The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation, Culpeper Wellness Foundation and the PATH Foundation partnered to fund a contact tracing program, in collaboration with nursing programs at George Mason University and Lord Fairfax Community College.
We were pleased to provide a grant to help support Aging Together’s iPads for Seniors program, designed to support connection for seniors during this challenging time of increased isolation due to the coronavirus.
In support of the Piedmont Regional Dental Clinic's identified need for expansion due to increased demand for dental health care, the Foundation contributed a grant in the amount of $40,000. Expanding operations at the clinic will include increased staff numbers to...
A new year is always a great time to establish or strengthen healthy habits. For publication in the winter 2020 Culpeper Quarterly, some of our staff contributed tips for healthy habits to consider for the new year.
The Foundation contributed a grant in 2019 to support the area’s first Oxford House, a residence for those recovering from addiction.
U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger heard plenty about health-care issues Tuesday and Monday as she barnstormed across Virginia’s 7th Congressional District to listen and talk to professionals and patients.
We’re pleased to be part of the partnership that brings children from Kid Central’s program to Culpeper Sport & Fitness for afterschool fitness fun. A Culpeper Times article written by Jeff Say describes Kid Central’s programming and its support to working parents with schoolchildren.
We’re celebrating our 5th anniversary! Enjoy the October 12, 2019 article written by Culpeper Star Exponent editor Emily Jennings about our efforts to improve health and promote wellness.
Recently we were delighted to support a new mountain biking initiative for physical education classes at Culpeper County Public Schools. The students are touring their campus on rides of up to 4 miles as they have fun getting fit.
Health literacy education is underway in Culpeper, with volunteer educators trained through a Culpeper Wellness Foundation grant to the Culpeper Literacy Council. The health literacy program, HEAL, graduated its first group of participants at the Senior Center in mid April and a second session will be held soon.