Fundraising

PATH keeps giving during holidays

With a legacy of community philanthropy stretching back to 1954, the modern PATH Foundation never ceases to amaze with its generosity, including over the recent holidays when PATH volunteer Anna Galina (seen here) appeared in Rappahannock County to distribute “Scratch and Give” cards to patrons of local restaurants, including Headmaster’s Pub in Sperryville. […]

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‘Winter is a Beach’ theme for annual Benevolent Fund Dinner

One of the Rappahannock County’s most anticipated winter events is the annual Benevolent Fund Celebrity Waiter Dinner, which will be held on Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Washington School House. What better way to beat the winter doldrums and raise money for a great cause than with a Caribbean Carnival? […]

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John McCarthy ends term as PATH chair, Betsy Dietel named to board

The PATH Foundation has named Ray Knott, senior vice president and market executive for Union Bank & Trust, as its new chair of the board of directors. He succeeds former Rappahannock County Administrator John McCarthy, who after three years at the helm of the foundation will continue to serve on PATH’s Board of Directors. […]

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3rd Annual CAYA 5K set for Sept. 22 in Rixeyville

When Moira Satre lost her 31-year-old son, Bobby, to a heroin overdose in April 2015, she decided to be part of the fight against substance abuse. Since then a new coalition called CAYA, Come As You Are, has been working within the community to provide support and treatment options to those struggling with addiction. […]

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Scrabble School museum among grant recipients

The Scrabble School Preservation Foundation received $10,000 for “Scrabble: A Rosenwald School as a Microcosm” project, which supplements staff and operating expenses needed to preserve the African-American school’s history and to share its legacy through public outreach and educational programs. […]

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Rapp Nature Camp receives PATH grant

The PATH Foundation recently awarded six Make it Happen! grants for projects to benefit the communities of Rappahannock, Culpeper and Fauquier counties. The total granted for the new programs was $44,047, leaving the Make it Happen! program with approximately $115,000 in available funds for the Foundation’s fiscal year. […]

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Give Local Piedmont 2018 a huge success

Give Local Piedmont 2018, the Rappahannock region’s one day annual online giving event hosted for the fifth year this past Tuesday by the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, raised an impressive $864,710 for 160 local nonprofits— 5,478 donations in all. […]

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Give Local Piedmont 2018

This is the fifth year that the Piedmont region joined this national 24-hour online day of giving. The previous four events have raised more than $2.7 million dollars, benefiting more than 150 nonprofits. […]