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- Good News From Grantees: Update on Downtown Greens Expansion Project
- The Community Foundations Makes First $25,000 Anniversary Grant to Support Historic Church Cemetery Restoration in King George
- The Community Foundation Makes $25,000 Anniversary Grant to Northern Virginia Conservation Trust’s Stafford County Conservation Expansion
- Nonprofits, join us for the February 22nd grant writing session of our Nonprofit Leadership Workshop Series!
A New Fund. A Clear Statement.
The Community Foundation is committed to expanding our ability to make a difference by learning, listening and taking action together with other people from every part of our community.
Your Specialist in Charitable Giving
We love working with attorneys, accountants, planners and advisors to find win/win opportunities for their clients and our community.
When It's Time to Sell, Plan Ahead for Community Impact and Tax Advantages
Generous business owners are thoughtful planners. When it’s time to sell a business, planning ahead can yield significant personal advantages along with meaningful benefits for our community.
Remembering Doris Buffett, Fredericksburg Region Philanthropist
news The Community Foundation remembers an exemplar of generosity, Doris Buffett. The older sister of billionaire investor Warren Buffett, Doris passed away August 4,…
3 Reasons to Talk to Your Family About Giving
We’re happy to help you share the power of giving through The Community Foundation with the people you care about most. Contact us today!
2020/2021 Board Members and Officers
Local leaders volunteer their time, represent our community, and govern the foundation’s charitable impact in our region.
Phase I Grant Results
Thanks to generous donors who gave to the Community Relief Fund, The Community Foundation has already distributed $448,375 in immediate relief grants as part of our Phase I response to the coronavirus crisis.
Statement for Racial Justice
We will work alongside our neighbors to enact sustainable change to advance racial equity.
Do you believe in what we do?
We believe in the power of generosity and we believe in our community.
“Silver Lining” Scholarships in Tumultuous 2020 Senior Year
he Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region awarded $150,236 in scholarships to 51 area students this month.
Smart Giving: Use an IRA required minimum distribution to support causes you believe in.
Donors minimize taxable income and support causes they are passionate about when they direct an IRA distribution to a fund at The Community Foundation.
The Lake Caledon Fund
The campaign continues to make Lake Caledon a Virginia State Park Asset