HomeShare VT has been helping Vermonters find the right housemate since 1982. We provide screening and matching services to introduce you to just the right person. No age, income or ability restrictions and free to apply!
The Local Food Access Program is one of many programs at HOPE. We seek out donated, surplus, and unmarketable produce from Addison Co. farms and either provide it fresh to our food shelf clients or process it in some way that it can be frozen and keep well past when it is seasonally available.
A nonprofit syndication and development company founded in 1988, creates permanently affordable rental housing and enables investments in economic and community development to benefit Vermonters through partnerships with local organizations, public agencies and the private sector.
Howard Center offers crisis and counseling services to children and adults; support to individuals with autism and developmental disabilities; counseling and medical services for individuals with substance use disorders; and support for adults with serious and persistent mental health challenges.
The Intervale Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in Burlington, Vermont. Our mission is to strengthen community food systems. Since 1988, we’ve been dedicated to improving farm viability, promoting sustainable land use and engaging our community in the food system.
The Jay Focus Group was formed in 2007 and granted 501 (c)3 Non Profit status in 2009 to raise funds for greater Jay area organizations. Annual events include Monte Carlo Casino & Texas Holdem and Jay Summer Fest (always 2nd Sat of Aug).
The John Graham Shelter provides food, shelter, housing opportunities, and hope to families across Addison County.
Create in 1988, JUMP operates a drop-in center in downtown Burlington serving clients from Chittenden County and beyond, Tues-Fri, 9-Noon. Families and individuals receive vouchers for food, laundry, utilities, household goods, ID's, transportation, and prescription co-pay every three months,
Karmê Chöling is a residential meditation retreat center on 700 wooded acres. The center offers programs for both new and experienced practitioners, with a community life rooted in meditation practice as a foundation for fostering enlightened society.
The Keewaydin Foundation provides camping experiences and challenges that help children achieve significant personal growth by living in a community, being independent and living simply in rustic and natural settings.
Peer to peer recovery community center
The Community Sailing Center is a vital hub on the shores of Lake Champlain where community members and visitors of Burlington, Vermont gather to play on the lake together. We’ve got something here for everyone regardless of age, ability, or income.
La Leche League of Massachusetts/Rhode Island/Vermont is part of La Leche League International, an international, nonprofit, nonsectarian organization dedicated to providing support, encouragement, information, and education to women who choose to breastfeed.
Lamoille Family Center has been serving area families for 40 years. We seek to encourage and strengthen families through programs such as parent education and child care referrals. We serve at risk teens and pregnant and parenting young adults through programs that stress education and job skills.
Lake Champlain Access Television (LCATV) is the public access television station serving the towns of Colchester, Milton, Westford, Georgia, Fairfax, North Hero, South Hero & Grand Isle providing free training & use of equipment for creating local programming in the towns that we serve.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trangender, Questioning, and Advocate Center at UVM
Library of Legacy lets individuals write and share histories, life stories, and memories.
Live Like Benjo Foundation
As an all volunteer 501(c) 3 and a 509 (a) 4 Public Charitable Tax Exempt Educational Institution our mission is to: Increase public awareness about Shallow Water Blackout (SWB), put an end to the needless and countless drowning's caused by SWB.
Vermont Catholic Charities extends the compassion and healing ministry of Jesus Christ and His Church to communities throughout the state of Vermont. Our Level III Residential Care Homes provide older men and women with a safe, caring and homelike environment rooted in Christian Dignity
The Lyndon Institute Alumni Association's mission is to connect and reconnect our alumni to Lyndon Institute as well as support the institution and it's students.
Museum of Industrial Design
Maple Leaf Treatment Ctr is one of the oldest, continuously operating, residential drug- and alcohol-abuse treatment and recovery centers in the country, offering clinically managed residential detoxification and medium- to high-intensity residential substance use and co-occurring disorder treatment
Located in Woodstock, Vermont's first national park focuses on conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America.
Our goal is to provide all Vermont parents access to quality, evidence-based, parenting program instruction. Offering Active Parenting Now parenting programs on a sliding scale fee and using donations to offer scholarships to remove the financial barrier to quality parenting instruction.
Our mission is to restore and maintain the ecological integrity of the Missisquoi River system.
The Mission of the Not-for-Profit Miss Vermont Scholarship Organization, Inc. is to provide scholarships to young women of Vermont while coaching their leadership skills, mentoring their participation in relevant community service, enhancing their unique talents, and providing scholarships.
Refugee Outreach Club is an organization who's goal is to help refugee families and individuals adjust to life in Vermont. Throughout the year we participate in events such as tutoring of refugees, clothing and supplies drive, and have guest speakers.
NMMH Mission: To educate the public about the Morgan Horse, and to further that purpose by collecting, preserving, and making available for display and study original works of art and historical materials.
this is a neighbor hood watch designed to make hardwick feel safe again
Neighbor to Neighbor provides no-cost social and transportation services to older, disabled or housebound residents of the Northshire.
I work for NFI, a non-profit company that provide mental health services to at risk youth in the state of Vermont. The above address is a personal address, not that of the program I work at due to the facility being a confidential location.
The NDAA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity working to enhance opportunities and provide support for individuals with physical disabilities who wish to participate in recreational and competitive athletics.
MRCs are locally community-based, civilian; volunteer programs that help build the public health infrastructure of communities nationwide. Each MRC unit is organized and trained to address a wide range of challenges from public health education to disaster response.
The Northeast Kingdom Waste Management District services approx 46,400 residents and 49 member towns.
In 2015 we have 9 full-time and 2 part-time employees. Each member town is entitled to representation by at least one supervisor.
The board of supervisors meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
NCIC provides capital and expertise to strengthen businesses, communities and employment opportunities in our region, including lending solutions, coaching services, and job-based solutions including industrial infrastructure, telecommunications, energy and tourism development.
Partnering with rural Haitian communities to develop clean water access, improved sanitation practices, access to medical care, introducing environmental stewardship measures and improving agricultural methods to assure food stability.
The Northfield Teen Center is an adult supervised, youth-led after school drop-in space for 12-18 year olds. The NTC creates safe, enjoyable, and educational activities for youth in a supervised environment. Free food! The NTC is run by the Washington County Youth Service Bureau.
The Northwest Technical Center (NWTC) is a regional technical center located in St. Albans, Vermont. Our primary function is to serve 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from Bellows Free Academy and Missisquoi Valley Union High School in educational and career development.
NorthWoods is a non-profit 501(c)3 educational, research and conservation service organization serving the communities of northern Vermont and New Hampshire since 1989.
May 15 – October 15
Open Wednesday through Sunday
11 am -5 pm
(closed Mon. & Tues.)
To tour the Old Stone House Museum, visitors must begin at the Twilight House across the road.
Operation Christmas Child is a project of the international relief organization, Samaritan’s Purse. Our mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities...
Parent Resources- playgroups, parent education, resource & referral, community events.
Home Visiting- Children's Integrated Services, welcome baby visits, family/child home visits, reach up.
Onsite- Families learning together, Early Care & Education 6wks-5yrs. Supervised visits & kinship care.
As a public non-profit organization created by the state government, Orleans County NRCD was established to connect with landowners in applying land conservation practices. Our mission is to enhance our local waters through education and services to implement sound land stewardship practices.
Fostering community resilience through restorative practices
OUR House is a Children's Advocacy Center and Special Investigations Unit that is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment to assist child victims, adult survivors, and non-offending family members in the discovery, intervention, healing, and prevention of child abuse.
The mission of Outright Vermont is to build safe, healthy, supportive environments for queer, trans, and questioning youth ages 13-22.
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