Empowerment Fund in honor of Phoebe Kilby (2005) -
Established by the Response board to honor retiring board chairman,
Phoebe Kilby for her years of service. Grants from this fund are used
tohelp domestic abuse victims get the training they need to support
themselves and their families without being dependent on their abuser.
Forum Fund (2006) - Established by the Shenandoah Forum
Board to create a source of income to fulfill its mission of ensuring
the county remains essentially rural, preserves a healthy environment,
promotes a sustainable economy, and provides a high quality of life for
the people who live here.
Parker Fort Valley Community Center Fund (2006) -
Established by a bequest from Fort Valley resident Herbert Parker to
benefit the service of this organization to its community.
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Parker Fort Valley Museum Fund
(2006) - Established by a bequest from Fort Valley resident
Herbert Parker to support the Museum’s work of preserving and
celebrating the history of Fort Valley.
Parker Shenandoah County Library Archives Fund
(2006) - Established by a bequest from library foundation member
Herbert Parker to support the county library’s preservation and display
of archival and historical documents and properties.
County Historical Society Fund
(2007) - Established by the SCHS board to create a source of income to
support its mission of preserving and celebrating the history and
historical buildings and artifacts of Shenandoah County.
Music Boosters Funds
(2007) - Established by Drs. Thomas and Elisabeth Cardwell and other
parents of Central High School Music students to provide a source of
future support for the Central High School music program.
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County Free Clinic - Dr. Charles H. Miller Memorial Fund
(2008) - Established by community donations in memory of Dr. Charles H.
Miller to support the Free Clinic’s procurement of professional
services to serve qualified Shenandoah County patients.
Alliance for Shelter Fund
(2008) - Established by the SAS Board to provide a permanent source of
support for its mission of advocating for homeless residents of the
Families-Shenandoah County Fund
(2008) - Established by the Healthy Families board to fulfill
mission of serving at-risk pre-schoolers and their families in
& Mattie Pence Cemetery Fund
(2009) - Established by Donald M. Pence in memory of his parents to
create support after his lifetime for the care and maintenance of the
Union Forge Cemetery in Edinburg, VA.
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at Shenandoah Valley Fund
(2009) - Established by Homewood’s board to create a source
support for its mission to provide compassionate, professional and
caring service and enhance the quality of life for residents, clients
Orndorff Memorial Fund
(2009) (Dept. of Social Services) - Established by the
County Department of Social Services in memory of Maude Orndorff to
recognize her generous gift for the support of the less fortunate in
Grove Memorial Fund
(2010) - Established by a bequest from Curtis Groves in appreciation
for the care his wife received at Dutch Haven Assisted Living and to
support four named charities: the American Cancer Society, the Southern
Poverty Law Center, the Children’s Defense Fund,and the Sierra Club.
Society of Shenandoah County Fund
(2010) - established by Humane Society's board to fulfill its mission
of promoting the health, safety, welfare, compassionate care, and
protection of animals in Shenandoah County through education and
(2010) - Established by William H. and Marian F. Logan, Jr. to support
the Woodstock United Methodist Church (WUMC) Children’s Initiative
Program’s mission to support youth needs and leadership initiatives in
Shenandoah County and surrounding areas.
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Musical Heritage Fund
(2010) - Established by members of the Shannon family to provide grants
to the Bowman-Shannon Cultural Arts Center in Mt. Jackson, VA, to
support the preservation, education, and performance of regional music
traditions of the Shenandoah Valley, especially the cultural roots of
string music in the Appalachians.
Coalfields Poverty Fund (2011) - Established by Mrs.
Billie M. Racey to help alleviate poverty in the southern coalfield
areas of West Virginia.