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Affordable Nonprofit Trainings at RUW

Rappahannock United Way is proud to offer affordable, relevant trainings on topics important to the nonprofit agencies in our community. Topics include Financial Coach Training, Fundraising, Volunteerism, and more!

Trainings are open to any agency or individual interested in increasing their expertise. Check out our full calendar and register onlineon our Training page.

2015 Day of Action!

On September 25, over 200 Volunteers from local companies put on their brightly colored "Live United" t-shirts and tackled projects at local nonprofits and schools. Check out the map below to see where the action took place!

To learn more about how you can put your caring spirit into Action for our community, visit our Volunteer Center at http://www.RUWVolunteer.org.

Introducing the 2015 RUW Campaign Videos!

Click on an image below to see how donations to Rappahannock United Way are helping to Change the Story in YOUR community!

Click here to play Education Video Click here to play Income Video

Click here to play Health Video Click here to play Basic Needs Video

Barbara C. Terry

We were deeply saddened to learn that Barbara C. Terry passed away on Thursday morning, Sept. 3, 2015. She was president of Rappahannock United Way for 28 years and made a tremendous impact in our community and in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and everyone who loved her. To learn more about the Barbara C. Terry Emergency Assistance Fund, click here.

Rappahannock United Way is proud to announce our 2015-16 Community Impact Fund Awards!

Thirty-six programs were awarded a total of $1,001,687 to create positive change in the areas of Education, Income, and Health.

Community Impact Funds are awarded through a process known as Citizen Review.  Each year, 50+ volunteers spend more than 800 hours assessing partner agency program proposals and developing funding recommendations based on the measurable impact of each program.

FY16 Funded Programs list | FY16 Funding Press Release

Education Programs
Income Programs
Health Programs


Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

Virginia Partners Bank