The Town of Montross has its first-ever park thanks to the efforts of the community and a Get Outdoors grant from VOF.
The Virginia Outdoors Foundation (VOF) is making $1.7 million available from its Preservation Trust Fund program and $175,000 from its Get Outdoors Fund for grants that protect open space for …
The Weller Woods Learning Trail will provide the students of its namesake elementary school with opportunities to let nature be their teacher.
With help from volunteers and VOF’s Get Outdoors fund, Essex County’s Rotary Poorhouse Park is set for its long-delayed grand opening.
The Town of Brodnax is getting more local families out to the park with new playground equipment, funded by VOF’s Get Outdoors Fund.
VOF is seeking proposals for projects that will create safe access to open space and provide other public benefits.
Projects include parks, trails, and programs that increase safe access to open space in 21 localities.
With funding from VOF’s Get Outdoors Fund in 2022, Camp Under the Stars, Inc., provided kids from the D.C. area with summer-camp experiences while building an inclusive and supportive camp community.
With help from the Virginia Outdoors Foundation’s Get Outdoors Fund, former students and descendants continue their work toward the preservation of the Pine Grove School and its grounds, where generations of Black children received a quality education during the Jim Crow era.
Educator Carley Pavan-Ballard’s efforts to get her classes outside and learning after the COVID-19 pandemic turned into a school- and county-wide project that is providing a resource for the entire community.