Partner Directory

Partner Name Address
Center for Youth & Family Advocacy
Year Founded: 2018

CYFA focuses on creating the community conditions necessary for all children and youth to thrive. Our mission is to transform systems and empower children and youth to create and achieve successful outcomes for self, family, and community.

2111 Wilson Boulevard, 8th Floor
Arlington , VA 22201
Phone: 703-380-3172
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Central United Methodist Church
Year Founded: 1911

We are a disciple making church where all people are Called by God, Transformed by the Holy Spirit, and Sent to be Christ in the world.

4201 N. Fairfax Drive
ARLINGTON, VA 22203
Phone: 703-527-8844
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Centro de Apoyo Familiar
Year Founded: 2006

Centro de Apoyo Familiar’s (CAF) mission is to transform communities through economic, social and educational empowerment in collaboration with community and faith-based organizations.

3013283292
6801 Kenilworth Ave suite 110
Riverdale, MD 20737
Phone: 3013283292
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Challenging Racism
Year Founded: 2017

To empower and inspire people to disrupt racism one compassionate conversation at a time.

1101 Wilson Blvd
6th Floor
Arlington, VA 22209
Phone: 571-351-6030
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Cherrydale Health and Rehabilitation Center
Year Founded: 1980

Founded in 1980, Cherrydale Health and Rehabilitation Center is a 180-bed Skilled Nursing Facility serving long-term residents and short-term patients.
At Cherrydale Volunteer Services, we strive to enrich the daily life of each patient through interaction and support from the community.

3710 Lee Highway
Arlington, VA 22207
Phone: 703-243-7640
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Cherrydale Volunteer Fire Department - Fire Corps
Year Founded: 1898

Members of the Cherrydale Fire Corps are essential to the success of Cherrydale Volunteer Fire Department. We’re much more than just a fire department. We’re a family, with an entire organization working to support our firefighter/EMTs, and to preserve the Cherrydale firehouse’s historic place in the Arlington community.

3900 Lee Highway
Arlington, VA 22207
Phone: 7035259418
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Chris Lantos Foundation
Year Founded: 2014

The Chris Lantos Foundation improves the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families through charitable acts of kindness that support their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being while also raising public awareness about pediatric cancer.

1451 n scott st
arlington, VA 22209
Phone: 571-218-0679
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Civitan Club of Arlington, Inc
Year Founded: 1942

The worldwide mission of Civitan International is to build good citizenship by providing a volunteer organization of clubs dedicated to serving individual and community needs, with an emphasis on helping people with developmental disabilities.

1735 North Rhodes St #235
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: 703-473-7245
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Clarendon Alliance, Inc.
Year Founded: 2004

HE CLARENDON ALLIANCE IS A 501(C)6 MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO ENSURING THE HEALTH AND VITALITY OF THE CLARENDON CORRIDOR. OUR SPECIAL EVENTS ACTIVITIES, AND PROGRAMS ARE DESIGNED TO HIGHLIGHT THE UNIQUE ATTRIBUTES OF THE CLARENDON AND COURTHOUSE COMMUNITIES AND BENEFIT BOTH RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, AND VISITORS. WE ARE HERE TO ENSURE THAT CLARENDON REMAINS THE HEART OF ARLINGTON AND IS THE VERY BEST PLACE TO WORK, LIVE AND PLAY!

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Clarendon UMC See Volunteer Opportunities
Claude Moore Colonial Farm
Year Founded: 1973

The Farm’s Mission is to educate the public about American daily life and agriculture through participation and involvement in an 18th century Virginia tenant farm and related programs.

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Columbia Pike Partnership
Year Founded: 1986

To foster a vibrant, safe, connected, and diverse Columbia Pike community. We exist to be the convening body representing the interests of all those who live, work and visit Columbia Pike.

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Commission on Aging See Volunteer Opportunities
Communities In Schools of NOVA
Year Founded: 2013

Communities In Schools (CIS) is the nation's leading dropout prevention organization, with a mission to surround students with a community of support empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

1615 Duke Street, 3rd Floor
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-721-3558
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Community Foundation for Northern Virginia
Year Founded: 1978

The mission of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia is to advance equity through philanthropy and community leadership. Comprised of donor advised funds, permanent funds, giving circles, and other charitable endowments, the Community Foundation’s vision is to build a community that works for everyone.

3201 Jermantown Road
Suite 660
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 7038797637
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Community Lodgings
Year Founded: 1987

Community Lodgings' mission is to lift families from homelessness and instability to independence and self-sufficiency through our Transitional Housing, Affordable Housing, and our Youth Education programs.

3912 Elbert Avenue
Suite 108
Alexandria, VA 22305
Phone: (703) 549-4407
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Community of Hope
Year Founded: 1980

Community of Hope’s mission is to improve health and end family homelessness to make Washington, DC more equitable.

4 Atlantic Ave SW
2024077757
Washington, DC 20032
Phone: 2024077757
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Community Outreach Program
Year Founded: 1979

Teach, connect and empower underserved residents throughout the community.

Phone: 703-228-1198
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Community Progress Network
Year Founded: 2016

We are a coalition of nonprofit organizations, government agencies, educators, community leaders, elected officials and individuals on a mission to improve the lives of those living in poverty. We support and promote equity and inclusion for all members of our community.

4318 N Carlin Springs Rd
Arlington, VA 22203
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Community Tax Aid
Year Founded: 1987

Community Tax Aid, Inc. (CTA) was founded in 1987 by a group of tax professionals and concerned citizens who recognized a growing need for free tax preparation services for low-income taxpayers in the Washington, DC metropolitan area — a need especially great among taxpayers with limited education or English proficiency.

Phone: 202-547-7773
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Computer C.O.R.E.
Year Founded: 1999

To help low-income adults acquire the technological and life skills they need to pursue career aspirations.

5881 Leesburg Pike
Suite 204
Falls Church, VA 22041
Phone: 703-931-7346 x 101
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Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington
Year Founded: 2020

The Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington is working to ensure that all residents who need food assistance have access to available resources.

1015 N Quincy Street
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: 703-228-6321
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Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington
Year Founded: 2020

The Cooperative for a Hunger Free Arlington is working to ensure that all residents who need food assistance have access to available resources.

1015 N Quincy Street
7032286321
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: 7032286321
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Creative Cauldron
Year Founded: 2002

Guided by the belief that creativity is a fundamental need of the human spirit, Creative Cauldron is dedicated to providing affordable, enriching, and diverse experiences in the performing and visual arts to Northern Virginia and the greater Washington, DC and Maryland community. Creative Cauldron gives people of all ages, incomes and backgrounds opportunities to connect and grow through the arts with a broad array of art and artists, transformative programs in a collaborative atmosphere.

410 South Maple Avenue, Retail 116
Falls Church, VA 22046
Phone: 7034369948
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CRi - Choice. Respect. independence.
Year Founded: 1975

CRi is a non-profit organization providing quality services to help empower individuals with a wide range of disabilities to live as independently and with as high a quality of life as possible. Through our programs, our residents experience greater independence, dignity, fulfillment and happiness.

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