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    Youth in Philanthropy

    Youth in Philanthropy, also known as YIP, teaches youth the importance of giving and serving; encourages youth involvement in philanthropy; and provides ways for local young people to take action on issues that are important to them. 

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    Women and Girls Fund

    The Women and Girls Fund is both a component fund of The Community Foundation and a local movement to involve women in philanthropy. 

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    The Virginia Heritage Fund

    The Virginia Heritage Fund supports the collection and preservation of the documentary history of our region and efforts to make that history broadly accessible.

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    The O’Neill Fund for the Stewardship of Historic Resources

    ​This fund champions and protects the places that tell the stories of our community’s past.

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    Scholarship Winners

    The foundation awarded $152,860 in scholarships to area high school graduates in 2016!  Congratulations to each deserving scholarship winner! Thank you to each donor who made it possible!

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New & Featured Funds

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This fund supports Mental Health America of Fredericksburg Suicide Prevention Education Programs…

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This fund supports the betterment of Holy Cross Academy’s students and faculty.…

News & Events

Community Foundation Scholarships Launch Promising Academic Career

He told them to “get involved” and “not to be afraid of being too ambitious.”

Homeless Youth Program receives $10,000 from The Community Foundation’s Youth in Philanthropy

"Before YIP, I was never exposed to some of the organizations that need help right under my nose."