Code 04-200 United Way of Northwest Vermont
Unite communities to solve complex problems, convening advocates, organizations and institutions to address community issues by working together. Our networks, partnerships and strategic initiatives improve lives.
Code 04-203 Alzheimer's Disease And Related Disorders Association, Inc. (Vermont Chapter)
The leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research; 24/7 Helpline, care consultations, support groups, education programs are provided free of charge.
Code 04-401 American Cancer Society, Inc.
We are dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives from cancer through research, education, advocacy and service.
Code 04-217 American Heart Association
Building healthier lives, free of heart disease and stroke through research, education, advocacy, and community programs to help New England residents live longer healthier lives.
Code 04-208 American Red Cross of NH/VT
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Code 04-218 Angel Flight of New England, Inc (Angel Flight NE)
AFNE arranges for free transportation for patients to access medical care that is not available to them locally or their inability to travel commercial airlines.
Code 04-210 CarePartners Adult Day Center, Inc.
Our adult day center, serving Franklin/Grand Isle Counties, provides a warm, safe place for adults with dementia and/or physical impairment to spend the day.
Code 04-209 Champlain Community Services, Inc.
CCS provides one to one support to people with intellectual disabilities and autism, emphasizing supported employment and career development for adults and transiting students.
Code 04-235 Champlain Housing Trust, Inc (CHT)
Serves Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties. Activities include homebuyer education, foreclosure prevention, permanently affordable homeownership, low-interest rehab loans, affordable rentals, and real estate development.
Code 04-376 Child Care Resource (CCR)
We are a non-profit human service organization that helps families and providers make child care connections, strengthens early learning opportunities, and creates solutions for communities.
Code 04-340 Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS)
The largest provider for the homeless in Vermont, COTS serves more than 2,600 adults and children annually through shelter, housing, homelessness prevention and support services.
Code 04-390 Community Health Center of Burlington
CHCB provides comprehensive health care to residents regardless of financial circumstances or ability to pay, improving health access and community health outcomes.
Code 04-202 Franklin County Home Health Agency, Inc (FCHHA)
A voluntary, non-profit, Medicare certified organization that provides home health, hospice and community long-term care services.
Code 04-302 Greater Burlington YMCA
Our mission is to build a strong community by involving youth, adults and families in programs and activities that develop spirit, mind and body.
Code 04-206 Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America
Prepare young people to make moral and ethical choices over their lifetime and provides opportunities for achievement, adventure and leadership skills.
Code 04-311 Howard Center, Inc.
Works to improve the lives of children, adults, families, and communities by providing mental health, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, and child/family treatment services.
Code 04-394 KidSafe Collaborative
KidSafe Collaborative engages agencies, individuals, agencies and organizations to work together to improve our community's response to child abuse and neglect.
Code 04-740 Lake Champlain Committee
Non-profit environmental organization working to protect Lake Champlain’s environmental integrity and recreational resources for this and future generations through science-based advocacy, education and collaborative action.
Code 04-240 Lake Champlain International
To protect, restore and revitalize Lake Champlain and its communities, LCI educates, advocates and motivates to ensure that Lake Champlain is swimmable, drinkable and fishable.
Code 04-205 Lund
Helps children thrive by empowering families to break cycles of poverty, addiction and abuse. LUND provides education, adoption treatment and family support.
Code 04-242 Michael Zemanek Memorial Foundation, Inc.
To provide financial support to Widow/ers and Half-Orphaned Children of Sworn Vermont Law enforcement officers, Which pose a significant financial hardship for their immediate family.
Code 04-250 Mobius, Vermont's Mentoring Partnership
Mobius provides the necessary resources and support to the over 140 youth mentoring programs in Vermont, helping them to succeed and grow.
Code 04-204 Northwestern Counseling & Support Services, Inc.
Serving Franklin and Grand Isle Counties providing intervention and support to children, adolescents and adults with emotional and behavioral problems, mental illness and developmental disabilities.
Code 04-254 Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
We provide affordable healthcare and education with a focus on serving low-income and uninsured women, men and young people in our communities.
Telephone: 800-287-8188 Extension 9704
Code 04-230 ReSOURCE: A Nonprofit Community Enterprise
ReSOURCE provides job-skill training and alleviates poverty by creating economic opportunities through the promotion of re-use in their stores preventing useful material from entering landfills.
Code 04-360 Special Olympics Vermont (SOVT)
SOVT is part of a year-round movement that fosters inclusion and acceptance of people with intellectual disabilities by using sports to showcase their abilities.
Code 04-259 Spectrum Youth & Family Services, Inc.
Spectrum helps homeless, at-risk and foster youth (ages 14-26) and families make and sustain positive changes in their lives through housing, counseling and supportive services.
Code 04-391 Spring Hill Horse Rescue
Rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes animals; specializing in re-feeding emaciated equines. Statewide Community Response Teams provide services to horse owners, including supplies, feed, education and care.
Code 04-426 The DREAM Program, Inc. (Directing through Recreation Education Adventure and Mentoring)
DREAM is a Village Mentoring program that partners college student mentors with children from low-income housing communities in long-term, supported relationships.
Code 04-228 The Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
The mission of VABVI is to enable Vermonters with vision problems, whether blindness or impairment , to achieve and maintain independence.
Code 04-263 Vermont Bar Foundation (VBF)
Supports access to justice by obtaining and distributing funds to programs providing legal services to the disadvantaged or educate the public about courts and legal matters.
Code 04-262 Vermont Family Network (VFN)
Vermont Family Network empowers and supports all Vermont families of children with special needs through family support, information and training and family leadership opportunities.
Code 04-268 Vermont Foodbank
As Vermont's largest hunger relief organization, we help to feed 153,000 Vermonters annually and provide food and nutrition programs in schools, hospitals and senior centers.
Code 04-264 Vermont Head Start Association
We help children from birth to age 5, access a dental home and preventive oral healthcare, which is part of school readiness.
Code 04-269 Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program USCRI
To protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or voluntary migration worldwide and support their transition to dignified life.
Code 04-430 Vermont Works for Women (VWW)
Helps women and girls recognize their potential and explore, pursue, and excel in work that leads to economic independence.
Telephone: 802-655-8900 Extension 121
Code 04-425 Visiting Nurse Association of Chittenden and Grand Isle Counties
The VNA cares for individuals and families through health and related services in homes and other community settings.
Code 04-260 Voices Against Violence/Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity (CVOEO)
Voices Against Violence works towards the elimination of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through direct service, education, systems change with Franklin, Grand Isle Counties.
Code 04-429 Women Helping Battered Women (WHBW)
Working to end domestic abuse and provide supportive services through a hotline, emergency and transitional housing, legal advocacy, children's services and community education and prevention.