2014 Grantees Announced

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.

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The Potomac Health Foundation is an independent, private foundation organized exclusively for charitable purposes. The Foundation seeks to improve health and wellness for the people residing in the Foundation’s service area.