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.
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 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.
Human Trafficking Justice & Freedom 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.
The Girl Scouts is a leadership development program for girls. It provides girls with a place to develop a positive sense of self, connect with others, and be empowered to take action.
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.
The mission of Enduring Keys, Inc. is to nurture the social, emotional, physical, and academic development of at-risk youth through experiences gleaned from mentoring, skill attainment, and leadership development.
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.”
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.
Ministry of Truths is a non-profit organization which seeks to promote and help initiate positive changes that yields and enhances productive citizens, while collaborating and mobilizing families, individuals and communities globally.
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.
Youth Sailing Virginia’s mission is to teach high school and middle school age youth in Hampton Roads how to sail through safe, fun and educational programs, inspiring learning, personal growth and leadership that provide pathways for their future.
The Virginia Peninsula Foodbank has been a community leader in providing food to residents across the Greater Peninsula. In the past 30 years, we have provided the equivalent of over 127 million meals to those in need.
The Carrington Institute for Teaching and Learning is a full-service student support agency, providing testing, tutoring, mentoring, and academic coaching to teachers, students, and parents/caretakers. We specialize in navigating learning differences and disabilities to prepare students of all ages and ability levels for college and beyond.
The mission of Families Overcoming Obstacles Together (F.O.O.T.) is to serve families and communities with quality services that promote wellness, aid recovery, and enhance mental health using a holistic approach.
Offered through Hampton Baptist Church, the mission of SAME (So All May Eat) is to create an interfaith community by addressing nutritional and physical needs with our neighbors who are homeless or living in poverty so we might together experience the fullness of God’s love and grace.
The mission of The Ezer Initiative is to bridge the gap between resources and those in need through our various housing programs, emergency services, and annual outreach events in partnership with organizations throughout Hampton Roads.
HELP’s mission is to provide dignifying, empowering, and faith-based safety-net shelter, healthcare, and support to our community’s most vulnerable people. We accomplish this through thermal shelter programs, the HELP Charitable Medical & Dental Clinics, Day Support Center, and other support programs.
Our mission is to nurture young children by providing affordable, quality preschool programs that develop the “whole child” and foster school readiness.