Dream Catchers at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center improves the quality of life for individuals with physical, emotional, and developmental needs by providing evidence-based therapeutic riding, equine-assisted activities, and advancing effective practices through professional education and research.
Colonial CASA’s mission is to promote the best interests of the abused and neglected children we serve by advocating for safe, timely, and permanent homes.
The mission of One Child Center for Autism is to provide children and families affected by Autism. One Child provides social skills groups, speech-language pathology, and therapy and respite nights.
Colonial Behavioral Health provides opportunities for recovery to individuals and their family members in the areas of mental illness, substance use disorder, and intellectual disabilities. Colonial Behavioral Health serves the citizens of james City County, the City of Poquoson, the City of Williamsburg, and York County.
HeartSafe is a community health initiative working to improve survival of out of hospital cardiac arrest by strengthening the chain of survival in our community. This is done through hands-only CPR and AED training, increased access to AEDs, and integration of the Pulse-Point mobile application throughout the community.
Institute for Dance (iDance) is a non-profit dance studio providing classes in multiple dance styles to youth age 3 – 18. We also offer classes for adults. We are a technique-based school with the goal of providing the highest quality dance training and performances in the area.
Avalon Center works to end domestic and sexual violence by breaking the cycle of abuse through prevention, education, shelter and support services in the greater Williamsburg and Middle Peninsula areas of Virginia.
The mission of Heart for Orphans is global orphan care. They primarily minister to teen orphans who are aging out of orphanages in Ukraine, by providing them with a home and a family during their transition to adult life.
NAMI Williamsburg is a support, education & advocacy organization for and by individuals with serious mental illnesses, their families and friends.
The Virginia Turfgrass Foundation was established to collect and distribute funds for the innovative and essential research of turfgrass and promote it’s many benefits for health, environment and more.
Hope Family Village is a community-centric collaborative offering acceptance, housing, and sustainable support for caregivers and their loved ones suffering with mental illness.
Here for the Girls is a not-for-profit health organization improving the lives of young women affected by breast cancer through Beyond Boobs! our in-person support systems, and Pink Link, our online support community. These offer two ways to connect young survivors who help one another through diagnosis, treatment, and beyond. Our network of sisters ensures that no young woman has to make this journey without the help of peers who understand.
3E Restoration’s mission is to encourage, equip and empower faith communities to help transition neighbors living through homelessness from social displacement to holistic sufficiency. Together, we can change the narrative on homelessness.
Williamsburg Faith in Action provides assistance with everyday tasks of life to seniors 60 and older living in Williamsburg, James City County, and the Bruton District of York County. Services are free of charge and include, but are not limited to: transportation, visiting, well-check calls, grocery shopping, assistance with chores, and yard work.
The mission of Bacon Street Youth & Family Services is to create healthier families and more resilient youth through evidence-based behavioral health & substance use services for adolescents, young adults, and their families. We have four offices—Williamsburg, Yorktown, Hampton, and Gloucester—and offer services tailored to the communities we serve. All of our services are offered regardless of our clients’ ability to pay.
Studio South Foundation hires, trains, and pays certified yoga instructors to bring Yoga (inclusive of meditation and mindfulness) to the community and provide classes for underserved populations at substantially reduced or no cost.
Gloucester Community Education is committed to communicate, educate and advocate for enhanced community unity; believing that “together is better” because a community involved is a community evolved. Community Education Coordinators are based in all five elementary schools and Peasley Middle School.