Tag Archive: Prince George County

John Randolph Foundation SUSTAINS …

  With branches in Hopewell, Burrowsville, Carson, Dinwiddie, Disputanta, McKenney and Prince George, the Appomattox Regional Library System (ARLS) provides services and programs for residents of all ages through traditional library resources and emerging technology. The JRF Mission fund has supported ARLS since 1996 with grants exceeding $202 million and have assisted the library with… View Article

John Randolph Foundation SUSTAINS …

  Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) Hopewell-Prince George at the Crossings has provided more than 11,000 visits for medical, dental, and behavioral health care to underinsured, non-insured, and insured area residents since 2004. It is one of Central Virginia Health Services’ 18 locations throughout the region. Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. (CVHS) is a community-based,… View Article

John Randolph Foundation SUPPORTS …

Hopewell/Prince George Healthy Families Hopewell/Prince George Families has been helping families since 1991. The organization works to ensure that children are born healthy, reach school age ready to learn, and grow up to be healthy, contributing members of their communities. Assessment and referral services are offered to all Hopewell and Prince George families. Intensive home-based… View Article

2019 Trudy Bogese Campership Awards

This year the Trudy Bogese Campership program awarded 19 students from Hopewell and Prince George with a campership – a summer camp scholarship!  Our recipients are listed below by school.  This year marked a big change for the program which welcomed applications from Hopewell youth in addition to youth from Prince George County. The camperships are… View Article

Boys to Men: Young men find support in mentoring program

Aho I learned a new word this week: ‘Aho’. Aho is an ancient Lakota word that, roughly translated means, “I hear you”. You might compare it to the familiar ‘amen’ often uttered in a church service. However, its meaning is particularly significant among the youth in the Boys to Men mentoring program in Prince George… View Article

2018 Trudy Bogese Campership Awards

In 2018, John Randolph Foundation awarded 14 students in Prince George County with a Trudy Bogese Campership, a summer camp scholarship program created by B.J. and Chuck Patton to honor B.J.’s mother, the late Trudy Bogese. 2018 Trudy Bogese Campership Award Recipients Kyla Nase, JMU Field Hockey Overnight Camp Nylan Taylor, iD Tech Camp, Game Design and Development… View Article