Community Conversations virtual event June 24
The PATH Foundation invites you to join a virtual conversation via Zoom with Dr. Clarence Jones and Wes Moore to discuss how our community can be stronger when we acknowledge and understand implicit bias and racism. Our personal experiences shape the way we view these issues, and participating in these types of conversations are a healthy way to gain perspective. Dr. Jones and Mr. Moore will be joined by moderator Gene Gibbons to discuss how we can work together to make our community stronger by taking the time to talk through challenging issues facing us on a local, state and national level.
To learn more and register for this Wednesday's virtual event, visit
Engaging Youth Voices webinars in June rescheduled
Due to the addition of Juneteeth as a state holiday, this collaboration series was extended. Please see new dates below.
This collaboration between Virginia Cooperative Extension and NC State Extension is open to youth development professionals,and volunteers. All sessions start at Noon.
Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District survey extended to June 30
The Community Health Needs Collaborative and Community Health Solutions are conducting a
short, anonymous health needs survey
to learn what is important to people in Culpeper, Fauquier, Orange, Madison and Rappahannock Counties. The results will be used to inform ongoing efforts to make the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District a healthier community. We also ask a few questions about you so we can understand more about who participated in this survey.
Hispanics In Philanthropy opens HIP Essential Fund
Supporting Latino-led and Latino-serving organizations with close ties to the community, this fund will support their efforts to provide much-needed COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts, including resourcing communities with cash, food, and rental assistance, PPE and cleaning/disinfectant supply kits, child care, critical information and other resources needed to help our country flatten the curve, as well as provide workers with the tools and leadership needed to continue providing essential services for our country. Please check their
Girls on the Run activity kit available
Designed for girls 8-11 years old, this family friendly kit has videos, lessons, activity pages, and a physical activity guide.
To purchase a kit or to request a sponsored kit, visit
CARES Act Renter Assistance still available
People Inc. is still offering CARES Act rental assistance to residents in Culpeper, Fauquier, and Rappahannock counties. Please see
for more information.
Cell tower map now available
Fauquier residents can now search through this new
to see what cell towers are in range of their address.
Results will include information about towers within your search parameters and will be listed with the closest tower first in the list.
Senior Cool Care program now open
Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services has partnered with Dominion Energy and the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to provide single-room air conditioners or fans to seniors that need additional help cooling their homes. Please see attached
for more information.