With inflation and rising costs of everything right now, this year is difficult for everyone including our non-profit clients. Any amount that you can spare to donate this year would be so greatly appreciated.
Here is a list of our Nonprofit clients with a link to their donation page. Please consider one or more of these when deciding who to donate to this holiday season. Don’t forget – donating to a participating 501c3 charity is tax deductible:
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy
We inspire, motivate and engage people to protect, preserve and restore wildlife habitat.
Provide cost-free retreat stays and programs that positively impact wounded, ill, and injured service members, disabled veterans, and their families.
Women Giving Back
Supports women and children in crisis on a first step to stability by providing quality clothing at no cost, assisted by a caring and committed community.
Our mission is to engage all Northern Virginia communities in enjoying, conserving, and restoring nature for the benefit of birds, other wildlife, and people. We advance our mission through educational programs, citizen science, and advocacy initiatives. We envision a world where people, wildlife, and their habitats thrive.
The mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church is to call all people to become disciples of Jesus Christ, to proclaim the everlasting gospel embraced by the three angels’ messages (Revelation 14:6-12), and to prepare the world for Christ’s soon return.
The Chris Atwood Foundation is a peer-driven community organization in Northern Virginia providing free harm reduction and recovery support services and advocacy for people impacted by substance use.
To prevent youth suicide through awareness, upstream educational programs and activities that support and empower youth, families and the community at-large through acceptance, connection, resiliency and hope.
LTN seeks to impact local economies while resourcing a range of community needs, such as inequities in education, school supplies, youth character and leadership development, safe zone activities, and providing nutritious meals to individuals and families throughout the year.
National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers