Bedford Christian Ministries:  $4,000 for dental and prescription assistance to the most vulnerable in our community. 

Bedford County Public Schools: $2,198 for exercise bikes in the new library. 

Bedford County School of Practical Nursing: $1,638 to fund continuing education for two instructors and a student learning extension. 

Bedford County Sheriff’s Office: $4,100 for purchase of 4 PLI-3000 receivers to locate clients with Dementia or autistic disorders. 

Central VA Alliance for Community Living: $15,000 to match funds for the purchase of a wheelchair accessible van and for operating expenses.

Bedford YMCA: $5,000 towards the expansion of their ropes course.

Brook Hill Farm: $5,000 towards scholarships for at-risk youth to participate in the program.

Children’s Trust: $5,000 towards the expansion of children’s forensic interview services to Bedford.

Feed the Need: $2,000 to support the backpack program that provides meals for families over weekends. 

Free Clinic of Central Virginia: $5,000 to fund personnel costs for a Patient Access Coordinator as the program expands to Bedford.  

Friends of Bedford Hospice House: $5,800 to establish a scholarship that assists patients residing in the house. The grant is awarded directly from the Hardy Family Hospice Fund. 

Girls on the Run of Central VA: $5,000 to fund continuation of the program in Bedford schools for one year. 

Lynchburg Daily Bread: $9,000 to continue bringing weekly meals to low income residents. 

The Agape Center: $3,500 to fund prescription and dental assistance, counseling fees, and transportation to doctor visits. 

The Doorways: $5,000 to provide lodging for families who must travel to
Richmond for specialty medical treatment. 

Virginia Cooperative Extension: $850 to provide nutrition education and food prep skills to Home Health Aides. 

Bedford County Library: $7,000 to purchase health related materials.