Lackey Free Clinic provides medical, dental and mental health care, as well as prescriptions to uninsured individuals living at or below 200% of the federal poverty level, and living in Williamsburg, James City and York Counties, Poquoson and Newport News.
The DeGood Foundation is a nonprofit organization established with a passion and desire to help children Dream More, Learn More, Care More, and Be More through programs for change in youth health, education, and literacy.
The Guinea Heritage Association, established in 1995, celebrates the people and traditions of a unique area of Gloucester County VA, renowned for the men and women who work on the water. The GHA’s focus is charitable and educational, including the preservation of the history and culture of the community of Guinea.
Community of Faith Mission is the Greater Williamsburg area’s only emergency winter shelter program serving homeless men, women, and families. A collaboration of more than 20 faith partners and a dozen community partners, COFM serves as a bridge between living unsheltered and finding permanent housing.
The mission of Joshua’s Place is to house homeless veterans whether it be permanent housing or transitional and provide them with the skills needed to regain their independence as well as help them get entitlements they deserve as veterans.
Grove Christian Outreach Center maintains an Outreach Center in the Grove area of James City County in order to minister to they physical and spiritual needs of the poor and disadvantaged in the community. They provide food, clothing, financial assistance, school supplies, holiday food baskets, Christmas baskets, shoebox gifts for kids, and a blessing room for families.
The Grove Community Garden exists in a food desert to provide opportunities for those in the community to grow their choice of nutritious vegetables, to educate the adults and children in the community about gardening and health and for the purpose of community building.
The Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation‘s mission is to further the mission of the Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis by financially supporting and promoting their charitable works as well as works related to the healthcare, education and human service needs of the Virginia Peninsula.
Community Brain Injury Services provides services to survivors of traumatic brain injury. The Denbigh House provides long-term community based support to survivors of brain injury residing on the VA Peninsula. Our program helps survivors of brain injury regain independence, return to work, and more fully reintegrate with their community. The program is a part of Virginia’s state defined safety net for survivors of brain injury.
Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia (CCEVA)provides comprehensive, compassionate services, collaborates with community partners and advocates for those in need in order to empower and enrich lives. CCEVA primarily serves the poor and the working poor (88% of those we serve live at or below 200% of the poverty level). We serve all people in need.
OneChurch is a community of caring Christian ministries working together to make loving & effective connections with our neighbors. We are trainers, facilitators and coaches in the Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) model of Community Development.
The mission of the So-Etiquette Society is to provide youth with the social skills and related soft skills necessary to command an audience, lead a corporation, innovate and inspire others and themselves to greatness.
The mission of Literacy Volunteers of Gloucester, Inc. (LVG) is to equip adults in Gloucester and the greater Middle Peninsula with the educational skills to improve their quality of life. Our vision is to improve Adult Literacy in our community until our services are no longer needed.
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.
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.
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.