12-200 Green Mountain United Way Uniting organizations and individuals to solve complex problems and community issues by working together with a focus on Health, Education, Financial Stability and Community Caring.
12-201 Capstone Community Action, Inc. Help low-income Vermonters achieve economic sufficiency through Head Start, weatherization, emergency services (food, fuel, housing), business development, financial education, and job training.
12-203 Green Mountain Council, Boy Scouts of America, Inc. Prepares young people to make moral and ethical choices over their lifetime and provides opportunities for achievement, adventure and leadership skills.
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 Learning, career readiness skills, and high school completion.
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.
12-211 Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice Provides home health, hospice, long-term, and maternal-child health care to all central Vermonters at home regardless of a person's ability to pay.
12-212 Clara Martin Center (CMC) A community based non-profit organization that provides mental health and substance abuse counseling, emergency and rehabilitation services.
12-225 Central Vermont Council on Aging, Inc. (CVCOA) Supports older Vermonters to age with dignity and choice. Services include nutrition, care coordination, caregiver supports, helpline, and healthy aging wellness activities.
12-230 Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) Strives to inspire a love of reading and writing among low-income, at-risk and rural children up to age 12 throughout Vermont and New Hampshire.
12-240 Michael Zemanek Memorial Foundation, Inc. (MZMF) Provides financial support to widows/ers - half-orphaned children of Vermont law enforcement officers who have died; faced catastrophic situations; provides equipment to the Vermont police academy.
12-243 Washington County Youth Service Bureau and Boys and Girls Club Youth services include teen centers, drug/alcohol treatment, crises response, runaway and homelessness, transitional housing, and youth counseling.
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.
12-250 Mobius, Vermont's Mentoring Partnership Mobius provides resources and support to the 140+ youth mentoring programs in Vermont so they can succeed, grow, and meet the needs of their communities.
12-255 Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Inc. (NKHS) Provides 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.
12-263 Vermont Bar Foundation (VBF) Supports essential legal services for low-income Vermonters by distributing funds to law related programs providing legal services or education about the courts and legal matters.
12-266 Vermont Center for Independent Living 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.
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.
12-271 AWARE, Inc. Offers victim support services, prevention programs, education, and 24-hour emergency hotline assistance to address domestic and sexual violence in our community.
12-272 Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) Through research, education, and advocacy, VNRC protects and enhances Vermont's natural environments, vibrant communities, working landscapes, rural character and unique sense of place.
12-274 Project Independence Adult Day Program providing a safe environment for elderly & disabled folks with socialization, nutritious meals and health oversight which enables them to retain independence.
12-351 Family Center of Washington County Provides education and support services for children and families in our region. We work towards acceptance and hope for all families.
12-414 Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter, Inc. Shelters and cares for lost and unwanted dogs and cats, spaying, neutering and placing these pets into humane environments and promoting responsible pet ownership.
12-450 Circle, Inc. Provides a 24-hour toll free hotline, advocacy, support services and emergency shelter to victims of domestic violence.
12-510 Northeast Kingdom Learning Services, Inc. (NEKLS) NEKLS, a small educational nonprofit, offers services including support for infants, toddlers, and school-age children, as well as instruction for adults, both young and old.
12-520 Central Vermont New Directions (WCFE) This substance abuse prevention organization provides drug education to build healthy communities and decrease youth tobacco and marijuana use, underage drinking, and prescription drug addiction.
12-530 Safeline, Inc. Provides free and confidential services in Orange county for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse through direct service, education, advocacy and social change.
12-540 Southeastern Vermont Community Action, Inc. (SEVCA) Enables low-income Windham/Windsor County residents to resolve financial crises, cope with/reduce the hardships of poverty, and take significant steps toward self-sufficiency.
12-550 South Royalton Legal Clinic Provides free legal representation and assistance to low-income Vermonters, with special programs for children, veterans, immigrants, and domestic violence victims.
12-560 Vermont Works for Women (VWW) Assists women and girls to recognize their full potential and explore, pursue, and excel in work that leads to economic independence.
12-570 NorthWoods Stewardship Center (NWSC) An environmental education, research and conservation service organization serving the communities of northern Vermont and New Hampshire since 1989.
12-720 Washington Central Friends of Education, Inc. (WCFW): Girls/Boyz First Mentoring (GBF) 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.