The Blue Ridge Foothills Conservancy is a private, non-profi t land trust. Our mission is to conserve, through voluntary land protection, the agricultural, scenic, natural, historic and recreational resources of Greene and Madison counties.
Blue Ridge Medical Center is a Community Health Center committed to providing health care to medically underserved residents of Nelson County and surrounding communities. We accept most insurances including Medicaid and Medicare. BRMC offers special programs that particularly target patients who are uninsured or underinsured. We have completely outgrown our facility, and in late 2010, we will begin an 11-month construction project for an expansion to house medical operations and add dental services. We are working to raise the remaining $1.8 million needed for the expansion.
Blue Ridge Foothills
Conservancy P.O. Box 116 Hood, VA, 22723 540-948-5444
Blue Ridge Medical Center 4038 Thomas Nelson Highway Arrington, VA 22922 434-263-4000
Blue Ridge School is an all-boys, college preparatory boarding school grades nine through twelve. We educate young men who respond well to small classes, a structured environment and a strong sense of community. We are a globally diverse community with students from over 15 countries. Our faculty challenges each boy to reach beyond his current level of performance and expectations to discover his potential. We develop character by nurturing qualities such as integrity, courage, perseverance and empathy.
Blue Ridge School 273 Mayo Drive
St. George, Virginia 22935 434-985-2811
CNE programs and services include: • Monthly Training Series • Board Development Academy • Technology and Board Consulting • Leaders Circles • Philanthropy Day
Center for Nonprofi t Excellence
1701-A Allied Street, Charlottesville, VA 22903 Administrative Offi ce: 434-244-3330 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecne.org
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia is “to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.” Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia have locations in Albemarle, Charlottesville, Madison, and Orange, and is celebrating the grand opening of the new Boys & Girls Club building in Charlottesville, next to Buford Middle School on Cherry Avenue.
Our Five Core Areas: Health & Life Skills • Education & Career Development • Character & Leadership Development • Sports, Fitness & Recreation • The Arts
Boys & Girls Clubs
of Central Virginia 1000-B Cherry Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22903 434-977-2001
Great Futures Start Here
You may know our name and love our products, but did you know that BreadWorks is a division of WorkSource? (Please see the WorkSource panel.) BreadWorks offers delicious baked goods, salads, sandwiches and soups. Special orders and party platters are available.
BreadWorks uses the fi nest ingredients and persons with disabilities are involved in all facets of the bakery/deli. BreadWorks has a satellite at Northridge - 2955 Ivy Road. BreadWorks products are also available at many fi ne stores and on-line at www.relayfoods.com
Great food - great mission since 1994.
BreadWorks Bakery & Deli 923-A Preston Avenue Charlottesville, VA 22903 434-296-4663
Breath of Hope exists to raise awareness of congenital diaphragmatic hernia by working with parents, family members, and medical professionals to educate and support all who are affected by or want to learn more about CDH. We promote public awareness, support the medical community and encourage research efforts to one day successfully treat all those diagnosed with CDH.
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In six years we have informed and educated over 34 governors, the US Senate and other political fi gures, assisted families and directed funding for medical research.
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Breath of Hope PO Box 6627
Charlottesville, VA 22906 888-264-2340
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