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To educate, to challenge and to inspire ALL persons with differing abilities to improve their quality of life by providing greater access, awareness and participation in adaptive outdoor recreation and specialty therapeutic services.
PROGRAMS SERVING: Physical and Developmental Disabilites; Wounded Warriors, Disabled Veterans and their Families; Cancer Survivors; Chronic Illnesses and Other Special Health Needs.
Thirty Years of Service as a non-profi t 501 (c) (3) charitable education organization!
Therapeutic Adventures, Inc. P.O. Box 4668
Charlottesville, VA 22905 434-981-5834 firstname.lastname@example.org www.TAonline.org
The Thomas Jefferson Area Coalition for the Homeless (TJACH) works to end homelessness by initiating creative solutions and coordinating regional resources and services. Our most recent project, The Haven at First & Market, provides services to over 75 homeless members of our community every day, including: nutritious breakfast meal, showers and bathrooms, laundry facilities, short-term storage, computers, telephone and street address, and referrals to services on site.
TJACH believes that we can end homelessness through collaboration and community engagement.
Thomas Jefferson Area
Coalition for the Homeless The Haven at First & Market 112 West Market Street Charlottesville, VA 22902 434-973-1234 email@example.com www.tjach.org
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Mission: Empowering women of all ages in Virginia with the resources to achieve their full potential in the workplace.
Over twenty-fi ve years, we have provided nearly $1 million in scholarships to women of all ages and supported the following special programs: • Girls - Reality Stores and Public Speaking Excellence Awards • College women - Foundation House, Women’s Leadership Programs • Working women - Training program grants and a Board Development Academy scholarship at the Center for Non-Profi t Excellence
Virginia Business and Professional Women’s Foundation, Inc.
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The Virginia Discovery Museum is a hands-on children’s museum and an exciting place for kids and families to play and learn together. An original exhibit entitled The Tibetan Way is featured in the Back Gallery through March 27, 2011. Check out our website for information about exhibits, programs, camps and events including our annual children’s race. Permanent exhibits include an 18th century log cabin, art studio, observation beehive and Treehouse room. VDM is open Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday 1 – 5 pm.
Virginia Discovery Museum East End of the Downtown Mall P.O. Box 1128
Charlottesville, VA 22902 Phone: 434-977-1025 Fax: 434-977-9681 www.vadm.org
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities is a catalyst for the civic, cultural, and educational vitality of the Commonwealth. Through projects and programs, we work to understand the past and its infl uence, to question and resolve issues in the present, and to shape a promising future based on commitment to the common good.
Among VFH projects are the Virginia Festival of the Book and Encyclopedia Virginia, With Good Reason and BackStory Radio, Grants and Fellowships, Conferences and Seminars, Exhibits and Publications, and Special Initiatives to build community locally, nationally, and globally.
for the Humanities 145 Ednam Drive
Charlottesville, VA 22903-4629 434-924-3296 434-296-4714 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
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UVa Certifi cate in Nonprofi t Management: Our Certifi cate in Nonprofi t Management is designed to provide nonprofi t leaders, staff, board members and volunteers the training needed to meet their organization’s mission effi ciently and effectively. The fl exible noncredit program allows students to customize their own course of study. The curriculum offers a selection of both overview and skill-based workshops in planning and operations, fundraising and marketing, fi nance and accounting, human resources and leadership, legal issues, and board development.
UVa School of Continuing
and Professional Studies 104 Midmont Lane Charlottesville, VA 22903 434-243-5337
Barbara Kessler, email@example.com www.scps.virginia.edu/NPM
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