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Grant Recipients

Grants for Organizational Capacity Building

The Doorways

Support for Operations: $11,500

United Way of the Virginia Peninsula

Greater Williamsburg Trauma Informed Community Network (GW-TICN): $15,000

Grants for Healthy Eating Active Living

The Arc of Greater Williamsburg

Fitness Program: $35,000

Virginia Legacy Soccer Club

 W-JCC Recreational Soccer Program: $80,000

Virginia Peninsula Foodbank

Mobile Food Pantry: $50,000

Williamsburg House of Mercy, Inc.

Mobile Food Pantry: $3,000

Grants for Healthy Aging

James City County

Greater Williamsburg Guardianship Navigator: $55,000

Peninsula Agency on Aging

Nutritious Noontime Meals: $72,000

Peninsula Agency on Aging

PAA RIDES $120,000

Williamsburg Area Faith in Action

In-Home Support Services: $22,500

Grants for Behavioral Health Services

Bacon Street Youth and Family Services

Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Counseling: $65,000

Center for Child and Family Services, Inc.

The Reboot Program: $133,000

Postpartum Support Virginia, Inc.

Healthy Moms, Healthy Babies: $20,000

Past Grant Recipients

Interested in our past grant awards? The following PDF Documents contain our Awardees from the last three years.

Foundation-Directed Program Profiles

Child Health Initiative

With funding and leadership from the Williamsburg Health Foundation, James City County, City of Williamsburg, Child Development Resources, and Williamsburg-James City County Public School Division have formed Care Teams and partnered to create an integrated and multi-disciplinary, two-generation, home-based service delivery approach that works in partnership with families to improve well-being. Eligible families are residents who indicate readiness to improve their health and well-being and who have multiple risk factors that require the services of several agencies. Each locality-based team works with approximately 30 families to assess their health and well-being, identify their needs, prioritize their goals, and develop service plans to achieve better health outcomes for their children. The program entails frequent contact with families, coordinated home visits, regular team meetings, and careful progress monitoring.  This program uses a multi-generational approach to achieving better health outcomes.

The Chronic Care Collaborative

The Chronic Care Collaborative (CCC) was founded by WHF in 2007 with the mission of strengthening the care of chronic disease among the uninsured and under-insured in Greater Williamsburg. CCC members include Colonial Behavioral Health, Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic, Lackey Clinic, Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center, and RxPartnership. Representatives from both Sentara and Riverside’s Williamsburg-based hospitals also participate in meetings along with the Peninsula Health District of the Virginia Department of Health.  With monthly meetings and shared quality metrics, the CCC has become a model of continuous quality improvement and patient-centered care.

School Health Initiative Program (SHIP)

SHIP is a partnership between the Williamsburg-James City County Public School Division, the Williamsburg Health Foundation, and a multitude of community partners committed to working together to create a healthier community. SHIP’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of WJCC students and staff by supporting and promoting healthy eating and active lifestyle habits in the schools, homes and the community.

SHIP’s vision of success is when:

  • there is a strong and sustainable culture of health and wellness for students and staff in every school
  • parents and community organizations are sustaining support for the mission and goals of SHIP
  • students and staff are achieving targets for health, wellness, and school engagement

For more information on SHIP, visit their website or Facebook page.

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