food Pantry received $3,500 to assist the Personal Care Initiative that provides low-income seniors with personal hygiene and dental care supplies.
  • FISH of Clarke County received $4,000 to provide food for the Community Table - Mobile Food Pantry that serves a growing population of food insecure individuals in the area.
  • Phoenix Project received $4,520 to support domestic violence services provided through the Primary Prevention Programming.
  • Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging Inc. received $4,740 to provide wheelchairs for The Senior Centers to facilitate mobility to events, field trips and fellowship opportunities.
  • Family Promise Northern Shenandoah Valley, Inc. received $5,000 to assist families with children who are experiencing homelessness by providing housing support as they transition from shelters.  
  • Hanover and King William Habitat for Humanity received $5,000 to provide doors and windows for a current home build through the Family Promise NSV Stabilization & Housing Program Homeownership Program
  • The McShin Foundation received $5,000 to provide supplies to the Recovery Wellness Program that offers addiction recovery support services.
  • The Montpelier Center for Arts & Education received $5,000 to support the Jump Start The Art educational and skills building project workshops.
  • Tabernacle United Methodist Church received $5,000 to support the growing need of the Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Spotsylvania Affiliate program that provides books to registered children.
  • Northern Virginia 4-H Educational and Conference Center received $5,000 to assist with providing equipment and materials necessary for lifeguard and first aid Community Safety Trainings.
  • Thurman Brisben Homeless Shelter received $5,000 to support the replacement of shelter lockers as part of the Essential Shelter Services program.
  • Fredericksburg Pregnancy Center DBA Choices Women’s Center DBA IMGNLife received $5,000 to support the Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Testing Initiative for at-risk, low-income communities in the region by providing needed materials, equipment, and supplies.
  • Habitat for Humanity of Culpeper County Inc. received $5,000 to assist with supplies needed to complete a Community Habitat Project that provides a safe and affordable housing opportunity to a local family.
  • Hanover Tavern Foundation received $5,000 to support the educational Hanover Tavern History in the Heart of Virginia program for Title 1 school field trips from Caroline County, Louisa County and Spotsylvania County.
  • Martha Jefferson Hospital received $5,000 to purchase locally produced food for the free, pop-up Fresh Farm Stands that alleviate food insecurity in underserved are neighborhoods and communities.
  • Rappahannock United Way received $5,000 to provide materials for Prosper Students, a financial education program for junior and senior high school students to prepare them for financial literacy and job readiness skills.
  • The Salvation Army Winchester VA Corps received $5,077 to provide ongoing supply storage capacity needs for the Emergency Family Shelter program.
  • Highland Food Pantry received $6,000 to assist with the "Eggcellent" Protein project that provides a high protein source of food to the community served by the pantry.
  • Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center received $6,640.51 to assist with the Forensics Expansion Project that addresses child abuse investigations and support services.
  • Foundation for Lake Anna Emergency Services received $7,500 to provide a Lund University Cardiopulmonary Assist System (LUCAS) compression device for the New Bridge Fire and Rescue Station Ambulance.
  • People Helping People of Fauquier County Inc. received $10,000 to support the Financial Emergency Assistance program with funding for families at risk of eviction or need temporary transitional housing.
  • Walkerton Community Fire Association received $10,000 to assist with safety equipment and funding to purchase a Rescue Boat to assist stranded boaters on the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers.

Fall 2022 Recipients

  • Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic received $1,415.95 for project Smile Care to provide dental kits and educational resources for school age youth.
  • Winchester Frederick Clarke Faith in Action for Wheels for Wellness received $1,500, The organization provides free transportation to medical appointments for those in need.  
  • Virginia Tech Foundation - Northern Shenandoah Valley Financial Education Fund for the Managing Your Money Series Scholarships received $1,500 for their program that provides education on personal finances for low to moderate income individuals.
  • Rappahannock for the Youth Outdoor Adventures: Diversity & Inclusion in Rappahannock's Headwaters received $1,500. A project to serve Head Start and Virginia Preschool nature-based school lessons and outdoor programming.  
  • Kidz Foundation Inc. located in Winchester, VA received $2,000 for the Kare4Kidz Winter Holiday project that provides supplies for children in foster care or homeless.  
  • Salem Volunteer Fire Department Inc.received  $2,400 for a Thermal Imaging Camera to help locate hot power lines, fires, lost persons and building hot spots.
  • Feeding Greene, Inc. received $2,500 for the Reusable Shopping Bags project to provide re-usable bags for food pantry guests.
  • 10-7 Farms located in Bowling Green, VA received $2,500 to for the Recovery Retreat for Law Enforcement project that provides behavioral support for those experiencing Post Traumatic Stress.     
  • Fairy Godmother Project located in Fredericksburg, VA received $3,000 for the Meal Making project that provides pre-made meals to families traveling to pediatric cancer treatment centers.
  • George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Association Inc. received $3,000 for the Being a Citizen project that provides educational information on the role of citizenship.
  • Louisa County Resource Council of Louisa, Virginia received $3,000 for the Wheels for Work project that provides emergency auto repair assistance for working poor families.
  • Louisa Downtown Development Corporation (dba Louisa Arts Center) received $3,200 for the Central Virginia Theatre Children's Holiday Program.
  • Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault received $4,500 for the Human Trafficking Task Force project to increase awareness of resources for victims.
  • Emerging STARS based in Spotsylvania, VA received $4,893 for the Emerging STARS youth empowerment with disabilities project supplies and enrichment activities.
  • Jefferson Area Board of Aging received $5,000 for the Decreasing the Digital Divide Among Older Adults programming.
  • Gwyneth’s Gift Foundation received $5,000 to support the Hands Only CPR Training program for the greater Fredericksburg regional area.
  • Blue Ridge Opportunity Services, Inc.received $5,000 for the A Ride Like You project that provides transportation services for adults with intellectual disabilities.
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Virginia received $5,000 for the Madison Robotic & Drone Soccer program for youth to engage interest in STEM related fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).
  • Caroline Family YMCA received $5,000 to create a Red Cross Outpost for CPR and emergency first aid training courses and certification.      
  • Sensory Theatre Endless Possibilities, Inc. received $5,200 for the STEP to Screen project that uses videography as therapy and teaching for people with disabilities of the Fredericksburg regional area.
  • Beaverdam Food Pantry received $5,280 for the Fuel Help for Volunteers project to assist delivering food to hungry families of Central Virginia.
  • St. George's Episcopal Church received $5,750.77 for The Table at St. George's that provides a food pantry that focuses on providing fresh produce to the food insecure of the Fredericksburg regional community.
  • Fredericksburg Regional Health Council Inc. received $6,500 for the Lloyd F Moss Free Clinic - Chronic Illness Outpatient Clinic for low-income, uninsured adults.     
  • Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company received $10,000.00 for LIFEPAK 1000 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).    

 

Spring 2022 Recipients

  • Pony Partners of Louisa County, which serves the counties of Louisa, Orange, Spotsylvania, Caroline, Hanover and Albemarle, received $932 to assist with a new Pony Hugs programming. The group provides equine therapeutic services using miniature horses at the homes of medically ill children who cannot travel for animal therapy. 
  • Holly’s Heart Foundation, which serves the counties of Stafford and Caroline, received $1,000 for the Heartbeats for Heroes project. The funds will help organ donor families keep the memory of their loved ones alive through Build-A-Bear keepsake bears. 
  • The Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter, which serves the counties of Frederick, Clarke, Shenandoah and Warren, received $1,400 to provide new blankets for the shelter through their blanket replacement program. 
  • Cars Changing Lives, which serves the counties of Clarke, Frederick and Shenandoah, received $1,800 to assist with repair costs of vehicles that are used free of charge by those in need of transportation to work, school and medical appointments. 
  • Quickstart Tennis of Central VA, which serves the counties of Greene, Madison, Culpeper, Rappahannock, Orange and Louisa, received $2,200 to establish a Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library chapter in Greene. This book-gifting program supports families with children from birth to age 5. 
  • Louisa County Historical Society received $2,500 to provide pilot-year assistance for the African American History Program. This will include collecting and digitizing oral histories and outreach activities. 
  • Madison County Education Foundation received $2,612.12 to provide Camp Unakite materials and supplies for STEM educational summer programs, which are open to elementary and middle school children. 
  • TAGGED, which serves the counties of Spotsylvania, Stafford, Culpeper, Orange and Essex, received $3,000 to provide Build-A-Dream scholarships to youth in foster care. The program ensures experiences, resources and tools that support transitional independence and future career goals. 
  • Virginia Search and Rescue Dog Association received $3,099.47 to provide personal flotation devices to members. This will ensure searcher safety during water-recovery missions and training activities. 
  • Front Royal Women’s Resource Center, which serves the counties of Warren, Rappahannock and Frederick, received $3,070 to provide laptops and software to host hybrid and virtual wellness webinars for women in the community. 
  • Virginia Repertory Theater of the Richmond Area received $4,000 to provide child-abuse-prevention programming and black-history programming for low-income elementary school classrooms. 
  • Empowerhouse, which serves the counties of Spotsylvania, Stafford and Caroline, received $5,000 to support the Client Crisis Assistance project. The program ensures emergency shelter and secure housing for women and children impacted by domestic violence. 
  • Skyline CAP Inc., which serves the counties of Greene, Madison and Orange, received $5,000 to provide assistance to the Emergency Home Repair Program for low-income homeowners. The program works to ensure safe, healthy and accessible living conditions. 
  • St. Luke Community Clinic of Front Royal, which serves Warren County, received $5,000 to support the St. Luke Dental clinic, which offers oral healthcare for low-income and uninsured residents. 
  • Stanardsville United Methodist Church of Greene County received $5,000 to provide food and meal containers for the Tuesday’s Table of Greene weekly feeding ministry. 
  • The Bridge Community Church, which serves the counties of Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper, received $5,000 to purchase food and supplies for their emergency response personnel during a prolonged and critical crisis event such as a fire or disaster. 
  • Fluvanna-Louisa Housing Foundation received $5,000 to support the Essential Home Repair Program, which provides recipients with low re-payment terms on essential home repair loans. 
  • Orange County Free Clinic received $5,000 to provide support to the Diabetic Patient Care and Management program for low-income and uninsured individuals. 
  • New Eve Ministries of Winchester, which serves the counties of Frederick, Warren, Shenandoah, Clarke and Page, received $5,600 to provide HVAC replacement assistance for the New Eve Maternity Home, a shelter for homeless and pregnant women. 
  • The Cornertone Community Development Center, which serves the counties of King William, King & Queen, Essex, Caroline and Hanover, received $6,000 to provide increased storage space and a work area for the CornerStone Food Program. 
  • Public Safety Foundation of Greene County received $6,500 to help with the purchase of a swift-water rescue craft for emergency responders. 
  • The Ruckersville Volunteer Fire Company, Inc., received $6,860 to purchase and install equipment to modernize the firefighter gear lockers to improve conditions and response time. 
  • Godfrey Miller Home Inc. of Frederick County received $7,500 to support the Congregate Affordable Meal Program, which services older adults with limited financial means. 



2021 Recipients

  • Care for Humanity, Inc. - provide afterschool meals for students.
  • Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation- build new trails that will allow the public to learn more about history, go birdwatching, hiking or just enjoy the Shenandoah Valley.
  • Congregational Community Action Project, Inc. (CCAP) – to continue to help keep people housed.
  • Culpeper Cavalry Museum, Inc./ Museum of Culpeper History – to purchase supplies and design software to create activity sheets and handouts. In addition will cover expenses for two years to allow the opportunity to build and promote this program.
  • Culpeper Food Closet – to maintain the Culpeper Food Closet on Thursday afternoon/evenings and to purchase food from local stores to meet the needs.
  • Essex County Museum & Historic Society – to provide 100 books that will be donated to school libraries and other community organizations.
  • Ferst Readers of Fauquier County – to provide 100 books and literacy resources for children monthly.
  • Front Royal / Warren County C-CAP - purchase outdated office printer, supply paper, ink and service contract.
  • Greene Care Clinic, Inc. - cover the cost of comprehensive eye exams and services for 35 uninsured patients over a 12-month period.
  • Greene Commons - purchase permanent sunshades on the east side of the pavilion to provide vendors and their goods protection from the sun, help maintain a comfortable temperature under the pavilion, and make setup safer.
  • HOPE3 Ministries Inc. – to provide holiday feast boxes filled for 50 distressed families in our community.
  • Hospice of the Piedmont – to increase support services, specifically for those that are patient-focused, and to support the staff providing these services.
  • Leashes of Valor - assist in providing a 10-day training class to four post-9/11 veterans who suffer from PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury or MST and their new service dogs at no cost.
  • LTLL Global Ministries, Inc. /Harvest Missions Outreach Center – to purchase new curriculum which includes video lessons, facilitator guides and workbooks in addition to drug test kits and support materials.
  • Madison County Library Inc. - support six to twelve groups of four learners with children from kindergarten to high school working to create robots that move providing them in-depth exploration of robotics, STEM, coding and computational thinking.
  • Middletown Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co. Inc. - replace outdated swift-water rescue and safety gear equipment.
  • Paul Stefan Regional Maternity & Education Center - purchase laptops for six women.
  • State Fair of Virginia Inc. – to purchase seeds for both on-site planting for the children and a garden starter kit with seeds to be sent home for each family. The fairgrounds will also add sensory garden components to the exterior of the garden. 
  • The Journey Home Inc. – to purchase materials and equipment for the construction of a play area for young children at our transition home.
  • Wilderness Food Pantry - to replace an outdated refrigerator & freezer.
  • Winchester Little Theatre Inc. - to assist WLT4Kid program, a summer theatre for kids and by kids.
  • Zion Church of Fredericksburg, Inc. - to serve non-perishable items to lower income communities in Rappahannock regions.
  • Center for Rural Culture - to purchase basic video equipment to enable us to produce online educational videos.
  • Faithworks, Inc. - to provide vouchers to support 25 families with their transition from homelessness to permanent housing.
  • Fauquier FISH - to purchase food to be distributed to children in need.
  • Hero's Bridge - to serve elderly low income veterans in our region by providing hands on services to include in person visits, home delivered meals, housing repairs, pet care, rides to the doctor and senior friendly tablets to connect them to others.
  • Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area - to purchase student textbooks, workbooks, teacher books and provide access to the digital content.
  • Madison Learning Center Inc. - to upgrade the playground equipment to provide additional seating and pea gravel.
  • New Vision Kingdom of God Ministries - to purchase 2 freezers and food items.
  • Northern Virginia 4-H Educational & Conference Center - to purchase digital walkie talkies to help cover 229 acres and to modify the emissions designator on our FCC license from analog to digital.
  • People Incorporated of Virginia - to provide personal protective equipment for volunteers, bags needed for food distribution, paper and printer ink for brochures and flyers to conduct additional outreach in the community.
  • Servants at Work, Inc. Virginia - to build 2 wheelchair ramps for persons with long-term ambulatory disabilities.
  • Spotsylvania Emergency Concerns Association - to renovate the food room and obtain new food scales and carts.
  • Stanardsville Volunteer Fire Department - to update truck bay lighting to LED fixtures, purchase and install key-card access locks to our main emergency entrance doors.
  • VFW Post 2217 James Madison - to provide the necessary assistance to continue helping veterans, youth, and other local non-profits.
  • Wildrock - to support the Pop-up Play program in the fall of 2021 to minority and underserved populations in Albemarle County, the purchase of new equipment designed to operate the Pop-up Play in accordance with the Virginia State COVID-19 Regulations and Guidelines. Including new mobility, climbing, and obstacle equipment that can allow children to engage in group play while remaining physically distant.

2020 Recipients

  • Blue Ridge Center for Therapeutic Horsemanship - to replace two saddles, a damaged bulletin board and replace old storage cabinets used for veterinary, grooming and other supplies.
  • Earthquest Inc. - to build mews (safe and comfortable homes for the birds of prey) at a new location.
  • Gwyneth's Gift Foundation - purchase 240 Anytime Kits, The Hands-On CPR training which helps to ensure that those suffering an out of hospital cardiac arrest have a higher chance of survival.
  • John H. Enders Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company - to assist in implementation of a Junior Firefighters Program, ages 16 and 17 year old women and men, to generate an interest in becoming the community’s first responders to assist the public in their time of need.
  • LOWLINK – to purchase COVID-19 safety kits for volunteers and members.
  • Our Health, Inc. - to replace outdated computers at 10 lab workstations to include a teacher workstation, and to download updated software for some of the training programs used.
  • Piedmont Environmental Council - to purchase over 1,300 gallons of milk to be donated to food insecure members in the community.
  • Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center (SHCAC) - to provide phone interpretation services so that Spanish -speaking children who have been abused may receive forensic interviews at SHCAC; update website to include community information in both English and Spanish; for transportation vouchers; support training costs on child abuse interventions.
  • Stafford Hospital Foundation - to provide 25 iPads for the Stafford Hospital Women's and Pediatrics unit.
  • St. George's Episcopal Church - to assist with fresh produce deliveries.
  • Wings of Hope Ranch, Inc. - to purchase laptops and software for our staff to increase our operational efficiency and our capacity to assist children facing challenges.
  • Blue Ridge Habitat for Humanity - to support home repair projects for those in need.
  • Blue Ridge Hospice - to make quality end - of - life care accessible and support their families and those effected by death and to advocate for patient comfort, dignity and choice.
  • Clark County Historical Association - to host a series of Historical Craft Workshops.
  • Cooking Autism, Inc. - to gather the special needs community for a series of important life-skills and cooking programs and purchase food, location rental and print.
  • Emerging STARS - to purchase a used van to provide transportation for 15 young adults with developmental disabilities to go out into the community to experience new activities and living life together.
  • Friends of the Rappahannock - to support environmental outreach programs.
  • Friends of Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office Community Policing - leadership training, instructor certification, supplies, and equipment and reading materials.
  • G Cubed Ministries - to fund the Extraordinary Young Minds program which focuses on student’s good character, mutual respect and core values.
  • Ledwith-Lewis Free Clinic (Formerly Tappahannock Clinic) - tto purchase monitoring systems and sensors to improve diabetes control and overall patient health.
  • Legal Aid Workers - to provide legal information to disadvantaged members of the community.
  • Mental Health America of Fredericksburg - funds will allow for suicide prevention education program to be provided to Caroline County Public Schools.
  • Rappahannock Area YMCA Caroline Family Branch - to offer a summer learning program for kindergarten through fifth-grade students.
  • Stafford Food Security, Inc. - to assist with operational support for the facility.
  • St. Jude of Massaponax/Knight of Columbus Council 13599 - allow 10 needy families with elementary-school children to receive free healthy groceries.
  • St. Luke Community Clinic - to purchase and install two new dental chairs.
  • Youth Development Center Inc. - to support the Baker’s Anchor Mentoring Summer Fest Scholarship program.

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