We love giving back to our community, and snagging a couple kinds in need from the Salvation Army Angel Tree is a great way to spread some holiday cheer. Our brokerage sponsored 5 children this holiday season, and here’s just a glimpse at some of their goodies. In 2017, the Angel Tree provided gifts and clothes for over 400
Story House Real Estate is proud to support a local charity with every closing. Beginning in 2015, we decided to make a donation on behalf of each closed client to a charity of their choice. Our giving goal for each calendar year is to exceed $20,000 given back to our local community, and we are so thankful for our amazing clients and the incredible opportunity to make Charlottesville a better place to live, work, and play.
Every quarter our team takes a day to give back to our community through charities that are close to our hearts. We partner with our trusted service providers, our friends and family, and our clients to leave a life-changing impact on the community we call home.
United Way-Thomas Jefferson Area
Our United Way has deep roots in our community, serving the needs of our local residents since 1943, when we were founded as the Charlottesville and Albemarle War and Community Fund by our local Chamber of Commerce.
Our vision is a strong, healthy and vibrant community that helps people rise above challenges to reach their full potential.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville was founded in 1991 as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International (click here to read HFHI’s mission statement). Over the past two decades, we have built homes in partnership with more than 150 local low-income families. We also currently manage the Southwood Mobile Home Park and own the local Habitat Store, which raises money for Habitat homes by selling building products and other donated materials.
Red Shoe Cville
Red Shoe Cville (RSC) serves as a philanthropic arm of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charlottesville (RMHC Charlottesville). Their mission is to engage, empower and inspire local professionals to participate in philanthropic and leadership endeavors that build awareness for the House. As stewards of RMHC Charlottesville, RSC members work together to raise money, donate time and provide needed volunteer efforts to benefit the House.
Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia
The Club provides an after school and summer program for children and teens ages 6-18, comprised of diverse activities that meet the interests of all youth. Our goals are to ensure that all teens graduate from high school with a plan for their future, that all members develop a healthy lifestyle and strong character and citizenship. Boys & Girls Clubs of America offers a lineup of tested and proven nationally recognized programs that address today’s most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life. These five core programs engage young people in activities with adults, peers and family members that enable them to develop self-esteem and to reach their full potential. In addition, Club staff develop and implement meaningful programs based on the physical, emotional, cultural and social needs of youth in our own community.
Hospice of the Piedmont
Our Promise to Our Community: With a commitment to our diverse neighborhoods, Hospice of the Piedmont promises compassionate, comprehensive, and expert care to meet the unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of each dying patient and those who love them.
With more than three decades of experience in serving the city of Charlottesville and the surrounding 12-county area, Hospice of the Piedmont offers a rich history of expert skills, support and services. We’re the region’s oldest mission-driven, nonprofit hospice organization.
Charlottesville Police Foundation
The Charlottesville Police Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization of local citizens who help secure advanced resources, tools and training for our police department so it can best serve and protect our community. They also work to foster connections between the police and the public through community outreach initiatives, as the foundation believes these relationships are vital to the safety, stability, and economic and social vibrancy of the City of Charlottesville.
On Sunday December 7, 2014 The Arc of the Piedmont had it’s first annual Santa Fun Run on the Downtown Mall. Dressing up in a santa suit and throwing on your elf ears really brought the community together. The event had over 300 entrants in it’s first year and it can only be expected to grow as people realize just
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