Community Impact Partners

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United Way of the Virginia Peninsula's Community Impact Partners

 

United Way of the Virginia Peninsula invests in, convenes around, and advocates for the local nonprofit organizations listed below. These agencies work together to address the Virginia Peninsula's complex issues surrounding poverty, and they provide impactful programs and services necessary to lifting our neighbors in need out of poverty. When you make an unrestricted gift to United Way of the Virginia Peninsula, your gift benefits the following nonprofit partners:

 
ALTERNATIVES
www.altinc.org | 757-838-2330 
359 Fenwick Road, Bldg. 263, Fort Monroe, Hampton, VA 23651
Dedicated to improving the lives of young people through youth leadership, enrichment programs, and service opportunities.
 
AMERICAN RED CROSS
1323 W. Pembroke Ave, Hampton, VA 23661
Provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. 
 
THE ARC OF GREATER WILLIAMSBURG
https://www.thearcgw.org/  | 757-229-3535 
150-D Strawberry Plains Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Proudly serving adults with disabilities since 1976 with programs and activities to enhance their quality of life by providing educational, wellness, vocational training, advocacy and respite for caregivers.
 
AVALON CENTER
 757-258-5022 (WMBG),  804-725-0400 (Middle Pen.), 757-258-5051 (24-hour helpline) 
P.O. Box 6805 Williamsburg, VA 23188 
Works to end domestic and sexual violence through prevention, education, shelter, and support services. 
 
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.bigbrobigsis.com | 757-369-6824
746 Adams Dr, Room 10, Newport News, VA 23601
Matches youth with an adult mentor, in a professional supported relationship, to build social skills, increase academic achievement and create healthy lifestyles. 
 
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, COLONIAL VIRGINIA COUNCIL
www.cvcboyscouts.org | 757-595-3356
11834 Canon Boulevard, Suite L, Newport News, VA 23606
Instills the values found in the Scout Oath and Laws in order to help build character, citizenship, and fitness of our youth.
 
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.bagclub.com |757-223-7204  
11825 Rock Landing Drive, Chesapeake Building, Suite B, Newport News, VA 23606
To inspire and enable all youth, especially those who needs us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.
 
C. WALDO SCOTT CENTER FOR HOPE
www.scottcenter.org |757-244-9223
3100 Wickham Ave, Newport News, VA 23607
Provides the resources and support needed for youth and adults to enhance their education, life skills, health and employment.
 
CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF EASTERN VIRGINIA
www.cceva.org |757-875-0060
12829 Jefferson Ave, Suite 101, Newport News, VA 23608 
Provides clinical counseling, adult guardianship, pregnancy counseling, adoptions, credit and housing counseling, mediation, education, prescription assistance, and senior care.
 
CENTER FOR CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES
2021 Cunningham Drive, Suite 400, Hampton, VA 23666
Provides counseling services to children, adults, and families, which includes mental health, family violence counseling, youth violence prevention, financial debt counseling, and substance abuse counseling and treatment. 
 
CHILD DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
www.cdr.org |757-566-3300 
150 Point O’Woods, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Provides services to families of children, prenatal to age six, with developmental delays, disabilities, or risk factors; and training for early childhood professionals.
 
COLONIAL CASA 
3917 A2 Midlands Rd. Williamsburg, VA 23188
Recruits, trains and supports court Advocates so that abused or neglected children can have the opportunity to thrive in safe and permanent homes.
 
EDMARC
www.edmarc.org | 757-967-9251
516 London Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704
Provides family-centered care of children with a catastrophic illness. 
 
GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL OF COLONIAL COAST
www.gsccc.org | 757-547-4405
912 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA 23322
Girl Scouts prepared girls for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure. Emphasis on girls from promising community in the region. 
 
GLOUCESTER HOUSING PARTNERSHIP
http://www.ghp4u.com/ | 804-642-5158
Box 772, Hayes, VA 23072
Recruits volunteers, materials, and donations to repair owner-occupied homes for low-income families and individuals living in Gloucester County.
 
GLOUCESTER-MATHEWS CARE CLINIC
6031 Industrial Drive, Gloucester, VA 23061
Provides community-based healthcare for Gloucester and Mathews County residents who lack health insurance or have Medicaid. Also offers medication and patient health education.
 
GOODWILL OF CENTRAL AND COASTAL VIRIGINA 
1911 Saville Row, Hampton, VA 23666
Provides personalized workforce development, training and placement services for individuals who face employment challenges. 
 
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
www.habitatpgw.org | 757-596-5553
11011 Warwick Blvd, Newport News, VA 23601
Habitat partners with the local community to build strength, stability and self-reliance for low- to moderate-income families through construction of affordable housing and exterior home repairs.
 
HAMPTON ROADS COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM (HRCAP)
2410 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607 
Provides education, training, work experience, emergency services, and housing counseling to eliminate poverty. 
 
HELP Inc
www.helpushelpu.org | 757-727-2577
1320 LaSalle Avenue, Hampton, VA 23669
Provides low-to-no-cost medical & dental care for uninsured adults, day support and shelter services for homeless individuals and families, and food and financial assistance for those in need. 
 
HOSPICE HOUSE AND SUPPORT CARE OF WILLIAMSBURG
4445 Powhatan Parkway Williamsburg, VA 23188
Works to enhance the quality of living for those in the last phases of life and provide support for their loved ones. 
 
HOUSING PARTNERSHIPS, INC.
115 Palace Lane, Williamsburg, VA 23187
Provides housing repair services to low-income, sick or disabled individuals and families in the Historic Triangle.
 

LACKEY CLINIC
www.lackeyclinic.org |  757-886-0608
1620 Old Williamsburg Road, Yorktown, VA 23690
Using volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, and administrative staff, the clinic provides free medical exams, chronic care treatment, lab work, x-rays, dental care, and free medication.

 

LINK OF HAMPTON ROADS

www.linkhr.org | 757-595-1953
10413 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23601
Provides winter shelter, year-round veteran shelters, permanent supportive housing for individuals and families with disabilities and emergency resources to people experiencing housing and basic supply insecurities.
 
LITERACY FOR LIFE
www.literacyforlife.org | 757-221-3325
PO Box 8795, Williamsburg, VA 23187
Provides free one on one tutoring and small group instruction in reading, writing, math, ESL, work skills and health literacy. 
 
NATASHA HOUSE, INC.
http://natashahouse.org/ | 757-898-1993
124 Goodwin Neck Road, Yorktown, VA 23692
Transitional home for homeless women and children that empowers and equips them to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.
 
PEAKE CHILDHOOD CENTER
www.dhcdc.org | 757-825-6200
1306 Thomas Street, Hampton, VA 23669
Nurtures young children, ages six weeks to five years, by providing affordable, quality preschool programs that develop the “whole child” and foster school readiness.
 
PENINSULA AGENCY ON AGING
www.paainc.org | 757-873-0541
739 Thimble Shoals Boulevard, Suite 1006, Newport News, VA 23606
Supports the independence/dignity of the elderly by advocating, arranging, or providing services including home-delivered and congregate meals, in-home care, care coordination, transportation, and information.
 
SALVATION ARMY, PENINSULA COMMAND
1033 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA 23666
Assists with food and rent; shelter for homeless families; and provides community building programs for youth, adults, and seniors.
 
SALVATION ARMY, WILLIAMSBURG VA
216 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188
An evangelical part of the universal Christian church with the mission of preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ through social services, housing, and child services.
 
THE SAMARITAN GROUP
PO box 784, White Marsh, VA 23183-1784
Provides temporary financial assistance and financial counseling to residents of Gloucester County.
 
SMART BEGINNINGS VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.smartbeginningsvp.org  |  757-240-2731
11832 Canon Blvd, Suite F, Newport News, VA 23606
Champions a collaborative system that provides high-quality early care, education and health services to prepare children for success.
 
THRIVE PENINSULA
13195 Warwick Boulevard, Unit 2C, Newport News, VA 23602
Faith-based coalition helping Peninsula families through hardship. THRIVE provides financial coaching, critical bill assistance, food pantry services, transportation aid, and resource referrals. 
 
TRANSITIONS FAMILY VIOLENCE SERVICES
www.transitionsfvs.org | 757-722-2261
137 Kings Way, Hampton, VA 23669
Provides shelter, hotline, crisis intervention, case management, advocacy, counseling and self-sufficiency services to adult and child victims of family violence.
 
VERSABILITY RESOURCES
www.versability.org | 757-896-6461
2520 58th Street, Hampton, VA 23661
Serves people with disabilities of all ages across the 757 in early childhood, day, student, residential, and diverse employment programs. 
 
VIRGINIA PENINSULA FOODBANK
www.hrfoodbank.org | 757-596-7188
2401 Aluminum Avenue, Hampton, VA 23661
Leads the effort for a hunger-free community through food assistance programs and collaborative partnerships.
 
WILLIAMSBURG FAITH IN ACTION
http://wfia.org/ |  757-258-5890
354 McLaws Cir # 1, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Fosters caring relationships between volunteers and seniors, physically disabled adults, or those with long-term health needs.
 
YMCA OF THE VIRGINIA PENINSULA
www.peninsulaymca.org | 757-223-7925
41 Old Oyster Point Road, Suite C, Newport News, VA 23602
At the Y, we strengthen the foundations of our community through our focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.