Green Mountain United Way

Serving Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans and Washington Counties

Code 12-200     Green Mountain United Way
Make a positive impact by finding solutions to create lasting changes through education, income, health and basic needs in Central Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom.
Website: www.gmunitedway.org  
Telephone: 802-613-3989
Email: info@gmunitedway.org

Code 12-271     Aid to Women, Men, and Children in Abuse and Rape Emergencies, Inc. (AWARE)
Offers victim support services, prevention, education, and 24-hour emergency hotline assistance to address domestic and sexual violence in our community.
Website: www.awarevt.org   
Telephone: 802-472-6463
Email: aware@vtlink.net

Code 12-201     Capstone Community Action
Helps low-income Vermonters achieve economic sufficiency through Head Start, weatherization, emergency services (food, fuel, housing), business development, financial education, and job training.
Website: www.capstonevt.org   
Telephone: 802-479-1053
Email: dhoxworth@capstone.vt.org

Code 12-206     Central Vermont Adult Basic Education, Inc (CVABE)
Free adult education (ages 16+) in Washington/Orange/Lamoille Counties in reading, writing, math, and computer literacy, English language skills and high school completion.
Website: www.cvabe.org 
Telephone: 802-476-4588
Email: info@cvabe.org

Code 12-225     Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA)
CVCOA provides support and assistance to elders in leading healthy, independent, meaningful and dignified lives in their homes and communities in Central Vermont.
Website: www.cvcoa.org 
Telephone: 802-479-4236
Email: cvcoa@cvcoa.org

Code 12-211     Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice (CHHH)
Provides home health and hospice care, maternal-child health care, public foot and flu clinics, international traveler health and long term and private care services.
Website: www.cvhhh.org  
Telephone: 802-223-1878
Email: pconnor@cvhhh.org

Code 12-230     Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF)
CLiF's mission is to inspire a love of reading and writing among low-income, at-risk and rural children throughout Vermont and New Hampshire.
Website: www.clifonline.org  
Telephone: 802-244-0944
Email: clif@clifonline.org

Code 12-450     Circle, Inc.
Circle provides a 24-hour toll free hotline, advocacy, support services and emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence.
Website: www.circlevt.org  
Telephone: 877-543-9498
Email: vtbwss@sover.net

Code 12-212     Clara Martin Center Inc
A community based non-profit organization that provides mental health and substance abuse counseling, emergency and rehabilitative services . 
Website: www.claramartin.org
Telephone: 802-728-4466
Email: mgidney@claramartin.org

Code 12-520     Cross Vermont Trail Association
Imagine a network of community greenways.  Family friendly four season trails across Vermont, CVTA works with volunteers and youth groups helping make this vision real. 
Website: www.crossvermont.org
Telephone: 802-498-0079
Email: greg@crossvermont.org

Code 12-351     Family Center of Washington County
The Family Center's mission is "Building Resourceful Families and Healthy Children to create a Strong Community.
Website: www.fcwcvt.org
Telephone: 802-262-3292
Email: familycenter@fcwcvt.org

Code 12-530     Good Samaritan Haven, Inc.
Good Samaritan Haven is the only homeless shelter in central Vermont.  It provides shelter, basic needs and support services to people experiencing homelessness .
Website: www.goodsamaritanhaven.org
Telephone: 802-522-4493
Email: bjenkins@goodsamaritanhaven.org

Code 12-752     Green Mountain Club, Inc. (GMC)
GMC manages and protects the 500-mile Long Trail hiking system, publishes guidebooks and maps, and educates the public about low-impact use of backcountry resources.
Website: www.GreenMountainClub.org   
Telephone: 802-244-7037
Email: gmc@greenmountainclub.org

Code 12-203     Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America
Prepares young people to make moral and ethical choices over their lifetime and provides opportunities for achievement, adventure and leadership skills.
Website: www.scoutingvermont.org 
Telephone: 802-244-5189
Email: info@scoutingvermont.org

Code 12-210     Home Share Now Inc
Facilitating home shares in Central Vermont where services are exchanged for housing, providing affordable housing options while allowing older adults to age safely at home.
Website: www.homesharenow.org   
Telephone: 802-479-8549
Email: cgoodwin@homesharenow.org

Code 12-240     Michael Zemanek Memorial Foundation, Inc
Provides 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.
Website: www.mzmf.org   
Telephone: 802-223-5388
Email: mzmf2014@gmail.com

Code 12-250     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.   
Website: www.mobiusmentors.org   
Telephone: 802-658-1888
Email: info@mobiusmentors.org

Code 12-255     Northeast Kingdom Human Services
Client centered, trauma informed comprehensive home, community and office-based services addressing intellectual/developmental disabilities, adult mental health and addiction challenges and children and family stressors.
Website: www.nkhs.org  
Telephone: 802-334-6744
Email: info@nkhs.net

Code 12-414     Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Society of Vermont, Inc.  
Dedicated to improving the welfare of unwanted or homeless pets through sheltering, caring for, spaying and neutering and placing into humane environments.
Website: www.frontieranimalsociety.com 
Telephone: 802-754-2228
Email: animals@fasv.comcastbiz.net

Code 12-274     Project Independence
Adult Day Service providing a safe environment for elderly & disabled folks with nutritious meals, health services and socialization which enables them to remain at home.
Website: www.pibarre.org  
Telephone: 802-476-3630
Email: scrane@giffordhealthcare.org

Code 12- 253     The Umbrella of St Johnsbury, Inc.
Supports victims of domestic and sexual violence, offers childcare resource and referral services, operates supervised visitation centers, and provides job training for women in transition.
Website: www.umbrellanek.org  
Telephone: 802-748-1992
Email: info@umbrellanek.org

Code 12-270     The Veterans' Place Inc
The Veterans' Place is a community-based 501c3 non-profit transitional housing program located in central Vermont, dedicated to reducing the Vermont Veterans homeless population .
Website: www.vermontveteransplace.org
Telephone: 802-485-8874
Email: Karenmhb@trans-video.net

Code 12-263     Vermont Bar Foundation (VBF)   
Supports access to justice by obtaining and distributing funds to programs providing legal services to disadvantaged or educate the public about courts and legal matters.
Website: www.vtbarfoundation.org 
Telephone: 802-223-1400
Email: dbailey@vtbarfoundation.org

Code 12-266     Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL)
A disability rights organization comprised of people with disabilities working with other Vermonters with disabilities to advocate for their civil rights, independence, and self-determination.
Website: www.vcil.org 
Telephone: 802-229-0501  
Email: mgrubb@vcil.org  

Code 12-280     Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA)
A national center for education in the arts, fostering the excellence of emerging and established artists and advancing the arts to create a more humane world.
Website: www.vcfa.edu   
Telephone: 802-828-8600
Email: development@vcfa.edu

Code 12-268     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.
Website: www.vtfoodbank.org 
Telephone: 802-476-3341   
Email: info@vtfoodbank.org

Code 12-264     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.
Website: www.vermontheadstart.org   
Telephone: 802-651-4180
Email: pbehrman@cvoeo.org  

Code 12-272     Vermont Natural Resources Council Inc
The Vermont Natural Resources Council is a nonprofit environmental organization founded in 1963 to protect Vermont's natural resources and environment through research, education and advocacy.
Website: www.vnrc.org
Telephone: 802-223-2328
Email: info@vnrc.org

Code 12-720     Washington Central Friends of Education, Inc. Girls/Boyz First Mentoring
Provides mentees with high quality, long-term mentoring relationships that inspire, support and enable them to realize their full potential and prepare for successful futures.
Website: www.girlsboyzfirst.org
Telephone: 802-224-6500
Email: dwolf@u32.org

Code 12-243     Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys & Girls Club (WCYSB)
Washington County Youth Service Bureau/Boys & Girls Club:  Youth services include teen centers, drug/alcohol treatment, crisis response, runaway and homelessness, transitional housing, youth counseling.
Website: www.wcysb.org 
Telephone: 802-229-9151
Email: wcysb@wcysb.org

Code 12-244     Windsor County Partners (WCP)
Creates and supports long-term mentoring partnerships between caring adults and local youth aged 7 to 18 to help build healthy communities.
Website: www.wcpartners.org   
Telephone: 802-647-5101
Email: WindsorCM@outlook.com