Stories of Impact
Changing our community one story at a time.
We’d like you to meet Caleb. He’s a senior at Stafford High School and has been accepted to Albright College where he’ll receive a presidential scholarship of $25,000 a year…
When the dismissal bell rings at Mountain View High School, most students are ready to head home to relax or get something to eat after a long day of classes…
I give to Rappahannock United Way because I have a 3 year old daughter with cerebral palsy and there are many United Way services we benefit from.
I usually use my refund to keep my car going. Sometimes car repairs are a lot more than what you make on a check.
I truly love giving to Rappahannock United Way because of the great things they do for the people in our community.
There are so many people in our community struggling to get by. Helping them avoid tax preparation fees and getting the biggest refund can have a major impact in their lives.
“Volunteering at Rappahannock United Way is important to me because I want our whole community to thrive!”