Girl Scouts bring their dreams to life and work together to build a better world, whether they want to climb to the top of a tree or the top of their class. Backed by trusted adult volunteers, mentors, and millions of alums, Girl Scouts lead the way as they find their voices and make changes that affect the issues most important to them.
When you volunteer with Girl Scouts, you help girls unlock their limitless potential and make a lasting difference in the world. You don’t have to have a kid of your own to get involved, you simply have to care. Contact us to start your journey.
Virtual Science Teachers supports science teachers and student learning by freely proving engaging and effective online interactives that address national science standards to all students regardless of income, race, gender, or zip code.
The mission of the Greater Hampton Roads Diaper Bank is to build healthier lives free of diaper rash and infections caused by delayed changing of diapers due to diaper need. We operate like a food bank by collecting disposable diapers and raising money to buy diapers for distribution free-of-charge to struggling families.
Just Free International exists to seek justice and freedom for those who have been afflicted and abused by human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation through legal advocacy, education, and policy reform.
Edmarc provides family-centered care of children with catastrophic illness, including nursing, psychosocial support in a child’s own home, parent and sibling support, volunteers, and bereavement care to the family.
The mission of All District Reads is to light family literacy fires in all the elementary student’s homes.
Communities In Schools surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Survivor Ventures works to provide any resource or support necessary for survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation to obtain economic empowerment.
The Retail Alliance is a nonprofit trade association serving the interests of local retailers in Hampton Roads since 1903. We promote and support the healthy growth of retail businesses and trade through education, advocacy, products and services, including our local program, LOVEVA.
Eggleston’s mission is to provide education, training and employment for adults with disabilities.
Girls on the Run inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
RPEO, Real People Educating Others, is committed to initiating a collective youth development network that takes social responsibility to motivate and educate young adults in socioeconomically challenged, misdirected, and underserved environments.
Our objective is to improve life of others by meeting the needs and providing a safe and healthy environment so they can thrive. We serve by reducing homelessness, providing quality, safe, affordable & efficient living.
Strength in optimism. Hope in Progress. Every day, we provide the support, education, and research to help everyone impacted by Parkinson’s disease live life to the fullest.
Hampton Roads Urban Agriculture is committed to reducing food insecurity within the Hampton Roads area, through urban farming, programming, and by creating a sustainable food system.
Transitions is a 501c3 organization providing comprehensive family violence prevention services in Hampton, Poquoson, York County, and Newport News. Our mission is to build safe and healthy families on the Virginia Peninsula.
Hampton Roads Community Action Program is a 501c3 Community Action Agency that has served the low-income residents of Newport News and Hampton, Virginia for over 50 years. The agency operates over 20 programs designed to fulfill our mission “to plan, develop, implement and evaluate programs that foster self-sufficiency through educational, social and economic development.”
Providing miles of smiles by helping to alleviate poverty, hunger and insufficiencies through hope, love and giving of human resources, providing human services and empowerment workshops in life skills to revitalize and build strong families making a socioeconomic impact in our community. We provide free clothing, non-perishable food, personal hygiene and school supplies to those in need.
Instead of “fixing” teenagers, Alternatives builds on their strengths. For over three decades, we have gained enormous expertise working with young people and building partnerships with schools, neighborhoods, and city government, as well as garnering national attention.
ECHO Orphancare Partners serves vulnerable children and families by connecting caring communities through strategic partnerships with local child welfare, local churches, and the community.
The C. Waldo Scott Center for H.O.P.E. provides multi-discipline programs and services to community youth and adults addressing education, life skills, health, and employment.