Keeping people warm in winter by helping with propane and heating oil costs is the 5th largest category of assistance.
Keeping people healthy is good for our community. Medical expenses are the 6th largest category of assistance.
Expenses that don't fit elsewhere make up our 7th largest category. Although they are no less important.
Keeping people connected is especially important in our rural area and is our 8th largest category of assistance.
PHONE & INTERNET
These are the categories where we most often give assistance.
Keeping people in their homes is important to us and is the largest category of assistance.
Keeping the lights on in homes is important and is the 2nd largest category of assistance.
Keeping people safe in their homes is the 3rd largest category of assistance.
Having reliable transportation is important when you live in a rural area. This is the 4th largest category of assistance.
You can pay by check or by clicking on the Donate button on the right. All contributions are tax deductible and are used to provide assistance to families and individuals with short-term emergency needs and other projects important in aiding those in need. Contributions are welcome at any time during the year.
Checks should be made payable to the Rappahannock Benevolent Fund,
P.O. Box 133
Washington, VA 22747
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