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National Alliance on Mental Illness of Virginia (NAMI Virginia)
The mission of NAMI Virginia is to promote recovery and improve the quality of life of Virginians with serious mental illness through support, education, and advocacy. We envision a world where all people affected by mental illness get the help, hope, and support that they need.
Children's Dental Health Project
The Children's Dental Health Project (CDHP) creates and advances innovative policy solutions so that no child suffers from tooth decay. We are driven by the vision of all children achieving optimal oral health in order to reach their full potential. CDHP will lead the way toward a health care system that is truly inclusive of oral health, from payment to care delivery.
National Psoriasis Foundation
The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is a non-profit organization with a mission to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.
AFCEA Educational Foundation, The
The AFCEA Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational incentives, opportunities and assistance for people engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines focused on information technology, cybersecurity, telecommunications and electronics supporting the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.
Our mission is to create a pipeline to professions for at-risk young people through the event industry.
By bringing diverse people together to meet needs in the community through curated community service projects, we are creating a kinder and stronger community in which all are more likely to succeed. Our volunteers are retirees, students, and everyone in between; from all faiths and economic backgrounds and come with diverse life experiences. Bringing people together over service breaks down barriers and lead to new connections, changing the fabric of our community.
Arc of Montgomery County, Inc., The
For 60 years, The Arc Montgomery County ("The Arc") has been a leading provider of child care, residential, vocational and support services to individuals and families affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy. Through partnerships with businesses, schools, government agencies, the medical community and other nonprofits, The Arc identifies, creates and sustains inclusive communities that embrace and engage the individuals and families we support. The Arc offers inclusive full-day, after-school and summer programs for children and youth (6 weeks to 21 years), with and without disabilities and special health care needs. The Arc provides customized person-centered services for adults with disabilities living independently or in their families' homes. The Arc hosts support groups, workshops and other opportunities for siblings, self-advocates and Latino families to share experiences and create networks of natural supports. The Arc provides a continuum of supports for adults who live in agency-managed apartments, townhomes and single family homes throughout Montgomery County. The living environments emphasize personal independence and community inclusion. The Arc supports adults with individualized employment opportunities, vocational counseling, career development services and senior living activities. The Arc's respite services assist family caregivers.
Friends of Loudoun County Animal Services
The Friends of Loudoun County Animal Services is a nonprofit, independent animal welfare organization dedicated to raising funds for, and providing support to, the animals and programs of Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS).
Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance
Arts Education in Maryland Schools Alliance believes that all Maryland public school students deserve equitable access to arts education so that they can learn and achieve in and through dance, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts. Our goal is to build support for high-quality arts education by increasing student access to arts classes, arts experiences, and certified arts teachers in all art forms.
DC Murals: Spectacle and Story
Our mission is to make DC's magnificent public art more accessible and meaningful to all. Our large archive ensures the preservation of this aesthetic and cultural record for future generations. DC Murals, tells the stories of our murals through contextualized photographs and deep documentation surrounding purpose, sponsorship, execution, and meaning for the community.
Blessed Sacrament School
Blessed Sacrament and Early Childhood Center provides a Christ-centered environment where the Catholic faith is taught and Christian values are developed as a way of life. Students are nurtured in their spiritual growth by participation in liturgy and prayer. The basic curriculum includes religion, reading/literature, language arts, mathematics, algebra, science, computer education, social studies, health and safety, foreign languages, library skills, art, music and physical education. Blessed Sacrament School and Early Childhood Center offers an Extended Day program which provides the children with consistent, quality care and supervision beyond normal school hours. Other specific services provided at the school include speech evaluation and therapy through a private licensed professional and student special needs support by a resource specialist. Blessed Sacrament School currently serves 308 students from preschool through eighth grade. The school welcomes and admits students of any race, gender, color, religion, national or ethnic origin. The school is funded to the maximum extent possible through tuition income but also receives support from Blessed Sacrament Church, other charitable donations (including the United Way), and fundraising efforts from the Parent-Teacher Organization. Tuition assistance is available to families needing financial aid.
Building Families for Children Inc
Our vision is "A safe, nurturing family for ever child. A supportive, thriving community for every family." Over the years, we've helped about 20,000 children and parents regardless of their background or beliefs. We serve kids in families and communities, versus institutional settings, believing this best encourages their healthy growth and development. Whenever possible, we try to keep children with their biological parents. We offer families therapeutic services and material support, and we work with communities to create a place where families can thrive. If for whatever reason a child must move, we temporarily place them with another family ? a secure, screened and monitored one. This placement may be with a volunteer ?host family? for a matter of days or months to give their parents a chance to get back on their feet. Other volunteers provided additional support. Or, placement may be with a therapeutic foster family. Dedicated foster parents help children with behavioral and/or emotional needs while working with mental health professionals. We also offer support to young adults who are aging out of foster care. A team of volunteers helps the young adult establish goals and together they develop and implement a plan for a success.
International Rescue Committee in Silver Spring
The International Rescue Committee helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.
Capitol Hill Group Ministry
CHGM strives to be one of the District of Columbia?s most effective catalysts for change, helping our homeless neighbors and those at risk of homelessness transform their own lives. Through our various programs and community partnerships, we continue to empower vulnerable individuals, youth and families to gather the essential tools they need to move toward self-sufficiency and healthy interdependence.
Catholic Youth Organization of Washington, DC and the Metropolitan Area
The Office of Youth Ministry/Catholic Youth Organization (OYM/CYO) seeks to help young people find true happiness by coming to know and love Jesus Christ in His Church. Through our programs, events and activities, OYM/CYO assists parishes and families in offering young people the full truth about life, love, competition, education, solidarity and security. We seek to foster the personal and spiritual growth of young people in such a way that they will be able to confront the real challenges and sorrows of human life and develop their talents in service of their family, parish and neighborhood.