It is my pleasure to introduce the PATH Foundation’s 2022 Community Report.
This past year, PATH connected and reconnected with many nonprofits and organizations from Fauquier, Culpeper, and Rappahannock counties with the goal of strengthening and uplifting our communities.
Alongside 476 nonprofit affiliate partners, PATH extended resources and support to nonprofits in our three-county footprint with 174 individual grants that totaled just over $12.8 MILLION. Some of these grants are highlighted here. The size of this investment into our communities is possible thanks to the nonprofit partners that help PATH extend its reach and connect to those who are in most need of support.
We offer a special “thank you” to MacKenzie Scott for her generous contribution of $15M to the PATH Foundation. We were incredibly surprised and honored that she was aware of the work we’ve done in the community, and thrilled to have this validation of efforts we’ve made since our inception. Ms. Scott’s grant will be used to continue our investment in the community, guided by our mission and strategic plan.
We share our annual community report to shine a light on the dedication and innovation of these associated nonprofits, and to thank them for continually enriching the lives of those in our communities. Together, we collaborate to make this a great place to live, work, play and grow—for everyone.
Thank you to all our nonprofit partners for your continued efforts and support of PATH’s mission. Thank you for reading, and we hope you’ll join us in looking forward to all we can accomplish together.
Christy M. Connolly
PATH Foundation President and CEO