On June 4, 2014 The Potomac Health Foundation awarded $640,581.50 to 8 new grantees.
• American Heart Association for CPR Anytime. Their goal is to train 10,500 people in hands only CPR.
• ASPIRA Association, Inc. to promote health and wellness by empowering Latino youth and community. ASPIRA will develop a community awareness campaign to promote healthy eating and exercise among Prince William County Hispanics through the use of the internet, social media, and local radio.
• Northern Virginia Family Service for Prince William HealthLink. HealthLink provides oral health education and dental care services to low-income, uninsured individuals.
• Prince William County Public Schools for coordinated mental health support for at-risk youth.
• Prince William Soccer, Inc. for The Courage F.U.N. Project. A free after school program that infuses a healthy lifestyle curriculum with soccer.
• Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center for the CHF Care Transitions. The program will focus on patient’s care transitions from acute care hospitalization to home.
• The ARC of Greater Prince William/INSIGHT, Inc. for medical case management of adults with developmental disabilities who reside or are scheduled to move into the agency’s residential services in the eastern Prince William area.
• Virginia Foundation for Community College Education. The Potomac Health Foundation Fellows Program. Provides financial assistance and a unique leadership curriculum to second-year students who have demonstrated ability and commitment to the health science profession.