Grant Recipients

Emergency Services

  • Clarke County Fire and Rescue - Clarke County - funding to replace gas detection meters that are aged and out of date
  • Culpeper County Rescue Squad - Culpeper County - purchase manakin kits to educate the community on proper CPR techniques
  • Caroline County Fire and Rescue - Caroline County - install audio and visual components to a mobile training station, the Ambulance Simulator
  • Orange County Department of Fire and EMS - Orange County - funding to hold educational classes to teach lifesaving CPR classes
  • King William Fire and Rescue - King William County - provide resources and training to school division employees through the Stop the Bleed initiative so they can provide lifesaving operations in the event of an attack
  • Little Fork Fire and Rescue - Culpeper, Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties - provide training in the use of advanced hemostatic gauzes in the treatment of gunshot wounds


  • Caroline Family YMCA - Caroline County - offset the costs of teaching all 2nd grade students in Caroline County who to swim
  • Greater Piedmont TICN - Culpeper, Madison, and Orange Counties - provide hygiene supplies and/or protein bars to local schools for students in need
  • Friends of the Culpeper Library - Culpeper County - provide funding for teamwork based hands-on learning experiences in science, technology, engineering, art and math for 1st and 2nd graders
  • Rappahannock Area YMCA - Caroline and Spotsylvania Counties – provide assistance for summer learning loss prevention program for at risk rising 1st and 2nd graders
  • C-CAP Front Royal - Warren County - improve technology to towards a fresh foods for families initiative
  • Support Hoover Ridge - Madison County and Town of Madison - help low income families pay for costs associated with recreational programs
  • Thurman Brisben Center - Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties - provide emergency shelter for at-risk men, women and children
  • Arts ALIVE - Orange, Spotsylvania, Culpeper and Stafford Counties - bring Virginia Opera performances to children in schools


  • Cool Spring Primary School - King William County - explore science and technology through the purchase of kites and books for classrooms
  • Acquinton Elementary School - King William County - purchase programmable robots which students will use to write code, introducing students to a more complete understanding of logic and advanced thinking
  • John XXIII Montessori Children Center - Warren County - expand mathematic tools and learning materials for middle school students

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