PATH Foundation supports recreation center under development by Culpeper Wellness Foundation with generous gift
In a sign of substantial support for the recreation center currently under development by the Culpeper Wellness Foundation, the PATH Foundation has committed $500,000 in project funding. In recognition of this gift, the center will be known as PATH Recreation Center.
After a year’s hiatus, the Free Clinic of Culpeper is pleased to again hold its Oyster Fest fundraiser. This evening event on October 2, 2021 helps support clinic services that provide lifesaving medical care and prescriptions to community members in need who do not have health insurance.
In August 2021 the Culpeper Wellness Foundation awarded $154,000 to four area organizations in support of health and wellness initiatives. The recipient organizations are Culpeper Baptist Church, Madison County Emergency Medical Services, Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services and the Town of Culpeper.
COVID-19 vaccine and testing information from our local health district and other Virginia resources.
Information about our Rock Steady Boxing program for individuals living with Parkinson’s disease is in the Fall 2021 issue of the Culpeper Quarterly.
The Culpeper Wellness Foundation awarded $117,838 in Healthy Living Grants to 14 organizations proposing health and wellness projects within the Foundation’s mission area of Culpeper, Orange and Madison counties.
Support community water safety – get trained to be a lifeguard!
The project, a multimillion-dollar investment, will focus on creating healthy fitness and recreation opportunities for children and families.
Hosted by Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, Give Local Piedmont (GLP) is an online giving opportunity to support the Culpeper Free Clinic and other nonprofit organizations that are making our region stronger. Early giving online begins on April 20, 2021. On May...
The annual County Health Rankings report includes rankings for the Foundation’s service area of Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties. This article includes comments from Foundation president Shari Landry on ongoing collaborative efforts to address local public health challenges.