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Community Grants and Gifts
Organizations and schools in our community make miracles happen for thousands of people in our area every day: a child who struggles to read words on a printed page, a teenager who just learned she is pregnant, a person who relies on hospice care, and many others.
Agencies would probably find ways to continue serving local people in need without support from Augusta Health, but it would divert their resources away from critical services. Funds from Augusta Health allow dedicated professionals and volunteers to concentrate on doing their jobs instead of fundraising. Our mission is to support their missions. By awarding more than $1 million in gifts and grants, Augusta Health has touched more than 90 schools and organizations since 2002.
Gift awards are used to support small projects of less than $2,500. Grant awards are for projects of larger magnitude and require an application process.
Single Year Grants
Augusta Health is committed to promoting the health and well-being of the residents in the greater Augusta County area. Single Year Grants are one way that Augusta Health chooses to support local non-profit organizations in their quest for improving the quality of life for our citizens. Single Year Grant applications will be available on this website by February 1 of each year. The application will provide specific criteria for the annual award and the deadline for submission of Single Year Grant proposals is April 15 of each year.
- Single Year Grant Application Information
- Grant Performance Report Form - Single year grant quarterly reporting form for your use in reporting your planned program/project.
Single Year Grant Recipients for 2012
|Bessie Weller Elementary School||Peaceful Playground Project|
|Ridge Area Food Bank||Back Pack Program|
|CASA for Children of SAW||Court Advocacy|
|Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery||Circles of Support case management services|
|Family Resource and Referral Center||In-Home Visitation|
|Hospice of the Shenandoah||Camp Dragonfly support|
|Rebuilding Together||Home repair and modification projects|
|Rockbridge Area Transportation||Round-trips from Rockbridge County to Augusta Health|
|St. Peter's Lutheran Church||Katie's Snacks Project|
|Salvation Army-Staunton||Medications, supplies and infant support|
|Salvation Army-Waynesboro||Social Services Program|
|Valley Hope Counseling Center||Low-fee counseling services|
|Valley Mission||ASK life skills program|
|Valley Program for Aging Services||Meals on Wheels|
Augusta Health acknowledges that many initiatives require sustained funding and offers a Multiyear Grant to a non-profit organization that is able to demonstrate success in programming, collaboration with other agencies and measurable impact to the population served. Each year Augusta Health determines the scope of the multiyear grant. Information and application criteria will be available on this website by May 15 of each year, with an abstract submission deadline of September 15.
Multiyear Grant Recipients for 2012, 2013, and 2014
|Augusta Health Hospice of the Shenandoah
(Year 1 of a 3 year grant)
|Augusta Regional Dental Clinic
(Year 2 of a 3 year grant)
|Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives|
|Augusta Regional Free Clinic
(Final year of a 3 year grant)
|Diabetes Chronic Care Clinic|
|Valley Community Services Board
(Year 2 of a 3 year grant)