Our 2018 Beneficiaries

Last year we raised almost $350,000 for 26 local Hampton Roads Children’s Charities. We know our contribution will help to make a difference in the lives of children who need it the most.

Ability Center of Virginia

To affect positively the quality of life for persons with physical and intellectual disabilities and their families – creating greater independence and inclusion in the community.

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Aidnow

AidNow exists to bring education, health, sanitation, and physical resources together to assist individuals in South Eastern Virginia, Nationally, and Globally.

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Boys and Girls Club of Southeastern Virginia

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, caring responsible citizens.

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Center for Child & Family Services

To provide quality counseling and support services that empower individual and families to improve their lives.

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Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters

To provide the highest level and quality of pediatric care throughout Southeastern Virginia, the Eastern Shore and Northeastern North Carolina, as Virginia’s only free-standing pediatric hospital.

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CHIP – Children’s Health Investment Program

Prenatal to Kindergarten, Children’s Health Investment Program (CHIP) is helping kids right from the start. CHIP provides services in Hampton Roads for children through age six and expectant mothers in the focus areas of health improvement, school readiness and self-sufficiency.

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Eastern Shore Chapel Food Pantry

To be a welcoming refuge to people seeking food assistance.

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Edmarc Hospice for Children

Edmarc Hospice for Children sees a community in which no child or family is denied pediatric hospice services and a society that wholeheartedly accepts and supports pediatric care.

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EQUI-KIDS Therapeutic Riding Program

To provide, promote and support equine assisted activities for individuals who have mental, physical, emotional, social or learning disabling conditions.

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Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore

To lead the effort to eliminate hunger in our community.

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ForKids

To break the cycle of homelessness and poverty for families and children in Southeastern Virginia by developing creative, results-driven programs designed to achieve long-term stability for families and a lifetime of success for children.

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Hampton Roads Youth Foundation

To measurably improve the lives of youth throughout the Hampton Roads area by training them as role models and teaching the tools that will allow them to someday be productive citizens.

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Horizons Hampton Roads

An academic, cultural, and recreational program designed to encourage a diverse group of students from low-income families in Norfolk, Portsmouth and Virginia Beach to realize their full potential.

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I Need A Lighthouse

To significantly reduce the loss and suffering from teen and young adult depression, suicide, and suicidal behavior through educational programs and community partnerships.

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The James C. Archbell III Foundation

To provide opportunities for children in need in Hampton Roads.

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Journey For Success

The organization’s goal is to equip single mothers with those tools that will enable them to become self-sufficient leaders of their households.

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Judeo-Christian Outreach Center

To empower homeless families and individuals to recover from crisis situations and return to being self-supporting, productive, and independent members of our community.

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Life Rolls On

To improve the quality of life for young people affected by spinal cord injury through adaptive surfing and skating that can inspire infinite possibilities beyond paralysis.

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Seton Youth Shelters

Seton Youth Shelters shall provide a safe haven, counseling and outreach services, 24 hours per day without charge, to assist youth in crisis throughout Hampton Roads, with the goal of reuniting families.

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Norfolk Friends of Foster Care

Believing that every child deserves a healthy and happy childhood, Norfolk Friends of Foster Care (NFFC) is committed to enriching the lives of foster children in our community.

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Old Dominion Athletic Foundation

To raise financial support for Old Dominion University Athletics and to ensure that our coaches and student-athletes have the resources necessary to compete for championships.

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Our Military Kids

Supports children, ages 5-12th grade, of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members and children of wounded warriors from all service branches. Grants pay for participation in activities that help children cope with stress and anxiety while their parents are recovering or absent.

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Recovery for Kids

To rescue and empower children, teens and adults who seek freedom from addictions and compulsive behaviors.

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Roc Solid Foundation

To build hope for children and their families fighting pediatric cancer.

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Shutdown 757

Developmental program for boys and girls designed to empower them to reach their fullest potential through the core values of integrity, honor and respect.

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St. Mary’s Home

To provide quality, specialized care within a homelike environment for children and young adults with severe disabilities, so each individual can achieve his or her fullest potential.

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Stop Abuse

Stop Abuse was formed in 1986 to prevent child sexual abuse through education, detection and referral. The potential for this kind of abuse exists for children of every gender, age, race, ethnicity, background, socioeconomic status and family structure. No child is immune.

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STOP Incorporated

With the assistance of community partners, reduce the effects of poverty by assisting low and moderate wage earners and economically disadvantaged residents of Eastern Virginia achieve self-sufficiency through program and service initiatives which encompass education, employment, housing and health for the improvement of their quality of life.

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Storehouse Food Pantry

To provide groceries to supplement the food needs of families in Virginia Beach.

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The Virginian-Pilot Joy Fund

To purchase new toys for local children who may not receive a single toy during the holiday season.

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Virginia Gentlemen Foundation – Camp Grom

To address and accomplish innovative ideas for the development and benefit of our community.

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Toby’s Dream Foundation

Toby’s Dream Foundation ensures that children living with life-threatening illnesses in Greater Hampton Roads & the Eastern Shore of Virginia have the opportunity and resources to imagine and experience their most fantastic Dream.

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Virginia Beach CASA

To advocate for child victims of abuse and neglect who are too young to speak for themselves during the complicated maze of legal proceedings.

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Virginia Children’s Chorus

To enrich the lives of participating children through the study and performance of the world’s great choral music and to enrich the community through our performances.

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Young Life Multicultural and Urban

To train College and adult Leaders to walk along side kids, helping them to navigate through the turbulence of their adolescent years.

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