People Helping People of Fauquier County

 

Give BIGGER on Tuesday, May 1st!

Hosted by Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, Give Local Piedmont is the region’s one-day, online giving event. This important campaign inspires community members to give generously to the nonprofit organizations that are making our region stronger. Every dollar donated from midnight to midnight on May 1st will be increased with additional “bonus” dollars generously provided by PATH Foundation. In addition, People Helping People may qualify for Prizes, further increasing our funding from the day.

Prizes periods are:

6am – 7 am           Rise and Shine Power Hour
noon – 1pm           Lunch Special Power Hour
7 pm – 8 pm          TV Dinner Power Hour
11 pm – midnight   Night Owl Power Hour

Overall prizes for most donations received during the above times:

1st place —  $ 2,500
2nd place — $ 1,500
3rd place —  $ 1,000

Every dollar counts!  Please click the graphic above and give to People Helping People or visit:  https://www.givelocalpiedmont.org/PHP

 

Who are we?

People Helping People provides emergency financial assistance to families and individuals in Fauquier County, Virginia.

PHP has been providing this important service to the community for over 25 years.

In 2017, we received over $59,000 in support from grants, area churches, and individuals! This support allowed People Helping People to provide assistance to 269 families consisting of 349 individuals (19 adults over 65) and 252 children.   The average assistance per family was $197.

Thanks to everyone for your generous support in 2017!

Need Assistance?

If you are in need of assistance from Fauquier People Helping People please call our office at (540) 349-9017 to schedule an appointment.   All assistance requires an in-person appointment.  Office Hours are Monday-Thursday from 9:00am – 12:00pm

How to Donate

PHP receives funds from local churches, private citizens, local businesses, and grants from organizations including Northern Piedmont Community Foundation,  Rappahannock Electric Cooporative, and the Springman Family Foundation.