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Providing hot well balanced nutritional meals to disable and aging members of our community. Along with a wonderful meal, St. J Meals on Wheels also provides safety & wellness checks and a caring smile.
Yoga Teacher Training for folks in addiction recovery.
Our mission is to educate and support certified yoga teachers, while simultaneously creating a community dedicated to self-empowered healing and growth within the context of yoga science.
The Stowe Mountain Bike Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to to partner with the community in building and maintaining a world class trail network. We manage over 30 miles of trails in Stowe, which is one of the most extensive networks in the northeast.
Stowe Refugee Outreach Club is a branch of R.O.C Inc. and we participate in weekly tutoring through heritage learning program, R.O.C fundraisers, and the R.O.C guest speaker series.
Sustainable Woodstock builds on Woodstock’s legacy as the birthplace of the modern conservation movement in its vision of a vibrant, inclusive, thriving community where we live sustainably, now and in the future. Our mission is to inspire, educate and empower everyone to live environmentally.
Technology for Tomorrow is a registered 510(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free technology education to underserved groups across Vermont. Through free technology workshops led by volunteers of all ages, we reconnect people to the community discussion, creating a more vibrate and inclusive community.
The Collaborative promotes the development of a healthy involved community supporting substance free youth in a caring environment. We offer programming and education to families, parents, youth, caring adults and community members and we work with businesses and towns with developing policies.
We are an inclusive Baptist church that offers many great events throughout the year, from our weekly chess club, to music concerts, support groups, charity dinners, and more! First Baptist has been a force for good for over 175 years right here in Burlington.
The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
The Meeting House exists as a communal gathering space in the heart of East Fairfield village for music, art, and other cultural events. Currently fundraising to support the restoration of this historic landmark; we invite everyone to join us for some of Vermont's most beloved musicians in concert.
A division of The Fairfield Community Center, The Meeting House on the Green committee is dedicated to bringing cultural and enrichment events and programs to the community and supporting historic preservation through the arts.
We are a non-profit organization focused on mentoring and we combine programs to offer one-one-one community-mentoring services across the entire county. We work all across Rutland county and Ludlow in order to bring every child in need a mentor in their area. Find out more on our website!
Community center in the North End of Burlington Vermont.
Cultivating healthy communities by connecting people to the arts, education, agriculture, the environment, and each other.
An educational center that develops the application of methods of Japanese Psychology to work, life and relationships based on the values of gratitude, purposeful action, compassion and mindfulness.
The Turning Point Center is a non-profit recovery center that provides a safe, friendly, fun, and substance free environment where all people in recovery, and their families and friends, can meet for peer-to-peer recovery support, social activities, recovery coaching, education, and advocacy.
The Turning Point Center is a non-profit addiction recovery center that provides a safe, friendly, fun, substance free environment where all people in recovery, and their families and friends, can meet for peer-to-peer recovery support, social activities, recovery coaching, education, or advocacy.
COUNTRY STORE COOPERATIVE PURPOSE:
The Underhill Country Store Cooperative exists so that the store is an important and vital place of commerce and inclusive social adhesion to the Town of Underhill and the Town’s neighbors and visitors.
The United Way of Addison County seeks to advance the common good by improving education, income, and health outcomes for all. Our purpose is to recruit people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise, and resources needed to get things done. We invite you to become a part of the effort!
Committed to building a stronger and healthier Lamoille County community.
UP for Learning provides training, resource development, and on-going support for a wide variety of initiatives that develop opportunities for young people to assume meaningful roles in shaping their learning and their lives.
NEK Habitat for Humanity focuses on exterior and interior repairs and improvements. We use donated materials, local fundraising, local volunteers, and no-interest loans to help low-income homeowners continue to live independently in safe, decent, warm, homes.
Seeking Mothers of children under the age of 12 for a study to help mothers quit smoking. Participation in this study could help you earn up to $1300. If you are interested in participating in this study feel free to contact us by phone, or fill out our survey
VABIR is a statewide private non-profit agency working to assist Vermonters, who face barriers to employment, in finding gainful employment. Since its inception in 1979, VABIR has been Vermont’s liaison between private sector employment and skilled workers with disabilities and other life barriers.
Vermont Adult Learning (VAL) provides an alternative pathway to a high school diploma, GED, English Language Education, and Basic Skills such as reading, writing,and math. Services are free to Vermont residents age 16 and up. We also contract with area businesses to teach work skills to employees.
The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a non-profit organization founded in 1926, is the only private agency to offer training, services, and support to visually impaired Vermonters. Each year we serve hundreds of children from birth to age 22 and adults age 55 and over.
We are the association of five non-profit Area Agencies on Aging located throughout Vermont to respond to the needs and directions of older Vermonters and their families by offering information and assistance in many areas. We can share available options for caregiver support, insurance, meals...
The Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL) is a nonprofit organization directed and staffed by individuals with disabilities, works to promote the dignity, independence and civil rights of Vermonters with disabilities.
VCIH is a nonprofit school and herb clinic dedicated to providing our community with healthcare resources grounded in Nature. We offer free and sliding-scale herbal consultations, community herb classes and workshops, and comprehensive herbalist training programs.
Vermont's largest hunger relief organization
The mission of the Vermont Foodbank is to gather and share quality food and nurture partnerships so that no one in Vermont will go hungry.
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